Monthly Archives: November 2016

Here’s a Shortcut to the Windows Desktop (with video)

I watched a client minimize all her open documents and software to get to the Windows Desktop. She smacked her head when I showed her this.

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And that’s it!

PEACE.

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I Like to Download Some of My Voicemails – Google Voice

I use Google Voice for my main phone number. One of the features I like, but don’t use that often, is the ability to download voicemail messages to my computer. Those messages are also saved to Dropbox.

UPDATE: Google changed Voice’s interface. You’ll need to get back to its legacy version first, then follow these instructions. I’ve recorded a quick YouTube video on how to do that.

Here’s a graphic that shows how simple this is. When you go to Google Voice, click to display Voicemails. Then, next to the one you want to download, click the more drop-down option, Download, save the message as you normally would any file.

download Google Voice voicemail messages

That’s it.