If you’re a Gmail as well as a Google Voice user, you’ll be glad to know that Google has implemented Google Voice into its Gmail services. If you receive an email with a phone number in the text, it will be turned into a link. You can simply give it a click and Google Voice’s dialpad will pop up, with the number already entered in for you. Just hit “Call” and you’ll be connected to the person you’re trying to reach. Not a groundbreaking feature by any means, but now users have one step less when making phone calls from an email in Gmail. In addition to the click from text to call feature, contacts that have a green phone icon in your contact list can be easily reached in the same way with just one click. Head here for more information.
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