Get ready to answer your incoming calls on your phone, via your PC. Microsoft’s Your Phone app is now available for general public after the feature was tested by Windows Insider members for a few months. With the help of this feature, users will be able to make and receive calls on their PCs.
The feature will allow users to dial a number for call making, check call history, and seamlessly transfer calls between the PC and phone. Your Phone app facilitate users to receive their calls without picking up their phones while working on the PC.
Now Receive Calls From Your PC Via Microsoft’s Your Phone App
Microsoft made the announcement of the general availability of the Your Phone app calling feature on the Windows Insider Twitter account. The feature is now functional for all compatible Windows 10 users.
Initially, this feature arrived with Windows 10 preview build 18999 for Insiders (20H1) in October, for the testing purpose before being rolled out to the public.
The feature is also allowing you to use the in-app dialler and access the contact list. In case you are not willing to answer the call, you are also able to decline these phone calls via the PC by sending a custom text or simply decline the call.
Just like the phone, the phone call history will also be accessible via the PC. When you click on a recent call, it will auto populate the number within the dialer screen. In case you want to go away from your seat to move around, then you can transfer your calls between PC to phone.
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