Make a Call
Make a Call with the Speakerphone
Make a Call with a Headset
Make a Call with a Phone or Video Address (8800 Series)
Sometimes, instead of just having someone’s phone number, you might also have a phone or video address that you can use to place the call instead.
This address might look like an email address, such as firstname.lastname@example.org, or it might contain numbers like email@example.com.
If you and the person you're calling have video phones, you'll be able to see each other.
Make a Call with a Speed-Dial Button
Depending on your phone model, you might not see all the speed dial numbers that you configure in My Cisco Spark.
For Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series phones, you can see only as many speed-dial numbers as you have speed-dial buttons. For example, you add 15 speed-dial numbers in My Cisco Spark but your phone has five speed-dial buttons. You can see only the first five speed-dial numbers from the list of speed-dial numbers in My Cisco Spark.
For Cisco IP Phone 7800 Series phones, you can see all the speed-dial numbers that you add in My Cisco Spark. Use the up and down buttons in the navigation cluster to scroll through your speed-dial numbers, then select a speed-dial number.
Set up speed-dial codes in My Cisco Spark.
Redial a Number
Dial an International Number
You can use the Cisco Spark app to share documents while on a phone call. When you are on a phone call with another Cisco Spark user, the app automatically brings your existing 1-to-1 room to the top or creates a room for you. During the call, you can easily share files on the app in the room.
When using content sharing, keep in mind a couple of important details:
If you start a conference call, transfer the call, or end the call, any in-progress file or screen sharing stops immediately.
If the 1-to-1 room doesn't appear in the app, the other person on the call doesn't have the Cisco Spark app.
To learn more about the Cisco Spark app, go here.