Supported desk phone features Follow

Overview

The following table provides the list of features available on supported devices.

Prerequisites

  • Provisioned desk phone

This article covers:

Comparison

Click the embedded links to learn more about each feature.

Feature Polycom Yealink Cisco AudioCodes

In-call controls

Hold / resume calls
Transfer calls
View and manage voicemail
Set up call forwarding (see note A)   Partial   Partial
Elevate to Zoom meeting        
Call flip (see note B) Partial Partial    
Sync in-call status with Zoom Desktop Client and Mobile App  

Additional features

Set status to Do Not Disturb
(see note C)
Partial Partial Partial  
Multiple line keys assigned to direct phone numbers  
Call delegation and shared lines
(see note D)
Partial Partial    
Contacts directory sync        

Administration

Sync time with NTP server
Set custom admin password and language
Set custom time format and zone
TLS and SRTP
Assisted provisioning
Zero touch provisioning Only VVX series phones  

Custom firmware required

     

Auto firmware upgrade

 

Provision templates (see note E)

Partial Partial Partial  

 

Note (A): Call forwarding from desk phones only works if the forward-to number is an external PSTN number or a Zoom Phone user/extension that is in the same SIP zone.

Note (B): Call flip is not supported on these models.

  • Polycom: OBi302, OBi508, SoundPoint 335, SoundPoint 550, SoundPoint 650, SoundStation 5000, SoundStation 6000, Trio 8500, Trio 8800
  • Yealink: CP920, CP960, W56P, W60P

Note (C): Setting your status to Do Not Disturb on a desk phone will block incoming call notifications. The Do Not Disturb status does not sync with the Zoom Desktop Client or Mobile App.

Note (D): The following phone models support shared line appearance. Models not on this list might support some call delegation features like making and receiving calls, but won’t show the status of shared lines.

  • Polycom: VVX150, VVX250, VVX350, VVX450
  • Yealink: T42S, T46S, T48S, T54, T56, T58, VP59

Note (E): Provision templates are supported on these models.

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