Neither the Zoom Beginners Seminar nor the Zoom Organizer Seminar has done this.
Is it a limited function for those who use it? I also think.
With Zoom, you can call and connect with someone like Skype or Facetime.
To use this feature, each other must have a Zoom account.
Click or tap a contact in the Zoom app
On your computer, enter the email address used by the other party’s Zoom account in this window.
On smartphones, tap “+” in the upper right and tap “Add contact”.
Enter the email address used by the other person’s Zoom account.
The contact is now added.
When the other party is online, “Available” is displayed.
If the meeting room is not open yet, it will say “Meeting” and click here to launch a new meeting room where both parties will be in.
If you want to invite to a meeting room that is already open, there is a button called “Invite to Meeting”.
Click here to invite someone to a meeting room that is already open.
When you tap a contact on your smartphone, a screen like this will appear. Select “Video call”, “Chat”, “Free call”, or “Screen sharing” to call the other party.
When you receive a call on your smartphone, you will see a screen like this with the same ringtone as Skype.
When you receive a call on your computer, you will see a screen like this.
You can only receive calls on your computer when Zoom is running.
To be able to receive calls on your computer at any time, go to “Settings” in the computer app.
Check “Start Zoom when Windows starts”.
This usage of Zoom is almost the same as Skype.
I think it’s a convenient function, but it’s a function that clearly distinguishes between those who use it and those who don’t.