And that’s why you always leave a note

typewriter, vintage, write @ Pixabay

Text messages and voicemail are both similar in the way that they allow you to communicate with someone without being right next to them. However, there are some key differences between the two types of communication.

For example, text messages can be read at your own leisure and don’t require an immediate response – but voice mail requires a quick call-back or live conversation on the spot.

In this blog post, we will discuss how these two methods of communication differ and how you can tell them apart so that you never miss a text message again!

Text messages are delivered immediately to your phone and can be read at any time, but they also require a response relatively soon after reading.

Voicemail requires an immediate callback or live conversation on the spot, which is why it’s best not to leave important voicemails during business hours when you’re unavailable.

voicemail, desk phone, landline @ Pixabay


When someone texts you while in transit (i.e., walking down the street), their location will pop up automatically as “busy” so that people know what state of mind they are currently in.

This feature may be turned off depending upon how often this person sends text messages while driving – if they do not want others knowing where they are, then this setting would be disabled for them as well!


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