Zoom Phone Features Comparison Follow

Overview

See the table below for a comparison of Zoom Phone features across Zoom's desktop clients (Windows, Mac, Linux) and mobile apps (Android, iOS). Make sure to update your client or app to the latest version to access these features.

You can also view features available on supported desk phones.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • Latest version of the Zoom desktop client or mobile app
  • Zoom Phone license

Comparison

Click the embedded links to learn more about each feature.

Features with an asterisk (*) can be disable by the Zoom Phone admin.

Feature Windows Mac

Linux

Android iOS

Phone Calls and Controls

Make and receive calls  
Select outbound caller ID*    
View detailed incoming call notifications
Dismiss call notifications (continues to ring on your other devices)
Transfer calls
Transfer calls to another Zoom Phone device (call flip) - see note A  
Switch call to Zoom Meeting
Start cloud recording*
Add another person to the call (three-way calling)

Contacts

Search through your internal and external contacts
View contacts synced with Google or Outlook*    
Add synced contacts to Google or Outlook using call history or voicemail*    
View contacts saved on your phone      

Voicemail

Play and delete voicemail messages
Delete several selected voicemail messages at once      
Delete all voicemail messages at once    
Call, copy, or block number of associated voicemail message
Access shared voicemail inbox    

Call History and Recording

View and delete call history and recordings
Delete several selected call history and recording entries at once      
Delete all call history and recording entries at once    
Call, copy, or block number of associated call history or recording entry
Automatic call recordings  

Settings

Enable or disable call queue calls (see note B)  
Show or hide incoming call notifications while in a meeting (see note C)    

Additional Features

Call delegation and shared lines  
Click to dial      

 

Note (A): You can use call flip on Linux if it's the originating device. In other words, you can transfer calls from the Linux desktop client, but you can't transfer calls to the Linux desktop client.

Note (B): If your platform does not support enabling or disabling calls from call queues, you can change this setting in the Zoom web portal.

Note (C): Incoming call notifications on the Zoom mobile app do not display when you are in a meeting using the app.

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