How To - iPhone Guide How to save your voicemails on iPhone Posted on September 18, 2017 5 min read 0 58 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The up-to-date iphones have the plus point of saving voicemails as notes/voice memos moreover it can also be shared as audio files with messages directly. Before the advent of iOS 9 the voice mails were just kept to the phone app. So as long as you are using iOs 9 or later and your smartphone also tends to support visual voicemail then you don’t need to worry as you have got an edge of turning your voicemail into a voice memo or note. Visual Voicemail: Visual Voicemail is actually a list that contains the voicemails and you can access it by heading to Phone>Voicemail if you have already set it up. You can set up visual voicemail here. Look at the procedure below to save voicemail as a voice memo/note Head to the phone app on your iphone Hit on the voicemail that will be labeled at the bottom Now select the voicemail message you are interested in saving and then tap the share icon. Look at the “Share menu” there you will notice voice memos options in the upper row so make a selection from them, either choose to add in your voicemail to a current note or save it as a new note. Major perk: When the voicemail is saved as a voice memo it has an edge to trim the audio file in the stock Voice Memos app before its user shares it further. Your voice memos are brought into your iTunes music library as audio files when a user syncs an iphone with iTunes. Procedure to share a voicemail using Message: Now you can share a voicemail using message, Mail or AirDrop and it be done by following the simple and tiny steps, you need to determine whether you need your voicemail to implant in iMessage or MMs? Get it attached as an audio file to an email message or you can also send it to another iphone/ipad/ipod touch and Mac device wirelessly using AirDrop. How to do it: First of all open the Phone app on your iPhone. Now tap on the Voicemail tab that will be at the bottom. Make a selection of the voicemail message, select the one you want to save and hit on the Share icon. Pick the Messages, AirDrop or mail from the share menu Pen down an optional message and tap the Send button to share the message along with the attached voicemail Message/mail. For sharing your voicemail with other devices in your vicinity you will be directed to choose AirDrop and then select an Airdrop contact for sharing. Sometimes its a pesky little thing when you happen to miss an important phone call. In this scenario a caller may have the option for leaving a voicemail. Now the point is voicemails do not have to be mingled with old messages and in this connection iOS or later devices have got the plus point as they can be saved either directly to your iPhone or your PC.