You may submit Google Voice messages to Quicktate on an as-needed basis, or you may choose to have all of your Google Voice messages transcribed by Quicktate.
If you wish to submit selective Google Voice messages to Quicktate on an as-needed basis, just forward the email message you received from Google Voice to firstname.lastname@example.org. [Be sure to send them from the email account you signed up with, or subsequently registered with Quicktate].
Alternatively, if you choose to have all of your Google Voice messages transcribed by Quicktate, set up filtered email forwarding from Gmail as described below.
In all cases you will continue to receive your Google Voice messages and your Google transcription just as you do now.
[Note: Filtered email forwarding is not available for Yahoo or Hotmail email users.]
You will see: " A confirmation code Has been sent to verify permission ".
This will bring up a filter menu where you can create a filter so that only mail from Google Voice gets forwarded to Quicktate.
Please note that old emails from Google Voice, (messages that you have already received), will not be forwarded to Quicktate. If you want those sent to Quicktate, you’ll have to forward them manually.
[Note: You will continue to receive your Google Voice messages and your Google transcription just as you do now.]
If ever you do not want to automatically forward your Google Voice messages to Quicktate, go back to Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP, and click on email@example.com and in the drop-down box, select “Remove firstname.lastname@example.org”. You will still be able to forward your messages on an as-needed basis.