|Feature Keys simplify feature operation.|
Each keyset has Feature Keys. These Feature Keys simplify placing calls, answering calls and using certain features. You can customize the function of any keyset’s Feature Keys from the system program and the User Programmable Features.
|The 22-Button Standard and Display Telephones have 12 Feature Keys.|
|The 34-Button Display Telephone has 24 Feature Keys.|
|The 34-Button Super Display Telephone also has 24 Feature Keys.|
|Account Code||Intercom Directory Dialing||Park Orbit|
|Call Coverage (immediate, delayed or no ring)||Line keys||Reverse Voice Over|
|Call Forwarding||Message Center||Save Number Dialed|
|Call Timer||Loop Key, Fixed||Speed Dial, Personal|
|Group Call Pickup (immediate, delayed or no ring)||Loop Key, Switched||Speed Dial, System|
|Headset key||Night key||Split|
|Hotline||Page Zones||Voice Mail Conversation Record|
|Intercom Queue||Skip Ahead||Manual Activation Mode|
[3.05] For consistency with the keyset, the Super Display Back key is changed to Cancel when programming additional data.
[3.05] In prior version 3 releases, inadvertently entering 0 as the key number when setting up Feature Keys would reset the system. This would occur while using Menu + Key Assignment + Feature Keys (Menu + 51) or using the #KP legacy method. The reset is now corrected.
[3.00.32] A keyset with access level 3, 4, or 5 allows the user to set up their Feature Keys in the Menu + Key Assignments sub-menu. In prior versions, this capability was restricted to keysets with access levels 4 and 5 only.
This is now corrected.