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By default, Talkdesk accounts enable callers to leave voicemails.

Callers will hear the following default voicemail message whenever the call is sent to voicemail: "Please leave a message after the beep". Afterward, a message with a maximum duration of 10 minutes can be recorded.

 

As an Administrator, you can customize this voicemail message and edit other voicemail settings by following these instructions:

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1. Log in to your Talkdesk account as an Administrator (Talkdesk classic) and click on Admin [1].

2. Click Preferences [2].

3. Scroll to "Voicemail Settings" [3].

 4. Adjust the settings in the "Enabled" subsection according to your business needs:

5. Enable or disable Voicemail Transcriptions.

6. Adjust the “Maximum Length” of each voicemail. 

7. Click Save [4].

 

You can also send email notifications to the recipients of your choice when a voicemail is received.

These account-wide settings can be overwritten for specific phone numbers.

 

Permission to Access Voicemail Recordings

Once voicemails are enabled, by default all Roles can listen to all voicemail recordings in the “Voicemails and Reporting” sections. To edit a Role’s permission to access the Voicemail section and to listen to voicemail recordings, please follow these instructions:

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1. Log in to your Talkdesk account as an Administrator and select the Admin [1] section.

2. Click Roles and Permissions [2].

3. Click on the relevant role [3].

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4. Select the Permissions tab [4] and then click Edit [5].

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5. Scroll down to the "Voicemails" section.

6. Click on the card to expand it and select the type of permission that you would like to grant to the role: View, Assign, or Listen to Recording [6].

7. Configure the level of access to the “Voicemails” section in the “Select scope” drop-down [7]:

  • Select All if you want the Role to have access to all voicemails in the account.
  • Alternatively, select Ring Group or Agent to allow access to only the voicemails handled by the Role’s ring groups or by the agent, respectively. 

Note: Make sure that the Listen to Recording option is selected to allow the Role to listen to the voicemail recordings within the scope defined in step 6.

8. Click Save.

Note: Any Role that has permission to play voicemail recordings in the Voicemails section can also do it in the Calls Dashboard and the Calls Report in Explore, if they have permission to access those areas.

 

Permission to Download Voicemails

Once voicemails are enabled, by default, all Roles can not download voicemail recordings in the “Voicemails and Reporting” sections. To edit a Role’s permission to access the Voicemail section and to download voicemail recordings, please follow these instructions:

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1. Log in to your Talkdesk account as an Administrator.

2. Select the Admin section [1].

3. Click on Roles and Permissions[2].

4. Select the relevant role [3] and once within the role’s page, click “Permissions”, followed by “Edit”.

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5. Scroll down to  “Voicemails” [4].

6. Select Download Recording [5] to allow the Role to listen to voicemail recordings.

7. In the “Select scope” drop-down [6], define the level of access to the voicemail recordings:

  • Select All if you want the Role to have access to download all voicemail recordings in the account.
  • Alternatively, select Ring Group or Agent to allow the download of only the recordings of the voicemail handled by the role’s ring groups or only the recordings of the voicemail handled by the agent, respectively. The play button is displayed for voicemail recording, but only if the user has permission to download them.

8. When finished, click Save to apply these settings.

 

Retention of Voicemail Recordings

By default, voicemail recordings are deleted after 6 months. Please read the article Call and Voicemail Recording Retention Policy to learn how to configure their retention policy. 

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