How to Record and Playback Conversations with Google Voice

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to record a phone interview without the recording equipment? If you have a Google Voice number and a willing participant you can record an incoming call to your Google Voice number simply by pressing the number four on your phone’s keypad. Follow the guide below for detailed instructions on how to use this nifty feature. If you have any comments or questions please use the comments form at the end of the article.

How to Record Conversations with Google Voice

In order for this feature to work someone has to call your Google Voice number. It does not matter which phone the call routes to so long as it is an incoming call to your Google Voice number.

1. During the conversation press the number four key on your phone’s keypad.

Both parties on the conversation will hear a message stating that the conversation will be recorded. Resume the conversation and end it when it is over. There is nothing else on your end that you need to do in order for this feature to work.

The conversation will automatically record and will appear in Google Voice. Follow the steps below to listen to recorded conversations.

How to Listen to Recorded Conversations with Google Voice

1. Sign-in to your Google Voice account.

Record and Listen to Google Voice Conversations

2. Click on Recorded in the Navigation pane.

3. Click on the Play button for the recording you wish to playback.

A. Click on more to add notes, mark as unread, email, download, and embed the recording.