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Business Features

These features are common across the group of users using One Talk in their businesses and are configured and managed using the One Talk portal.

Features Description How To
Account Codes Codes that allow you to associate individual calls with a specific code for tracking purposes. The system administrator can later view the calls placed using each code.

Account Codes can be enabled and configured via Business Features in the One Talk portal, as shown in the How To column.

Account Code usage can be tracked from mobile device calls.
Steps to Access: One Talk > Portal > Features > Account Code

How to Utilize Account Codes: Account Codes
Automated Receptionist The Automated Receptionist answers incoming calls to your business and allows the caller to select which department or person they wish to speak with.

Incoming callers are presented with a greeting and options to choose from (press 1 for sales, etc.) and then routed to the selection they make. Different options can be made available depending on the schedule (Business Hours, After Hours and Holiday) using the One Talk portal.

Both One Talk and non-One Talk phone numbers can be utilized in the Automated Receptionist setup.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Manage Automated Receptionist (Overview)

How To: View/Manage Auto Receptionist
How To: Purchase Auto Receptionist
How To Video: Setting up Automated Receptionist on One Talk

Custom Audio File requirements

WAV file format:
  • CCITT, u-law or a-law codec
  • 8kHz (sampling rate/frequency)
  • 8-bit mono
  • 2 MB or less total file size
Calling Line ID Delivery Caller Line ID Delivery allows one phone number (10 digits) to display for outbound calls from all One Talk phone numbers in the group. Every outbound call made displays the same 10-digit phone number.

Calling Line ID Delivery can be enabled and configured via Business Features in the One Talk portal, as show in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Features > Calling Line ID Delivery

How To Video: Setting Calling Line ID on One Talk
Custom Ringback Upload custom audio file that gets played (i.e., music or an advertisement) when callers dial a One Talk business line. This replaces the standard ringtone for One Talk phone numbers in the group.

Custom Ringback is a Group Business Feature that is enabled and configured via Business Features in the One Talk portal, as shown in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Features > Custom Ringback
Group Forwarding Forwards calls from multiple lines of the business to the same number - most commonly used for after-hours call coverage and business continuity (e.g., weather events, office closures, etc.).

Can be used to route calls to specific mobile employees.
How To: Group Forwarding on One Talk
Hunt Group Set and apply rules for passing incoming calls to the first available line in the pre-defined group of One Talk users / lines. All phone numbers must have One Talk service to be configured in the Hunt Group. A Hunt Group is configured via the One Talk portal, as shown in the How To column.

Current Hunt Group timeout settings (before call is forwarded) are 30, 45, 60, 75 and 90 seconds.

Variations:
  • Simultaneous - The incoming call alerts all idle users in the group. The call is connected to the first user to answer the call.
  • Circular - Incoming calls to the group start hunting with the user following the last user to receive a call. When the end of the list is reached, the hunting circles back to the first user on the list. The hunting ends when an idle user is found or all users have been visited.
  • Regular - Incoming calls to the group start hunting on the first user on the list and hunt all the provisioned users sequentially, until an idle user is found or the end of the list is reached.
  • Uniform - Incoming calls to the group are presented to the user who has been idle the longest.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Manage Automated Receptionist (Overview)

How To: View/Manage Hunt Group
How To: Purchase Hunt Group - One Talk Portal
How To Video: Setting up a Hunt Group on One Talk
Music on Hold A Group Business feature that plays a custom or default music when a caller is placed on hold or parked.

Music on Hold can be enabled and configured via the One Talk portal, as shown in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Features > Music on Hold

Enable / Disable Hold Music - One Talk Portal
Remote Group Pickup Ensures calls are answered by allowing you to remotely pick up someone else's ringing line in the group from your phone.

Remote Group Pickup can be enabled and configured via Business features in the One Talk portal, as shown in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Features > Remote Group Pickup

Calls to an employee's mobile device can be answered by a user in the prescribed group located in the office by dialing **97 + extension.

How to Video: Configuring Remote Group Pickup on One Talk
Schedule Allows the company to set office hours of operation and holidays. These scheduled hours can be used for call-management features at the user and group level.

Applies to all mobile users. Can be used to systematically redirect after-hour calls to an answering service or voicemail, or to an employee in an appropriate time zone.

A Schedule can be enabled and configured via Business Features in the One Talk portal, as shown in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Features > Schedule

How to Video: How to Setup a Schedule
How to Create New Schedule: Create New Schedule
How to View/Update Schedule: View/Update Schedule
Virtual On-Net Extensions Allows the business to create short codes or extensions for dialing external numbers (e.g., 800 numbers and PBX Direct Inward Dialed numbers) that can be dialed as an extension from One Talk devices.

Virtual On-Net Extensions can be enabled and configured via Business Features in the One Talk portal, as show in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Features > Virtual On-Net Extensions

How to: Create Virtual On-Net Extensions

User Features

These user features are offered and managed at the individual user level for each One Talk phone number. Users can access all the features through the One Talk portal if access is granted by the administrator. Some features are available on the desk phone or mobile app:

Features Description How To
6-Way Conference Expand a voice call to include up to 6 participants without dialing in a conference bridge. Feature is utilized during an active call and can be performed using the mobile app or desk phone.

How To: Merging Multiple Calls
Anonymous Call Rejection Your business will not receive calls unless there is a Caller ID number from the caller.

Anonymous Call Rejection is enabled and configured in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number's User Features, as show in the How To column.
The feature can also be enabled or disabled, using the One Talk mobile app

Portal: One Talk Portal > Lines&Devices > Select Phone Number (User Features)
Mobile App: Menu > Features&Settings > Call Features>Anonymous Call Rejection
Automatic Callback Automatically redial a busy number until it is available.

Automatic Callback is enabled in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number's User Features, as show in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Lines&Devices > Select Phone Number (User Features)
Bridge Line The Bridged Line feature allows you to set up your phone as an admin so you can monitor, answer or place calls coming to another person who has shared the line of his / her desktop phone.

Commonly used for receptionists or business associates to cover incoming calls for each other.
  • A user's mobile phone with the One Talk dialer or One Talk app can also be bridged to a desk phone, enabling the lines of mobile-only users to be monitored.
  • A desk phone user is able to bridge their desk phone to 11 other lines (MTNs) in the business, enabling 3 functions:
    • Monitor the on / off hook state of the bridged lines (the line is not In-use, Busy or on Hold).
    • Receive / place calls on behalf of the bridged lines.
    • Barge in to a conversation to communicate with the participants of an active conversation (Barge-in Exempt can be turned on if needed for security purposes).
  • Only the T41P, T46G/GW and T49G can be used as the bridging source.
  • The T41 allows a bridge of up to 5 other One Talk lines (regardless of the device type).
  • The T46 and T49 allow you to bridge up to 11 other One Talk lines (regardless of the device type).
Feature is configured via the One Talk portal and requires a T41P, T46G/GW or T49G desk phone model.

Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Lines&Devices > Select Phone Number (Bridge)

How To: Set up Bridging - One Talk Portal
How To Video: Using the Bridged Line Feature on One Talk
Busy Lamp Field
Busy Lamp Field (BLF) allows One Talk desk phone users to monitor status and answer up to 50 One Talk lines from a single desk phone.

For use on the One Talk T46G / T46GW and T49G desk phone models.

BLF can be used on a desk phone with a bridged line. Bridging allows you to make outbound calls from the bridged line. Busy Lamp Field only allows you to answer a monitored line when an incoming call is received. You can't initiate a call on a monitored line using BLF.
To utilize the Busy Lamp Field feature, the customer must have compatible desk phones and access the One Talk portal. Check out the release notes for more details.

Busy Lamp Field Guide (PDF*)
Call Barge
  • A user can barge in to an ongoing call on a bridged line, allowing them to participate in the call.
  • Commonly used by an administrative assistant that is monitoring the line of an executive.
The assistant can press the bridged line button for an active call to barge in to the call.

Call Barge is also presented to a user when line sharing between their multiple devices, allowing the user to enter an active call from one of their other devices. If on an active call on their desk phone, the user can press the bubble for that call on their smartphone and join that call.
 
Call Forwarding Keep your business in touch with callers by automatically forwarding incoming calls to the best available resource. Available options include: Always, Busy, No Answer and Select.

Call Forwarding Always - Forwards all calls to your phone number to another destination.
Call Forward Busy - Forwards calls to another destination when your phone number is busy.
Call Forward No Answer - Forwards calls to another destination when you don't answer the phone after 5 or more rings.
Call Forward Selective - Forwards select calls based on predefined criteria, including specific phone numbers that might call you, and schedules are defined for the service to be active.
Call Forwarding can be configured and enabled via the One Talk mobile app, desk phone or One Talk portal, using the following steps:

Mobile app: Menu > Call Forwarding
Mobile App: Menu > Features&Settings > Call Forwarding>CF Always, CF Busy, CF No Answer
Desk phone: Menu > Features > Call Forward
One Talk portal: Line & Devices > Select Phone Number (User Features)

How To Video: Call Forwarding One Talk Portal
Call Hold A user can temporarily suspend an active call before rejoining on the same device or another associated with the same number. The Call Hold feature is used when moving a phone call from one device to another that uses the same One Talk phone. Call Hold is available during an active call when using the One Talk mobile app, desk phone and iPhone configured with One Talk service.
Call Move During an active phone call, calls can be moved between devices, so there is no disruption in calls as the employee changes locations.

Example: A phone call is answered on a desk phone, the call is placed on hold and retrieved from the One Talk mobile app or vice versa.
How to Video: Move a Call
Call Park & Retrieve A form of call hold that allows you to assign or "park" an active call to another member's extension or 10-digit telephone number for retrieval within the same group.

The call can also be retrieved by the person who parked the call. Parking against your own extension is just like placing a call on hold, but with a ringback reminder. If Music on Hold is enabled, callers will hear music.
Call Park & Retrieve is primarily used on desk phones.

How To: Park/Retrieve Call - Desk Phone - One Talk
How To: Park/Retrieve Call - Mobile App/Basic Dialer - One Talk
Call Transfer Allows you to send (transfer) an active phone call to another phone number. While on a call, tap the Transfer button and dial the number or select the appropriate contact to whom you want to transfer the call. Calls can be transferred to One Talk and non-One Talk numbers.

One Talk offers 2 types of Call Transfer including:

Direct Transfer - Connects the call on hold with the new recipient automatically.

Consultative Transfer - Places the first call on hold while you connect with the new party. This allows you to prepare the recipient for the call you are transferring.
Call Transfer is available for use during an active call on the One Talk mobile app and desk phones.

How To Video: Transfer call using One Talk Mobile App
How To: Consultative Transfer Call - One Talk
How To: Transfer Call - One Talk
Call Waiting Alerts you and allows you to take a second call while you are on the phone with someone.  
Caller ID Blocking Prevents your number from being sent on outgoing caller ID.

Caller ID Blocking is enabled in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number User Features using the path in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Lines&Devices > Select Phone Number (User Features)

How To: One Talk User Portal Guide (PDF*)
Calling Plan You can require authorization codes for dialing outside of the One Talk business group; that could include calls to Local /Long Distance and / or international numbers.

The Calling Plan feature is enabled in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number User Features, as shown in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal > Lines&Devices > Select Phone Number (Calling Plan)
Do Not Disturb Do Not Disturb (DND) is enabled on a per-device basis and available in the One Talk mobile app and desk phones. When enabled, that specific device will not ring when receiving an incoming call.

If multiple devices share the same phone number, the other devices will ring.

If Do Not Disturb is enabled on a device with no other devices sharing that phone number, calls will go to voice mail.
Steps to Enable:

One Talk Mobile App: Select Menu > Do Not Disturb
Desk Phone: Select the DND button
How To: Turn DND on/off Desk Phone One Talk
Extension Dialing Allows One Talk users to call another One Talk user using a predefined 2- to 6-digit extension in place of the full 10-digit phone number. The 2- to 6-digit extension is configured in the One Talk portal. How To: Update Extension Number - One Talk Portal
Intercom Allows One Talk users within the same company to call each other by using the last 4-6 digits of the number and having the call auto answered on a speaker phone.
  • Intercom is available as a desk-phone-only feature.
  • Requires the feature to be activated by the end user on each desk phone.
How To: Enable/Disable Intercom Desk Phone One Talk
How To: Setup Intercom Key Desk Phone
How To: Use Intercom Key Desk Phone One Talk
Internal Calling ID The Calling ID Name field is configured via the One Talk portal and only displays the name entered when calling between One Talk phone numbers in the account. The Caller ID information is updated in the Lines & Devices page of the One Talk portal. Steps to Access: One Talk Portal>Lines&Devices>Select Phone Number Edit User Information

How to Video: Managing One Talk User Information
Line Sharing Allows the use of a phone line (MTN) on up to 8 devices per user in the following combination: 1 smartphone, up to 2 desk phones and up to 5 One Talk mobile apps.

All devices sharing the line are able to place / receive phone calls, but are limited to 3 simultaneous calls among all of the devices (see the Shared Call Appearance Feature).
 
One Talk Basic Voicemail Available for One Talk desk phones and mobile app.
  • Free - no monthly recurring charges
  • Up to:
    • 20-message storage capacity
    • 3-minute message duration
    • 15 distribution lists
  • Distribution to up to 10 members
  • Call return
Note: Basic voicemail does not include: Save Voicemails to Device, Caller Dependent Greetings, Reply by SMS / MMS and E-Mail, Forward by SMS / MMS and E-mail, Fax Support, Voicemail to Text, Compose, Reply, Forward by Voicemail or Voicemail box Setup via Device
For more information about basic voicemail, see Voicemail Comparison.

How To: Voicemail Setup - Desk Phone
How To: Retrieving Voicemail on One Talk Desk Phone
How To Video: Retrieving Voicemail on One Talk Mobile App
One Talk Visual Voicemail Available for specific Android smartphones and Apple iPhone devices with One Talk service added. See eligible device compatibility.
  • Free - no monthly recurring charges
  • Up to:
    • 20-message storage capacity on Android
    • 40-message storage capacity on iOS
    • 3-minute message duration
    • 15 distribution lists on Android; N/A on iOS
  • Distribution to up to 10 members on Android; N/A on iOS
  • Call return
Note: One Talk Visual Voicemail is only available to devices with One Talk service present on a compatible device. One Talk Visual Voicemail or One Talk Premium Visual Voicemail / One Talk Voicemail to Text SFOs must be used.
 
One Talk Premium Visual Voicemail Available for specific Android smart phone devices with One Talk service added. See eligible devices for compatibility.
  • $2.99 monthly recurring subscription charge
  • Up to:
    • 40-message storage capacity
    • 5-minute message duration
    • 20 distribution lists on Android; N/A on iOS
  • Distribution to up to 50 members on Android; N/A on iOS
  • Call return
 
One Talk Voicemail to Text Available for specific Apple iPhone devices with One Talk service added. See eligible device compatibility.
  • $2.99 monthly recurring subscription charge
  • Up to:
    • 40-message storage capacity
    • 3-minute message duration on iOS
  • Call return
 
Pre-Alerting Announcement Play an audio file of your choice while the caller waits to be connected when your number is called.

Pre-Alerting Announcement is enabled in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number User Features using the path in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal: Lines & Devices>Select Phone Number (User Features)

How To: One Talk User Portal Guide (PDF*)
Remote Call Pickup with Barge In Allows other members of your business to remotely pick up your line while it is ringing or join your call in progress with or without a warning tone.

Remote Call Pickup with Barge In can be disabled in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number User Features using the path in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal: Lines & Devices > Select Phone Number (User Features)

How To Video : Configuring Remote Group Pick up with One Talk
Selective Call Acceptance / Rejection Allows members to accept specific calls based on conditions the user defines. Accepts or rejects incoming calls based on pre-defined conditions.

Selective Call Acceptance / Rejection can be enabled and configured in the One Talk portal. The individual One Talk phone number User Features using the path in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal: Lines & Devices>Select Phone Number (User Features)

How To: One Talk User Portal Guide (PDF*)
Simultaneous Ring Service Allows members to have more than one phone number ring when someone calls your number. Configure up to 10 phone numbers to ring when someone calls your number. Numbers can include One Talk and non-One Talk phone numbers.

Simultaneous Ring can be enabled and configured in the One Talk portal by managing the individual One Talk phone number User Features using the path in the How To column.
Steps to Access: One Talk Portal: Lines & Devices>Select Phone Number (User Features)

How To: One Talk User Portal Guide (PDF*)
Text Messaging Mobile devices associated with smartphones, One Talk Dialer or One Talk mobile app can send and receive text messages. How To: One Talk for Android - Quick Guide (PDF*)
How To: One Talk for iOS - Quick Guide (PDF*)
Video Calling Telephone numbers associated with video capability can receive and send video in a 2-party call.

Compatible with the T49G desk phone, One Talk mobile app to any Video Calling-enabled Android smartphone or tablet. Video Calling is not compatible with FaceTime on iOS devices.
How To: Adding Video to a Voice Call
How To: Making a Video Call on One Talk
How To: One Talk for Android - Quick Guide (PDF*)
How To: One Talk for iOS - Quick Guide (PDF*)

*To view the PDF file, you may need to download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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