Evoca makes it easy for you to record your voice by dialing from any the phone numbers you registered in your Evoca account. Call any worldwide Evoca public phone number to access our web-based recording system. Our system recognizes your callerID and instantly saves the recording as an MP3 file to your Evoca account. We send a confirmation email with a link to your recording.
You [and anyone you email it to] can listen to your recording on any computer, smartphone or tablet and use any share feature to post recordings to websites, blogs, Facebook, and Twitter, download, and email to others. Or keep it private.
You can add up to 30 registered phone numbers any time — your mobile, office and home number, and numbers of team members, colleagues, or students. Recordings any of these registered phone numbers will be saved to your account.
Follow these instructions and also view the video tutorial below.
How to record using your phone
Step 1: Dial any Evoca U.S. and worldwide public phone number. Hint: Save an Evoca number to speed dial.
Step 2: Start recording at the tone
Step 3: Hang up once you have completed your recording. It will be instantly saved.
Note: If you have Enabled post-recording options, you can press any key to listen, erase and re-record, and save.
The recording is accessible from your “My Recordings” dashboard when you are logged into your account’s My Home page.
We also email a recording confirmation link to the Page view, giving you quick access to key features for sharing and managing the recording.
Tips about calling from your registered phone number
If you are calling from a number that is registered to your Evoca account, be sure your phone does not have a caller ID block, as this is how we recognize your number. When your phone is recognized, the standard welcome greeting will play and you can begin recording at the beep.
Tips about calling from an unregistered phone number
If you are calling from a number that is not registered to your Evoca account, you will be prompted to enter a registered number, followed by the “#” sign, and then the associated PIN number, also followed by the “#” sign. Once your information is recognized, the standard welcome greeting will play and you can begin speaking after the beep.
Some additional pointers
- From the “Registered phone number(s)” page in your My account section, for any registered phone number click on the “Edit” icon to enable or disable the Post-recording options menu. This menu allows you to listen to, erase, rerecord and then save your recordings using the keypad on your phone.
- You can always access the full list of the Evoca U.S. and worldwide phone numbers by clicking on “Phone” on the “My Home” page of your Evoca account. Numbers are available throughout the U.S. and Canada and many other countries.
Video tutorial: Record using your phone