| || Current Message box shows the message construction. The parts play in order from top down. When adding parts, you add a placeholder and then configure that part of the message.|
Recorded Audio: Much like the recorded audio from the Create Message page, this allows you to record the audio by having the system call your telephone.
Text-to-Speech: After adding a text-to-speech part, you then type what you want the computer to say.
Replacement Field: Replacement fields allow you to include special items such as contact names or the current date. The contact names come from the first and last name fields from when you import or add contacts to the list.
Example of a Multi-Part Message
Let’s say that you wanted to create a message that alerts parents that their child (John Smith) was absent from school today (January 11th) and to contact the school.
The first part could be recorded audio or text-to-speech. For this example it will show how to use the text-to-speech to say, “Hello, this is the high school calling to tell you that.” Start by selecting the option for Text-to-Speech (TTS computer voice) from the top right box and click the Add Message Part button.