Believe One Touch Speed Dialing Possible

cfairbank

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Nov 12, 2006
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Anyone notice that if you are using the keypad and hold down the 1 you are connected to your dial in voicemail. Why couldn't this be applied to the favorites. Your number one favorite would be assigned 2 and so on. Don't see why they can have the "1" dedicated to voicemail and not apply to everything else. Thoughts?????
 

fallingskye

macrumors member
Jul 1, 2007
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Miami
I don't really see what the difference between this and the favorites list is. You'd still have to get the to keypad section instead of favorites. :confused:
 

pcguru83

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Sep 13, 2006
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Charlotte, NC
I don't really see what the difference between this and the favorites list is. You'd still have to get the to keypad section instead of favorites. :confused:
Yeah, me either. I still don't understand what the big deal is about "no speed dial". I was especially perplexed about why peoople make such a big deal about this when I saw the "Favorites" list. That's much better than speed dial IMO.
 

rek2005

macrumors newbie
Jun 26, 2007
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Yes, speed dial wouldn't be useful. I guess what people are wanting is the ease of just holding down a button, and "boom", you're calling someone. I wish the contacts button or favorites button could be put on the home screen, which would take away one more step.
 

pcguru83

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Sep 13, 2006
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Charlotte, NC
Yes, speed dial wouldn't be useful. I guess what people are wanting is the ease of just holding down a button, and "boom", you're calling someone. I wish the contacts button or favorites button could be put on the home screen, which would take away one more step.
Now that's a good idea...
 

Eilene

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Jun 28, 2007
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With speed dial, I alway forgot what # was for what person. With favorites, you just press the person you want to call. I love it!!