Tips & Tricks

Our products pack a punch when it comes to features and it would be easy to miss some of them. Here we post helpful tips & tricks about how to use our products & services.

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How version control works

Posted in June 2017 on the Codebase blog

In this blog post, we'll be outlining a number of key terms that everyone should know when using a version control system in your development workflow.

Access and internal numbers in Dial 9

Posted in June 2017 on the Dial 9 blog

In Dial 9, there are several numbers that can be dialled from a connected phone, which allow you to access global services, as well configure additional services. These are referred...

An introduction to version control

Posted in June 2017 on the Codebase blog

When collaborating with co-workers on a development project, you may have experienced frustrations when someone overwrites your work, or when you have to constantly swap files, or even having to...

Press 1 for Sales or 2 for Support

Posted in May 2017 on the Dial 9 blog

When receiving calls to your business, it can be useful to know the purpose of the call before you answer it. One of the best ways to achieve this with...

Troubleshooting server issues in Deploy

Posted in May 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

There are a number of issues you might run into when adding a new server to your Deploy project, which we'll be outlining further in this post. To start, we'll...

Using submodules in Deploy

Posted in May 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

One of the most common issues users can experience when setting up a Deploy project is a submodule related error. These can be tricky to diagnose, so, in this post...

Making the most of your call logs

Posted in May 2017 on the Dial 9 blog

One of the most useful features of a VoIP system is the ability to track previous calls. With Call Logs in your Dial 9 service, you can look up calls...

Dealing with out of hours calls

Posted in March 2017 on the Dial 9 blog

When your customers call you outside of your standard working hours you still want them to be able to hear some useful information, even if it's just a brief audio...