Tired of toggling? How you can save time with these chat and phone integrations
Finding ways to bring all of your workflows into one place where you can focus on getting your work done can help save time and money.
Updated on June 25, 2020
Published on August 29, 2018
Zoom is also happy to announce two more features that are useful for our customers that choose to use the phone for audio when joining meetings. First, we’ve made it even easier to join and start meetings when you’re a phone-only user. You can now create meetings that allow hosts and attendees to start and join from their phone only (ie: you don’t need to have anyone join from the Zoom client/app). This feature is free to all customers. You can learn more about the join by phone-only feature in this article. We’ve also added some back-end intelligence to help you avoid accidentally getting a voicemail added to the meeting. Basically, when you call-out to someone’s phone to join a meeting, Zoom will automatically require that person to press 1 before entering the meeting if it take it takes them too long, or too short, a time to answer (indicating that you’ve been sent to voicemail). If SIP-connected audio or the other new audio features may be right for your company, sign up for a personalized 1-1 demo with a Zoom product specialist.