Google Voice already gives you control over how to handle callers from your contact list, but what about those that aren’t in your little black book? The service was updated on Wednesday to address this issue by adding two new groups of callers: People in your address book and anonymous callers. Now, numbers that are restricted or blocked can easily be screened, which means you’ll never accidentally pick up a telemarketer call again. You can still customize the experience for folks in your address book, such as grandma or that girl from down the street, by setting a custom greeting or sending them straight to voicemail. It just depends on who you want to talk to. The Google Voice update should start rolling out today, Google said, so be on the lookout.
[via Google Voice Blog]