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Your smartphone’s voicemail box might be another place to hear words from a loved one. Don’t bet on your phone to save it for you indefinitely. Here’s how to keep a copy for good:
Saving voicemails on an iPhone
Apple makes it easy to save and share voicemails. This is excellent for business or personal use. Just be careful you’re sharing what you want to.
To save or share a voicemail on an iPhone:
• Go to the Phone app and tap Voicemail in the bottom right.
• Tap on the voicemail you want to save, then tap the share button. It looks like a box with an arrow pointing out of it.
• You can now share this voicemail via AirDrop, Messages, Mail, Notes, or Voice Memo.
• To save the voicemail on your phone, select Notes or Voice Memo. You can access the saved message again in either app and play it back at your leisure. Both apps automatically back up the file to iCloud if you have iCloud enabled.
• To save the voicemail to your computer, select AirDrop, then tap on your computer’s name. Be sure both devices are connected to the same network. On your computer, accept the AirDrop, and save the message wherever you want.
• To send the voicemail to another person, select a contact in Messages or Mail, or share via AirDrop with someone nearby.
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