VoIP Features

Which kind of phone user are you?

Notre Dame provides voice services to our faculty and staff through voice-over-IP (VoIP). Explore the features below to learn more about how VoIP can meet your needs.

Which of these best describe you? It may be more than just one.

  Traditional Advanced Mobile Minimalist
Type of Phone Use

The traditional use of a telephone - making and receiving calls, other common features such as speakerphone, voicemail, speed dial, etc.

Phone is a major part of the work day, often answering calls for many other staff or faculty, redirecting calls, transferring, forwarding, or sending them to voicemail.

Always connected and often outside the office or typical work day. May rely heavily on a cell phone, use a wide array of mobile-friendly features.

Prefers email or texting and avoids using phone where possible. More likely to try new technologies to improve productivity and efficiency.

Key Features

Customize your speed dial

Voicemail in your email

"Click to call" a phone number which is linked to a web page

Use a hands-free headset

Conference calls for up to six participants

Customize your speed dial

Screen calls with "Do Not Disturb" and "iDivert"

Voicemail in your email

Forward your campus line to your mobile device

Use Jabber mobile app to take your campus line with you

Voicemail in your email

Screen calls with "Do Not Disturb" and "iDivert"

Collaborative chat with Slack