This feature will dramatically improve the way that co-parents communicate while keeping both parties accountable for the words they say.
FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) March 23, 2020
Talking Parents, a co-parenting communication service, has released an industry-first Accountable Calling feature in response to overwhelming requests from current Talking Parents customers. Accountable Calling allows parents to have recorded audio conversations within the platform.
Talking Parents understands that not all conversations can take place over text and has developed a calling feature that provides increased responsibility for co-parents through securely placed calls for Premium users within the United States and Canada. The calling feature includes downloadable audio and text transcript files of all calls. Current Talking Parents customers can upgrade to a Premium account and start calling their co-parent through the iOS or Android mobile apps. Talking Parents' founder and attorney Stephen Nixon says, "This feature will dramatically improve the way that co-parents communicate while keeping both parties accountable for the words they say."
Accountable Calling will join existing Talking Parents features, including Secure Messaging, Shared Calendar, File Vault, Attachment Library, and the Personal Journal. Talking Parents aims to help co-parents avoid and resolve disputes by creating accurate and unalterable Records of all their interactions. Customers can order Calling, Messaging, and Calendar Records as digital PDF downloads or certified printed hard copies. Now with Accountable Calling, parents are empowered to communicate clearly and securely within the Talking Parents mobile app.
ABOUT TALKING PARENTS
Talking Parents is the only co-parenting service to offer Accountable Calling. Through their free website and paid mobile apps, Talking Parents improves accountability and communication between co-parents. Talking Parents helps co-parents avoid disputes and focus on the most important people in their lives—their children. Talking Parents has been mentioned in TechCrunch, Romper, Thrive Global, Fast Company, Fatherly, and Us Magazine Online.