Gruveo lets you register a unique link, e.g. grv.to/@mybusiness, which your customers can click to call you without creating an account, revealing their contact info, or installing new apps. The voice, video or screen sharing call takes place right in the customer’s browser. Think of your Gruveo link as a phone number, only much better.
How Can I Get My Gruveo Link?
Your handle – i.e. the text after grv.to/@ – can consist of Latin letters and numbers, optionally separated by a dot (.). We recommend keeping the handle short to make your link easier to post and give out.
After you register your Gruveo link, be sure to allow incoming call notifications on your device so you’ll always know when someone is trying to call you.
Where Can I Find My Gruveo Link?
Once you have a Gruveo account, locating your Gruveo link to copy and share is easy. Follow these steps:
- Log in to your account on the Gruveo website
- Click your handle in the upper right, then Settings
- Your Gruveo link will be shown on the page. Click the Copy button to copy it to your clipboard.
To invite anyone to call you directly, just send them your Gruveo link. You may also share your link anywhere you think someone might want to use it to reach you, like on the contact page of your website or on your social media profiles.
Using Your Gruveo Account on Multiple Devices
You can log in to your Gruveo account on multiple devices, for example your computer and your phone. In fact, you are encouraged to do so to minimize the chance of any missed calls!
When someone tries to reach you using your Gruveo link, all of your devices will ring (except for those where there’s an ongoing Gruveo call already). You can take the call on any of the ringing devices. If all of your devices are busy with a Gruveo call, the caller will be able to leave a message for you.
We currently do not limit the number of simultaneous ongoing calls on one Gruveo link, although this may change in the future.