Rambl Support > Mobile Calling

Making and receiving calls....

If you signed in to Rambl with your Google or Office 365 account, scheduled calls will appear at the top of the call list under “Today’s Events”.

If Rambl detects a phone number, including conference numbers and PINs, in a meeting on your calendar, you will be able to join the call by simply tapping the phone icon to the right of the event.

For conference calls, when the automated meeting attendant requests the call ID and/or PIN number, Rambl will enter it for you and automatically place you into the call.

If you have not signed in with Google or Office 365, Rambl will ask for your mobile number on your first use. Enter your number and double-check to make sure you typed it correctly. Then enter the number of the person you want to call, and their name if you wish. After you tap “OK”, Rambl will call you at your number, then announce that it will bridge in the other party.

Select a contact to call from your address book by tapping the phone icon at the bottom of the screen, and tapping the person button. If the contact you select has multiple numbers, you will be able to select the correct number before initiating the call. 

To cancel a call in progress…
Tap “accept” when Rambl calls you, then hang up. Declining the call will treat your voicemail as if you had answered and continue to connect the other party.

Rambl and caller ID…
Rambl will only process calls placed via the Rambl app, or incoming calls to your Rambl number. Your Rambl number will appear to anyone you call via the Rambl app. Calls placed from the iOS phone app will still appear as your personal number, but will not be processed by Rambl. 

Get the out of Rambl:

Tip #1

Remember to Rambl!
To remember to use Rambl, drag the Rambl app to your Home screen or the Dock.

Tip #2

Remember to Follow-Up
At the end of a conversation, remember to state the important follow-ups that resulted from the call. Try some of these helpful phrases:

“I will follow up with_____ by [DAY] about _____.”

“I will send _____ to _____ by [DAY].”

“I have a follow up to_____.”

“I will schedule a follow up with_____ about _____.”

Tip #3

Quickly redial a contact…
Tap the phone button to the right of a recent call in your conversation list.

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