Google’s Call Screening feature has been a shelter to Pixel 3 proprietors exhausted of dreary telemarketing calls. Rather than taking your risks on an approaching ‘Scam Likely’ call, you can simply get Google Assistant to respond in due order regarding you.
One of the real reactions of the administration, however, is that once the call is finished, the transcript of the discussion vanishes. So except if you figured out how to get a screen capture of the transcript, or were focusing on the screen amid the call, you’d have nothing to allude to later past a guest number – none of this is extremely helpful for fuss-free spam sifting. However, Google’s Call Screening feature has been focusing on input, and it appears that Call Screen transcripts are en route.
As indicated by Google’s help forums, transcripts will be empowered in the not so distant future and will be consequently spared to the dialer application after the call, for later review.
As Google employee Paul Dunlop said in response to a forum query, “The transcript for the screened portion of the call will be automatically saved in your Call Log once the call has ended. You will be able to access it via the Call Details section of an individual call log item. This will be available to our public beta testers first, and then all Pixel 3 users later in the year.”
And in the long run, Pixel and Pixel 2 telephones, which are beginning to get the Call Screening feature now, as well. Without a doubt, most transcripts will demonstrate as unexciting as the spam calls themselves, however, this component, at any rate, gives true serenity that you’re certainly not missing anything vital.
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