Teams: #FightCorona – How can I forward calls?

We should now understand how to make calls in Teams - either voip calls over the internet to others using Teams or PSTN calls to mobiles and landlines. But what can we do when we receive calls from somebody else using Teams, or somebody else from a mobile phone or landline? We can, of course, take them. We can also forward them. Sometimes we know we are going to be away from Teams - on annual leave, or when we are in a meeting and not available. We can forward to voicemail so we can receive and respond to incoming calls later. We can forward to a new number or contact to take the call on another device or hand off to another person, or we can forward to a call group such as a support desk. Let's understand how to do theseWe should now understand how to make calls in Teams - either voip calls over the internet to others using Teams or PSTN calls to mobiles and landlines. But what can we do when we receive calls from somebody else using Teams, or somebody else from a mobile phone or landline? We can, of course, take them. We can also forward them. Sometimes we know we are going to be away from Teams - on annual leave, or when we are in a meeting and not available. We can forward to voicemail so we can receive and respond to incoming calls later. We can forward to a new number or contact to take the call on another device or hand off to another person, or we can forward to a call group such as a support desk. Let's understand how to do these