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  • Recording "In Session" Google Voice Calls

Recording “In Session” Google Voice Calls

Have you ever been driving down the road, and a motivated seller calls your Google Voice number?  They’re telling you the story of complete motivation, and you get excited and almost crash.  Now you need to write down the details (property address, phone number of seller, seller’s name, etc). But you’re driving and you can’t write and drive at the same time.  There’s an easy fix for that!!

You can simply hit the “4” key, and the call will be recorded. There are few things you need to know before you do this:

1.  The Call recording feature must be enabled in your google Voice settings. To do this, log int to your Google Voice account. Go to :

Settings > Calls> and check the box that says “Enable Recording (4), Switch (*) and Conferencing options on inbound calls”.

2.  Before you record any call, you must obtain permission from the caller. You can say something like “I don’t have anything to write with at the moment, do I have your permission to record the call so that I have it saved?

Once you hit “4” and record the call, the recorded information will be stored in your Google Voice account under More > Recorded Calls.

Good luck!!  Keep pushing forward and making things happen.

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2019-08-15T11:53:18-05:00 By |Categories: Real Estate Automation|Tags: |5 Comments


  1. Fred Hamilton III March 26, 2014 at 1:03 pm - Reply

    That's awesome thanks!

  2. Benjamin J. Holden April 15, 2014 at 9:10 pm - Reply

    You find all the cool shit !!

  3. Marc October 14, 2015 at 3:50 pm - Reply

    I am looking to take that information and autopopulate it into a CRM. any suggestions?

    • Tracy Caywood February 3, 2016 at 9:44 am - Reply

      Im not sure about auto populating the call into CRM. Most of the call recordings have to be added manually as a file. Im pretty sure that there are phone bridges that work with Godfather CRm that will attach the call…Im not 100% sure though since Patlive takes all of my calls. 🙂

  4. Andrew D. May 27, 2016 at 5:05 pm - Reply

    You may not (perhaps disturbingly) need permission if both callers are in single-party consent states—which is most of them. Massachusetts and Maryland are examples of two-party consent states, where both must say OK.

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