With this tip next time when you catch yourself stumbling through a message, you also might do this.
Let’s go to a situation that is familiar to most of you. You’re leaving a voice mail, when suddenly, an awkward utterance slips, leaving you stumbling through the rest of your dialogue. You clumsily say goodbye. Hang up.Facepalm. This is a reality
This situation isn’t uncommon considering the modern-day text-to-phone call ratio,. We’re so accustomed to crafting perfectly composed text messages and e-mails, that our phone skills are diminishing.This is also a reality.
But despite the upsetting trend, voice mails are here to stay. Whether you’re calling up your boss or wishing someone a happy birthday, a phone call is the way to go.So in this case we need them.
So the next time you’re leaving a voice mail, and you catch yourself stumbling, Stop and rerecord the message.
Here’s the deal: When you know which carrier the recipient uses, as each carrier uses a different shortcut for rerecording. It is a nice trick. However, You can usually just tap star (*) or pound (#) and one of those will work if you’re unsure .
For your reference,
Based on the recipient’s carrier to rerecord a voice mail you should do this:
If the recipient has…
- Verizon: tap *
- AT&T: tap *
- Sprint: tap * or # then 3
- T-Mobile: tap # then 3