|Placing a PC-to-PC Call||Receiving a PC-to-PC Call||Placing a Call on Hold|
Putting a call on hold allows you to place another call or to answer a call from someone else. You can leave a call on hold indefinitely or until the other person hangs up.
Tip: Messenger automatically places your current caller on hold when you accept another call. You can have an unlimited number of calls on hold at the same time.
In the call area, click the Hold button.
A message informs you that the call is on hold, and the Hold button changes to a Resume button.
When you’re ready to resume the call, click the Resume button.
If the person you’re talking with puts you on hold, the call window changes to show your "on hold" status.
After someone puts you on hold, you have several options:
Your Hold button changes to a Resume button. To continue the call, you must click the Resume button to release your hold before the other person can also resume the conversation.