Grandstream GXP1615: How to Place a Call Using Call History
Time is very valuable thing to all of us. We are constantly looking for ways to save it, and when it comes to work, anything that saves you time is worth doing!
One thing we all know is that having a VoIP phone at desk increases productivity and makes your life easier. Some VoIP phones are so feature rich, that we sometimes overlook some of the simple things that can speed up even the smallest of tasks.
There is one shortcut that most VoIP phones have that I think is worth mentioning, and that is utilizing the Call History feature on your phone to place calls. This can save you time looking up phone numbers, or even having to dial numbers. Especially when it is a consistent phone number that you are calling. I’m sure there are several scenarios that we can think of where this might come in handy, and I’m sure a lot of you already use this feature on your cell phone.
For the sake of this blog post, I will use the Grandstream GXP1615 as an example of how to access, and use your Call History.
Accessing your call history is simple. All you have to do is first press the Menu button in order to bring up the Main Menu. Second, select Call History from the menu screen. After doing this you will notice that the phone will pull up a log off all recent calls that you have made. You are able to navigate this list by using the Up and Down Arrow buttons on the front of the phone.
Once you are in your Call History, all you have to do is navigate to the number you wish to dial, and hit Send! After that, you will be on your way to making a call without scouring your phonebook, or having to dial!