Call Forwarding

Never Miss A Call With VoIP Call Forwarding / Call Diversion

Improve your business telephony, upgrade your call management, and never miss any important calls with KrispCall’s Call Forwarding Feature. It helps you enhance your employee productivity and improve customer satisfaction with a hassle-free call diversion.

Never Miss A Call With VoIP Call Forwarding Call Diversion

How to Set Up Call Forwarding in KrispCall?

Launch your KrispCall app and sign in to your account, you will land on your dashboard. Click on your desired number and go to number settings. Scroll down until you find the incoming call strategy and click on call forwarding. Insert your desired number to which you want your calls to get forwarded.

  1. Log into your KrispCall account.
  2. Tap on your desired number on which you want to set up call forwarding.
  3. Click on (Three dots / Ellipsis icon) > Number Settings
  4. Scroll down until you find the Incoming call strategy
  5. Click on Forward Calls > Enter your desired number and its country code
  6. After that, call forwarding will be activated.
What is VoIP call forwarding

What is VoIP call forwarding?

VoIP call forwarding aka Voice over Internet Protocol call forwarding is a calling feature that allows users to forward any incoming calls to another phone number (local/landline, mobile, toll-free, VoIP, or virtual number).

VoIP call forwarding is essential to all kinds of businesses as it helps them provide better and more efficient call management, improve their brand reputation, and provide continuity to business telephony. Businesses don’t have to worry about missing any important calls from their clients.

How does VoIP call forwarding work?

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) call forwarding works by routing calls over the internet and redirecting incoming calls to another phone number, the numbers can be mobile, landline, or another VoIP number. Once the desired call has been initiated, it routes towards its destination number and if the destination number is set to forward to another number under certain conditions or none, the call gets redirected to a new destination or another number.

VoIP call forwarding is very efficient and flexible as it allows employees to answer calls even if they are not at their desks working on their VoIP phones.

How does VoIP call forwarding work

Conditional Vs Unconditional Call Forwarding: The Differences

Conditional Call ForwardingUnconditional Call Forwarding
Forwards calls only under certain conditionsForwards calls regardless of conditions
User-defined conditions like busy, unanswered, and unreachable can be appliedNo conditions are required
Can be useful when you want to focus on an important task and still want the call to be answeredCan be useful when you want to ensure all calls are answered or handled even if you are unavailable

What Are the Benefits of VoIP Call Forwarding?

Benefits of VoIP Call Forwarding
Flexibility
VoIP call forwarding is the most flexible feature as it is not device-dependent, and can be done both conditional and unconditionally.
Convenience
VoIP call forwarding is very easy to set up and can be easily configured. Users can be notified in real-time about forwarded calls.
Improved Customer Service
Since the calls are forwarded to other numbers in case of unavailability, it ensures that the calls are never missed, which ultimately helps to improve customer service.
Improved Call Management
It helps in managing calls as employees can prioritize urgent calls and distribute calls based on the availability and expertise of the agents.

Setting Up Call Diversion On A Business Phone: Best Practices

Call diversion on a business is important to handle business calls as it can significantly improve customer service and improve employee productivity. Call diversion best practices are:

Identify Call Diversion Objectives: Identify each call and divert them to their respective department and ensure all calls are handled promptly during off hours.
Setup call forwarding rules: Set up appropriate call forwarding rules and utilize conditional forwarding based on specific conditions such as availability, busy signals, and out-of-office status.