Getting started with Zoom Contact Center (agents)


Zoom Contact Center is an omnichannel contact center that's optimized for video and integrated into the same Zoom experience. Zoom Contact Center brings unified communications together with contact center capabilities.

For example, let’s say your organization is a software firm that supports customers in the US and Canada who use MacBooks and Windows laptops. If a French-speaking customer calls in asking for troubleshooting the Windows client, Zoom Contact Center can route them to a tech support agent that speaks French and is proficient with handling issues for Windows.

This article covers:

Prerequisites for using Zoom Contact Center as an agent

Initial setup

If your Zoom admin assigned you a Zoom Contact Center license, you will see Contact Center in the Zoom web portal navigation menu, and the Contact Center tab in the Zoom desktop client.

Before taking inbound calls, follow these steps to get started:

  1. Sign in to the Zoom desktop client.
  2. Click the Contact Center tab.
    You will be prompted to allow Zoom access to your microphone.
  3. Click Allow to allow Zoom to use your microphone.
    Note: This is required to use contact center features.
  4. In the status drop-down menu located in the top-left corner, select your status, view which queues you belong to, and determine which queue to receive notifications from.

Basic features while in a customer engagement

While in an active engagement, use these features:

Basic features after a customer engagement

While in the wrap-up period for an engagement, use these features: