While automatic call recording cannot be applied to users' direct lines, Admins can allow the option for users to manually record their own calls. Users are then able to record calls at their own discretion.
Let's take a look at Office-wide call recording in Dialpad.
Enable Call Recording for Shared Lines
Main Line & Department
From Dialpad.com, navigate to Admin Settings > Office/Main Line or Departments > Advanced Settings > Automatic Call Recording.
Select Automatically Record All Calls to this Department, then Dialpad will record all calls.
Since automatic call recording does not apply to transferred calls, the recipient of the transfer must then manually record the call.
Admins for Main Lines and Departments will find call recordings in the Shared Line's inbox as well as in the Call History menu. Keep in mind that only Admins assigned to the Shared Line are able to access these call recordings, not Operators.
Dialpad allows you to play a greeting for callers before connecting with an Operator to indicate the call is being recorded. In some jurisdictions, this is required by law.
Premade greetings are available, but you may record or upload a custom greeting instead.
From the Dialpad app, navigate to Admin Settings > Call Centers > Advanced Settings > Automatic Call Recording & Transcription.
You'll see call recording can be turned on for both inbound and inbound calls, and Admins are able to create an exception list as well as a call recording greeting.
Please review this Help Center article to learn more about call recording for a Call Center.
Operator & Agent View for Call Recording
Operators and Agents assigned to a Shared Line with call recording will see an indicator at the top of an active call.
Enable Call Recording for Users
From Dialpad.com, navigate to Admin Settings > Office > Office Settings > Office-wide Settings > Making Calls.
Select Allow Team Members to Record Their Calls, then determine if the caller should be notified that the call is being recorded. If you opt-in to notifying the caller, they will hear "this call is being recorded" at the start of the call.