Ruby on the App Store on iTunes

 

For clients of Ruby Receptionists: Update your whereabouts, view messages, and see all of your company’s call activity in one place. With Ruby Receptionists for iPhone, you have access to your daily call activity on the go. Let the receptionists know when you’re available to take calls with a flick of the wheel.

—NOTE—

To take advantage of Ruby Receptionists for iPhone, you must be a current user of Ruby Receptionists live virtual receptionist service and have a Member Services username and password. To learn more about Ruby, please visit us at http://www.callruby.com. If you are a current Ruby client and need assistance logging in, please contact 866-611-7829 or staff@callruby.com.

—MOBILE FEATURES—

- view your company’s account information to access forwarding phone numbers

- update your whereabouts to temporarily change the instructions that receptionists will follow

- view your company’s detailed messages, call activity, and “assist” activity

- save contact info from calls and messages directly to your address book

- one touch to access invoice history and update your credit card information

- one touch to call or email Ruby

- receive push notifications for new messages

Click here to download from App Store on iTunes.

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