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Zoom Phone

Using Zoom Phone

Calls made externally will show your assigned Fresno State phone number. Your name appearance will be shown with the name that is in your Zoom account profile. This is you DEFAULT Outbound Caller ID.

How is your Caller ID displayed when I make a call?
The default outbound caller ID that is displayed when you make:

  • Internal Fresno State Calls — Display Name and Zoom Phone extension. When calling a internal extention, you Caller ID cannot be changed whether you set your caller ID to be your personal number or other number
  • External calls — Display Name and Zoom Phone extension or Name and Number od Shared Line Group if applicable.
     Note: The transmission of Caller ID can vary based on the carrier(s) through which the call is passed.

How to Set Your Caller ID
You can set your Caller ID in the Zoom Desktop app or the campus Zoom portal (https://fresnostate.zoom.us)

Setting Caller ID from Fresno State Zoom Portal

  1. Log in to Fresno State Zoom Portal (https://fresnostate.zoom.us)
  2. Navigate to the Phone > Settings
  3. Scroll down and click on the Outbound Caller ID drop-down menu.
  4. Select the Caller ID you want to set as you default.
  5. Click Save

Setting Caller ID from Zoom Desktop Application

  1. Launch the Zoom desktop app on your device.
  2. Sign in with SSO.
  3. Navigate to the Phone tab.
  4. Set your Caller ID from the menu located below the dial pad.

Setting your Caller ID from Desk phone
You can set your caller ID for your desk phone from the campus Zoom portal (https://fresnostate.zoom.us). 

NOTE: Do not set your outbound caller ID using the phone's interface.

  1. Log in to Fresno State Zoom Portal (https://fresnostate.zoom.us)
  2. Navigate to the Phone > Settings.
  3. Scroll down to Keys & Positions in the Desk Phone section, and click View or Edit..
  4. Click Manage Key and set your caller ID.
     

For more Caller ID information, please consult Zoom's online documentation via the link below.

Frequently asked questions about caller ID

https://support.zoom.com/hc/en/article?id=zm_kb&sysparm_article=KB0063187

While on a call, you can make it a conference call by clicking the Add Call button in the in-call controls. Search for the person's name or dial their 10-digit number. While the second call is placed, the first call is on hold. Click the Merge icon to join all three parties together.

You can have at most a 3-party call. If you need to make it a larger call, click the Meet button and make it a Zoom meeting. You can invite additional participants as you normally do in a Zoom meeting. (Participants who don't have Zoom can use the dial-in number.)

While in a call, you can:

Access in-call controls like Hold, Mute, Add a Call, Meet, Transfer and much more.
Start a Zoom Meeting with the other person on the call.
Use Hold to call flip—switch the device you are using for the call (e.g., change from desktop app to cell phone app, or vice versa).
Call history - after each call, you can see your call history for inbound and outbound.  You can also listen to your voicemails from the Zoom App or Desktop.

Place or receive phone calls with the Zoom App on your desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet.

In the App - be sure to use your Fresno State Zoom account.  If unsure, it is recommended that you click Sign Out, and Log in to fresnostate.zoom.us and sign in using Signle Sign On (SSO) option.

After setup, you can start making and receiving calls using Zoom Phone on your device.

Making a call - use the dial pad to search through the directory in Zoom by typing the name of the person.  If they have a Zoom phone, their name and phone number will appear after the first three letters are typed in.   Once their name appears, their profile picture will display a small icon showing their status (On a call, in a Meeting, Away, etc.).

When placing calls outside of the campus, within the US and Canada, dial the 10-digit number if outside the 559 area code.  Dialing a 7 for an external call is no longer necessary.  

Use the in-call control button with the phone-to-phone icon (Transfer) to transfer calls. You have three options when transferring calls in the Zoom app. (If you have a telephone handset, see its documentation for its capabilities.)

  • Warm Transfer: Places your call on hold while you complete the transfer. This option is useful if you need to navigate an automated answering machine for the caller or if you want to speak to the receiving party before your call is transferred.
  • Blind Transfer: Transfers the call to the number and immediately hangs up your call. If there are any phone menu prompts, the other party will have to complete them.
  • Transfer to Voicemail: Transfers the call to the voicemail of a specified phone number. This transfer method might not work for all numbers. You can also transfer to voicemail by using DTMF codes (keypad codes using *).
    Be aware: When transferring a call, the caller ID displayed to the party receiving the transfer depends on whether they're an internal or external number.

If you chose the voicemail option in Settings, Zoom Phone forwards all unanswered and declined inbound calls to your voicemail. You can use the Zoom desktop or mobile app or the web portal to play and manage your voicemail messages.

You will also receive an email with an attached .mp3 file. If you delete the email, the voicemail will still be in the Zoom app. If you delete the voicemail in the Zoom app and have not directly deleted the email, you will still have the message in your email.

The Zoom app, web portal, and email will also provide a transcription of the message.

Get Support

If you have any questions or problems, you can always call Help Center at 278-5000. You can also create a ticket by clicking on the button below.
Create a Ticket for Zoom Phone

Using the Zoom Phone Mobile App

(This viideo covers how to download, install and use Zoom Phone on mobile devices)