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49. Video Chatting with FaceTime > Making a Call with FaceTime

Making a Call with FaceTime

To call an iPhone user, you must have that person’s iPhone number stored in your Address Book. To call a Macintosh, iPad, or iPod touch user, you must have that person’s email address stored in your Address Book.

Every time someone tries to call you, FaceTime records that person’s FaceTime identifier (a phone number for an iPhone user and an email address for everyone else). By clicking a saved FaceTime account identifier, you can call someone back, even if you don’t have that person’s iPhone number or email addresses stored in your Address Book.

To make a FaceTime call to someone else, first store that person’s iPhone number or email in Address Book. Then do this:

  1. Start FaceTime.

  2. Click the Contacts icon in the bottom-right corner of the FaceTime window. A list of contacts stored in Address Book appears, as shown in Figure 49-3. (If you click the Favorites icon, you’ll see a list of stored FaceTime numbers or email addresses from people you call often. If you click the Recents icon, you’ll see a list of people who called you or whom you called recently.)


  

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