A chat product should be the glue that holds the pieces of a communications platform together, connecting the tools you need in one centralized space so you can share and organize important information. That’s how we approach things at Zoom — Zoom Team Chat serves as a collaboration hub that unifies meetings, mail and calendar, phone, whiteboard, and more in one centralized client. It can also bring many of your favorite work applications right into the Zoom client.
Zoom Team Chat is integrated into the Zoom platform to enable continuity across your communication channels, and the same goes for its integrations. So many Zoom Team Chat integrations are designed to create that same sense of continuity, making chat a single source of truth not just across Zoom solutions, but also the broader workplace collaboration space. There are a few ways to leverage these integrations to stay on top of things:
- Manage high-priority projects and stay productive: Whether you’re using Jira, Asana, Confluence, or Trello to stay on top of tasks, you can add their integrations to get notifications, keep organized, and track projects directly in Zoom Team Chat. So you can spend less time tracking down information and have more time to get work done.
- Keep customer information up to date: When you’re building relationships with customers, you need to pay attention to detail. Integrations like Salesforce for Team Chat and Microsoft Dynamics bring record updates right into Zoom Team Chat, so you don’t have to switch back and forth to update and manage virtual customer details.
- Share important info and docs: Take notes or store documents in Google Drive or Evernote? Now you can do the same thing, right in Zoom Team Chat. With these integrations, you can quickly jot down, store, and send information all in one place, so important details don’t slip through the cracks. And for you Microsoft users, stay tuned: there’s a OneDrive integration coming soon.*
*Support for Microsoft OneDrive is currently in beta.