- Logging in to MyPhone.colostate.edu
- Call Forwarding/Simultaneous Ring
- Speed Dial Buttons
- How To Reset Your PIN
Logging in to MyPhone.colostate.edu
With the new phone system, you have more control over your phone than ever before.
Here you can configure Call Forwarding, Simultaneous Ring (SimRing), add Speed Dial buttons to your phone, view the calls you have made and received, and insert contacts into an online phone book that will download to your phone.
For a quick video overview, please click on the embedded video below:
Call Forwarding/Simultaneous Ring
Call forwarding and SimRing are now a services that you can configure yourself. Please visit https://myphone.colostate.edu/ and log in with your eID ename and password. Once logged in, click the “call forwarding” tab at the top of the screen. Add call forwarding by clicking the “Add Number” link in the upper right hand corner. Here you can set up how you wish to be called. In the example below, the extension 17500 will ring at the same time as your extension. If after 30 seconds the call is not answered, the off-campus number 89881234 will ring (Note: campus dialing rules apply).
Speed Dial Buttons
Speed dial buttons give you easy one-touch access to important numbers. So configure speed dial buttons, please visit https://myphone.colostate.edu/ and log in with your eID ename and password. Once logged in, click the “Speed Dial” tab at the top of your screen. Add speed dials to your phone by clicking the “Add Number” link in the upper right hand corner. The left column called “Name” will let you enter a label for the button. The right column allows you to enter the number that will be called when you press the button (Note: campus dialing rules apply). The “Subscribe to Presence” column shows if these buttons also monitor state of the line entered in the number field (Presence is configured through a telecom service order). Be sure to click the “Save and Update Phone(s)” button to apply the settings to your phone. (Note: this will reboot your phone)
For additional help, please click on the embedded video below.