PHONE NUMBERS POSTED TO GLIP MESSAGE NEED TO BE CLICKABLE TO CALL

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PHONE NUMBERS POSTED TO GLIP MESSAGE NEED TO BE CLICKABLE TO CALL

As of this time phone numbers posted as Glip message are not yet clickable to call !! 

The Glip Product Team needs to correct this ASAP.   PLEASE!!!!!!!

Big deal for us, if you care.
 
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Mark Fleysher

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Luke, U.S. Tier 1 Support

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Thanks for posting Mark, I love the idea. It greatly helps our development team to get some context to your use of this feature. Could you provide the following information for them?

To help our Product Team understand your request and assure it gets more consideration, please include the following details in your request:

  • Number of Digital Lines on the account:
  • Account type (U.S., Canada, UK, AT&T, Telus, British Telecom):
  • A brief description of the business you perform:
  • A high level description of the product or feature being requested:
  • A typical use case scenario explaining how your business would use the feature:
  • Benefit of such feature:
  • Include any related support case number if applicable:
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Mark Fleysher

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We have @ 15 lines, we're in the US, this topic is specific to being able to click on a phone number posted in GLIP so one of our team members can easily call or text someone who is contacting us (when they contact us via webform we use zapier to post that in a GLIP group)... 

PHONE NUMBERS POSTED TO GLIP MESSAGE NEED TO BE CLICKABLE TO CALL

As of this time phone numbers posted as Glip message are not yet clickable to call !!  

The Glip Product Team needs to correct this ASAP.   PLEASE!!!!!!!

Big deal for us.
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i believe the glip team is working on that, hopefully they can confirm themselves but i'm pretty sure that's in the works.