FaceTime does let you set a caller ID. If you have many numbers and email addresses linked to FaceTime, you can set which one will serve as your caller ID. This way, the person getting your call will be able to see the same contact, and easily know it’s you. Your phone number, Apple ID email or iCloud email can act as your caller ID. In this guide, we will walk you through how to set your FaceTime Caller ID, plus how to make a FaceTime Video call from your iPhone/iPad/Mac.
Steps to set your FaceTime Caller ID
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
Step 2: Tap on FaceTime.
Step 3: You will need to scroll down to the Caller ID section.
Step 2: Here, you select the number or email you want to set your caller ID as.
That’s it. FaceTime should now use that number or email as the caller ID for that device.
Steps to make a FaceTime Video call from your iPhone/iPad
Step 1: Open the FaceTime app on your iPhone/iPad.
Step 2: Type the name of the contact you want to call in the search bar, and then tap on that contact.
Step 3: Lastly, tap on the video button on the far right.
Note that you will be prompted to select the phone number or email if you have multiple choices.
Steps to make a FaceTime call from your Mac
Step 1: Open the FaceTime app on your Mac by clicking its icon in the dock.
Step 2: Enter the name of the person you want to FaceTime, and click on it.
Step 3: If you have multiple numbers or emails, you will be prompted to select the one you want to call.
Step 4: Now, you will need to wait for the FaceTime session to connect.
That’s it! You are all done. Got any questions about setting your FaceTime Caller ID, or making a FaceTime Video call on your iPhone/iPad/Mac? Do let us know by commenting below.