Know tip to save voicemail messages on iPhone. useful way when you want to buy new Apple iPhone. And whenever you switched from old iPhone to the new one, then you need to backup using iTunes on the computer or via iCloud. But typically, you’ve some important voicemail message that you’d like to save or transfer to your PC/Mac. But first of all, I think you are looking for the best way to backup voicemail messages on iPhone. So I bring out for you an easy way, so you haven’t needed any third-party app. You’ve already built-in apps on your iPhone running iOS 9, iOS 10, iOS 11 or later.
Complete Guide to Save Voicemail messages on iPhone X/ iPhone 8 Plus/ 7 Plus/ iPhone 6/6S Plus
Using following steps you can do backup your Voicemail messages as an MP3 file through Voice memos built-in app.
Step 1. Open up Phone app on your iPhone home screen.
Step 3. Select Voicemail mail message that you want to save
Step 4. Tap on Square and upwards arrow icon.
Step 6. Next, you need to tap on Save.
You can also save your Voicemail message as a note via the help of the updated Notes app on iPhone.
Just follow the above same steps until Step 4 then Select Notes app and tap save. So you’ll get your Voicemail SMS backup in the form of a note.
Also, you’ve also an option. In this way, you can do Share your Voicemail message either using Message app or by Mail and Airdrop feature.
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Know in deep how to Transfer or Share Voicemail messages from iPhone to iPhone: all iOS 10/ iOS 9 device
Step 1. Launch Phone App> Voicemail then
Step 2. Tap the Voicemail message that you would like to share, then tap on the icon that you can appear above given picture.
Step 3. Choose Message, Mail app or Airdrop.
Step 4. Let’s now write and send your message to the attached Voicemail.
That’s it. In iOS 10 now you can add an attachment in mail app on iPhone, iPad.
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