Cloud-based CallPlease is a call log that tracks call history and status. On both Web and mobile apps, all information is tracked, synced and centrally managed among multiple users on all devices worldwide. CallPlease is the perfect mobile solution for anyone who wants to reduce call chaos - individuals, executives + assistants, receptionists, teams, entire offices.
THE MOBILE APP
The CallPlease mobile app keeps you up-to-date on calls and messages. See what’s new/urgent, review call history, make and return calls, and mark what happened at the end of the call.
CallPlease offers a unique feature, Shared Call Logs, that lets any size group or team share all calls and info - included in every subscription at no extra cost.
1. Interactive Shared Logs allow all calls and information to be shared with everyone in a group, team, client or project - great for groups that collaborate on the same calls.
2. Queue Shared Logs allow call requests to be logged and then assigned to, or chosen by, group or team members - great for help desks, sales inquiries, service businesses, etc.
CallPlease is built on an Enterprise Security Class Foundation using world class encryption and monitoring techniques. CallPlease Enterprise Security has been approved by organizations with extraordinary security requirements.
- Bug fixes
- Swift compatibility update
Ratings and Reviews
Easy and convenient!
This phone message app is terrific! It is so convenient for electronically sharing phone messages between yourself and staff, and allowing for information and status to be passed between you. When I am out of the office, local or traveling, my messages are instantaneous. The app is incredibly easy to set-up and use...even my office assistant who is brand new to a Mac has picked it up quickly. You can customize the status of phone calls, actions taken, alerts, and how often you want to refresh, etc...you can even save contact info from the calls to your "Contacts" list and export your calls to a spreadsheet for long-term electronic storage. AND now your office staff can also use the app on their mobile device which is SUPER convenient. We have not tried the "multiple bosses" feature yet but likely will be in the near future...this will help us hugely since our staff is shared between bosses. As well, the tech support on the couple of occasions we have needed it has been extremely helpful, thorough, friendly, and available within minutes after a message is sent. I cannot even think about returning to pen and paper...this app is amazing! Thank you for this awesome app! CT in AK
This is what I've been looking for!
I run a private school. Over the past couple of years, I have been searching on and off for an app that I could use to organize the many, many messages that I receive on a regular basis - both from parents as well as calls from parents who want information about our school. I've tried programs that are not necessarily geared toward call management, but I have some how been able to make them fit - somewhat. Evernote was one of them. A great tool for lots of things, but not really oriented toward managing phone calls. Last week I came across CallPlease. All I can say is WOW! It does what I dreamed it should do and much more. Syncing between my phone and tablet is one of those much more. Simple to navigate, yet complex in its abilities to manage all my calls. I can't wait for the desktop version. The developers have hit a home run with this one!!!
CP keeps getting better (and it was good to start)
I’d been looking for a long time for a phone log to replace the FileMaker Pro version I spent a lot of Paramount’s money developing for the production company I was working for in the early 90s. Something light, mobile, synchronized with a desktop or laptop, clean, accurate and supported. I didn’t need the sync to assistant part anymore, since my assistant was now named Sir, but I could see how someone else might.
A few years ago I found Call Please. I can’t remember who first mentioned it . Maybe it was John August. Somebody whose opinion I respect anyway. It was all I wanted and it’s done nothing but get better since, incrementally and continuously.
It’s hard to get UI right and it’s harder to get UX right. Rhys and his team have never stopped working to improve a tool that was pretty good when I found it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.