I've used Slack calls occasionally, and they generally seem to work well—but have you found Slack calls good enough to replace Zoom?
How do you hope Zoom improves to make your video calls and webinars better?
What was the main feature that got you to switch?
If people call in, do they count as a participant? What if they have audio on, but video turned off?
Slack has built-in calling functionality, but my team always uses Zoom. Zoom feels more reliable, but I'm curious if many teams get by with just the Slack Calls feature.
If you switched from GoToMeeting, are there any features you miss in Zoom?
Hangouts always seemed to kill my laptop battery—is Zoom less resource intensive? How does it compare otherwise?
Does Zoom charge you for the whole year upfront, or give you a discount on your monthly fee?
We've gotten by for years on one paid account that we use to start longer meetings. Does your team use similar tricks, or do you pay for your whole company?
We try to keep our meetings short, so the free plan is still working for us. What pushed your team to start paying for Zoom?