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Answers to frequently asked questions about the Teams calling service within Microsoft Teams.
How do I manage my contacts and speed dial contacts using Microsoft Teams? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
This article is intended to provide an overview of the different settings that impact when you are notified of incoming calls in Microsoft Teams. Quiet time, syncing with Outlook, setting up a secondary ringer, adjusting notifications during meetings, and call forwarding are all addressed here.
How do I manage quiet hours in Microsoft Teams? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
This article is intended to guide Teams calling users through the process of setting up their voicemail for within Microsoft Teams.
This article is intended to guide Teams calling users through the process of forwarding calls to another extension, an outside phone line (like a personal phone), or to voicemail.
This article is intended to provide steps to adjusting notification settings in Microsoft Teams while you are in a Teams call or meeting.
This article is designed to guide Teams users through the process of scheduling out of office notifications within Microsoft Teams.
This article will guide you through how to enable location settings or services for Microsoft Teams based on your device or computer's operating system.
How do I use the dial pad in Teams calling? How do I make multiparty calls? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
How do I participate in a call queue? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
How do I assign someone to be my call delegate and what settings do I have as a delegate? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
How do I configure my voicemail greeting in Teams calling? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
A quick reference guide on how to place a call on hold, how to transfer, and how to consult then transfer. (This article includes a quick reference guide.)
How do I set how calls interact with my Teams experience? Can I make call groups? (This article includes a quick reference guide.)