Call Forwarding Instructions Manual

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    Set up phones to receive calls

    Calls to your Google Voice number will ring all of your linked numbers. Add your home, work, or mobile phone numbers to Google Voice.

    You also get Google Voice calls in Hangouts. Incoming calls can ring in Hangouts at the same time as your linked numbers.

    ADD A NUMBER WHERE YOU WANT TO GET CALLS

    You can set up any phone number to take your Google Voice calls and texts.

    1. Go to Google Voice.
    2. At the top left, click Menu  > Settings.
    3. Under “Linked numbers,” click New linked number. You can link up to six numbers.
    4. Follow the onscreen instructions to add your number.

    REMOVE A NUMBER

    1. Go to Google Voice.
    2. At the top right of the Google Voice window, click the gear icon  > Settings.
    3. On the left, click Phone numbers.
    4. Next to your linked number, click Remove X
    5. To confirm, click Delete.

    Note: If you have call forwarding set up and then change your phone number, delete the old number from your account. If you don’t, someone else might receive your calls and text messages.

    Source: https://support.google.com/voice/answer/165221?hl=en