Send all calls to voicemail
You can send all calls to your Google Voice number directly to voicemail. You can turn off this setting at any time, or set up a time for it to turn off automatically.
Note: This setting won't forward texts sent to your Google Voice number.
Using a computer
- On your computer, open Google Voice.
- At the top left, click Menu Legacy Google Voice. Google Voice will look different, but you're in the right place.
- At the top right, click Settings Settings.
- Click the "Calls" tab.
- In the "Do Not Disturb" section, check the box next to "Enable 'Do Not Disturb.'"
- Optional: To stop sending calls to voicemail after a certain time, check the box next to "Ends in." Choose an amount of time.
- Changes will save automatically.
Using a phone
- On a phone, call your Google Voice number.
- During the greeting, tap Star (*).
- Enter your PIN, and tap Pound (#).
- Open the settings by tapping 4.
- Open the temporary settings by tapping 4.
- To turn Do Not Disturb on or off, tap 1. If it's on, calls will go to voicemail.
- Confirm by tapping 1.
- Hang up.
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