Aside from making a call the traditional way—by using the dialpad to punch in the numbers—you voice-dial a call on your Galaxy S6, or you can make a conference call.
Dial Using Your Voice
With the S Voice feature, your Galaxy S6 enables you to dial calls using your voice.
Say “Hi Galaxy” or whatever you set your S Voice Wake-up command to. A blue bar appears on the bottom of your screen indicating that S Voice is listening for a command. Please refer to the Prologue in the section “First-time Setup” to read more about the wake-up command.
- Say “Call,” followed by the contact’s name; if the contact has multiple phone numbers, say the type of number as well. For example, say “Call Dana Smith mobile” or “Call Craig at Home.”
- Wait while S Voice dials the number. The Dialing screen appears.
Make Conference Calls
You can quickly turn your current call into a conference call by adding other participants.
With a call in progress, tap Add Call on the call screen.
Dial the call in the most convenient way. For example, either type out the phone number or dial from the call log, Favorites, or Contacts.
- Tap to swap between the original call and the one you just added, if you need to.
Tap Merge to merge the calls and complete the conference call setup.
- Repeat Steps 1–4 to add additional callers. The exact number of callers you can have on a conference call is governed by your wireless carrier.
Tap Manage if you need to hang up on only one of the conference call parties, or if you need to split one of the parties off the conference call while still keeping them connected and on hold.
- Tap the red phone icon to the right of a conference party you want to hang up on and remove from the conference call.
Tap Split if you want to remove the party from the conference call, but need to keep them connected to your phone and on hold.