It's so much easier than the voicemail provided by Verizon.
An Android User
In all fairness to YouMail, I want to revise my last review. I had said that in trying to uninstall YouMail from my iPhone 6s that I had incredible difficulty and spent hours on the phone with T-Mobile. With the help of T-Mobile I finally was successful in uninstalling YouMail from my phone. T-Mobile had me try two things, which if I had tried on my own, with no doubt would have done the trick. After entering the same codes that YouMail said to use, Tmobile had me reset the network settings and then reboot the phone. I'm surprised that I didn't think of it on my own, especially the part about doing a simple reboot. So I'm now giving the app the five stars it truly deserves!
Back to using YouMail full time and loving it.
A quick update as to why I had difficulties. I'm using a note 8 on the Sprint network. Apparently at some point I had turned on wifi calling. I had read that this caused problems so I turned it off with a toggle switch within the wifi calling setting. A few days ago however I went back into the wifi calling setting and reactivated it to discover that there is a more definitive way to deactivate the wifi calling. Once I fully deactivated wifi calling I had no issues getting conditional call forwarding to work. It's great to be back.