Zoom is a business video calls app that keeps your video and audio clear with up to a thousand participants.
“Our people like the ease and quickness of joining, and the ease of screen sharing. The UI is much better than most products.”
Our global team of about 900 is paying $6900 annually for 48 hosts (Pro Plan) and $6000 annually for 12 Zoom Rooms. We pay $1200 annually for Audio Conferencing Options.
I've used Slack calls occasionally, and they generally seem to work well—but have you found Slack calls good enough to replace Zoom?
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.