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Get Google Voice missed calls email notifications

Google recently integrated Google Voice into Gmail allowing users to make phone calls right from within Gmail’s interface. The new phone call feature proved to be an instant hit. 1 million phone calls were made the very first day of launch, and by the end of the first week, 10 million calls have been made.

Now Google has made a small but important update to their Voice application.

"Starting today, whenever you miss a call, you can see a notification in your Google Voice inbox, or receive an email notification, or both," Google announced in a blog post recently.

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With this featured turned on, missed calls on your Google Voice account will show up in Gmail and the Google Voice Inbox as well. Those calls will also show up on any phone you have linked to your Voice account.

So whether you are in front of your computer or with your phone, missed call alerts are impossible to miss.

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