This post was most recently updated on July 23rd, 2022
The Zoom Phone audio library can be used to customize Zoom Phone audio if you have Zoom Phone enabled on your account. Using a feature known as voicemail greeting, you will be able to customize the message that is played before a call is routed to voicemail.
Here is a list of the call handling settings that these greetings are associated with, so you can see more details about them.
The following topics are covered in this article:
- How to customize audio greetings and hold music
- Call handling audio greetings
Prerequisites for customizing audio greetings and hold music
- The license for Zoom Phone can be found here
How to customize audio greetings and hold music
- Sign in to the Zoom web portal by entering your email address and password.
- Click on the Phone option in the navigation menu.
- Click on the Settings tab at the top of the page.
- The following settings can be accessed by navigating to one of the following locations:
- In the Call Handling section, you can find the following information: Your call handling settings will determine which of these settings you will see depending on what you have chosen. To find out more about the audio greetings used for call handling, please see the table below.
- Greeting & Leave voicemail instruction
- Greeting & Menu
- Message Greeting:
- Leave voicemail instruction
- Others section
- Hold Music:This is the music that plays when you put the call on hold for the other party. It does not matter whether you are using the mobile app, desktop client, or the desk phone provisioned by your administrator, this applies to all three.
- Note: In the case of parked calls, this setting does not apply to them. The call participant on hold will hear the Zoom hold music while on hold because parked calls are placed on hold. As of right now, parked calls cannot be customized with custom hold music.
- Please click on the Audio Library link.
- You can select an existing audio file from your audio library that you would like to listen to. You can also upload your own audio file or record your own audio using the steps in this article.
Call handling audio greetings
Note: Zoom will play a tone as soon as the voicemail greeting has finished so that the recording of the voicemail can begin. In addition, it is not common for an audio prompt to be played after a tone to state “leave a voicemail”. In your voicemail greeting, you have the option of stating these instructions if you wish.
|Routing settings for When a call is not answered||Resulting audio setting|
||Greeting & Leave voicemail instruction: Before your voicemail is routed to your inbox, a recording plays. It is also important to include instructions about how to leave a voicemail in this greeting.|
||Greeting & Menu: The caller is given the option of connecting with an operator and/or leaving a voicemail before the option to speak with the operator plays. IVR menus should be explained in this greeting in order to allow the call handler to better understand the menu.
You will be able to see one of these labels depending on which options you have enabled for this option:
Leave voicemail instruction:
In this example, the caller presses 1 to leave a voicemail after the initial voicemail greeting and the caller hears this message. There should be an instruction in this greeting as to how to leave a voicemail.
|Play a message, then disconnect
|Message Greeting: It plays a custom message for the caller, and then hangs up the phone after it has finished playing.|