Genie mispronouncing Address Book entries?

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on November 1, 2007

Any name in the address book can be recorded by a person who has permission to do so. Give the command, “record a name for …”. If you have entries of people who are not Vocera badge wearers, you can still use their voices if you do this with them next to you. For instance: If Dr. Smith has a pager in the GAB (Global Address Book) but does not wear a badge (he is not a user), you can still “Record a name for Dr. Smith” with him standing by and record his voice. This way every time anyone says “Page Dr. Smith”, you will hear: paging “Dr. Smith” with the Doctors voice.

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