Call Screen is one of the best features on Pixel phones. With a button, you can send calls using Google Assistant and avoid scary spam. But after the conversation, there is obviously no way to access the prints for future review. Fortunately, there is one way, but it is cast.
With access to the transcript, you can analyze the previous conversation and address everything that the person needs to communicate with you. You can also treat the Call Screen feature as a visual voice mailbox, where callers leave messages that you can review for your convenience. Or you can document it for your own records. Anyway, having access to transcripts only enhances the Call Screen feature, making it another reason why you want a Google Pixel device.
Step 1: Update to the latest work in the Google Phone App
To minimize your access to any issues, update your phone app to the latest version via the Play Store. This will ensure that you have access to both the Call Screen feature and the ability to display the dial screen prints after that fact.
- Play Store Link: Phone (free)
Step 2: Show transcripts
Open the Phone app and switch to the tab Recents through to either swipe left or by selecting "Recents" at the bottom of the screen. In the list you will find any entry that you previously used the Call Screen feature with and tap either their name or number (do not select their image). A menu appears below the list where you will find several options – select "Call details".
On the new page you see all the conversations between you and the person who made that day. All calls where you used the Call Screen feature will have an option labeled "See Transcription". Select this text to display the transcript of the displayed call. The printout will only include the part of the conversation when the caller notified with your Google assistant. While there is no option to print the screen, you can scan it to your records if you wish.