I'm looking for suggestions on a few issues. How do I make sure that my Google Voice number is the one that shows up when I text people? And what app should I use on the phone to do that? I'm using Hangouts now and it creates a little bit of a problem because I'm not sure whether it's showing up on someone's phone or their Google Hangouts account. That means I have parallel conversations going with some people.
- Kansas City StarReporter, 1989 - present
- University of Illinois -- Springfieldmaster's degree: Public Affairs Reporting, 1996
- Southern Illinois University Carbondalebachelor's degree: Journalism, minors in Political Science and Sociology, 1981
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