What Is Voice Messaging?

 

Voice messaging is a form of instant communication technology that uses the sender's voice to deliver a message. It serves as an alternate form of communication for emails, voice calls, or text messaging. The voice messages are saved in the chat mailbox thread, allowing the receiver to listen to it multiple times. 

 

How To Use Voice Messaging

 

The sender will record a message with instructions or information. This voice messaged is then received over VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). The receiver plays the note when they wish to listen to it, either through their device or with earphones.

 

Benefits & Advantages of Voice Messaging

 

The ability to send a voice message allows for a more emotive communication method. With text messages and emails, the tone is difficult to gauge. The sender can talk through a specific problem and explain it in a way that is easier to describe by talking it through. With a voice message, the receiver can listen at a convenient time, rather than having to answer a phone call. 

Another advantage of voice messaging is that the sender can record a message while they are doing something else. Similarly, the listener can play a message when they are walking to their car, fetching coffee, or constructing a to-do list. Voice messaging allows for multitasking and productivity. 

 

Use Cases for Voice Messaging


Your business can use voice messaging in multiple ways. Use it to send a broadcast message to your team, to roll out last-minute instructions, or as friendly encouragement for your organization. 
 
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