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Share Text and Contacts

Overview

ntouch VP offers the popular “Share” feature which includes a Share Text and a Share Contacts function. You can share text messages during a call which you have saved before the call begins. The Saved Text function lets you save up to 10 short text messages to use during calls. The Share Contacts function lets you share information about any of your contacts (name, phone numbers) during a call.

Note: The saved text information will only be saved to that ntouch VP and will not be stored on Sorenson. 

To Turn On the Feature

The Share Text and Contacts feature is enabled by default and no action needs to be taken on your part to enable it.  If you do not see the feature, please contact us. 

To Add Saved Text Messages

  1. Start at the Home screen.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Call Options.
  4. Select Saved Text.
  5. Select Select to modify.
  6. Select Edit Saved Text.
  7. Press the Keyboard key on the remote control.
  8. When finished entering text, press the Keyboard key to exit the dialog.
  9. If you want to erase a Saved Text message, first select the item from the drop-down list. Then, move to and select the Clear Text button.

To Use Saved Text During Calls

  1. On an active call screen, press the Enter key on the remote control.
  2. Select Share Text.
  3. Select Share Text.
  4. Select Saved Text.
  5. Select the desired entry to put the saved text in the outgoing text field.
  6. To clear the text from the outgoing text field, first display the in-call menu bar and select the Share Text button.
  7. Select Clear.

To Share a Contact During Calls

  1. On an active call screen, press the Enter key on the remote control.
  2. Select Share Text.
  3. Select Contacts.
  4. Select the contact entry you want to share to display the screen.

Troubleshooting Tips

None

Contact Us

If you are still having issues with the Share Text and Contacts feature, please call Technical Support at 801-287-9403 and provide this code: 

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