|Clarification on the new "Anonymous Callers" and "All Contacts" groups.||SMS48||8/6/12 2:38 PM|
I have reviewed the following online postings and I'm looking for clarification on the new "Anonymous Callers" and "All Contacts" groups.
I'll structure my questions around the following types of callers:
The above blog posting states: "People in your address book: this allows you to customize the experience of all contacts in your address book. This also works by exclusion. For example, you can set a special greeting just for people in your address book..." This statement seems to say that all Type-A callers, including both types A1 and A2, would fall into this caller group and would hear the special greeting. I would hope that this group would instead only include A2 callers and not A1 callers.
The blog posting goes on to state: "...or screen anyone not in your address book." However, I don't see any functionality for screening anyone based on whether they are not in my address book. It seems that the "All Contacts" group allows specifying a greeting and screening for Type-A callers, but does not allow specification of anything for Type-C callers.
Google, please provide clarification for these two issues. As for the "Anonymous Callers" group, thank you very much for handling the Type-B callers.