Zoom is not only for online video meetings. Zoom also offer VOIP solutions, using the same desktop client used for video meetings. It requires a subscription to "Zoom Phone" - read more on the Zoom Phone pricing page.
Prerequisites for using click-to-dial with Zoom Phone
Zoom desktop client for Windows or macOS, 5.2.1 or higher
Click-to-dial: Myphoner Voip Handle must be set to "Default softphone" or "Other/tel protocol" from your user preferences.
Enabling click-to-dial in Windows
Type "default apps" in the Windows search bar.
Click Default apps in the search results.
Scroll down and click Choose default apps by protocol.
Find CALLTO, click Choose a default, then select Zoom Meetings. If you already have an app assigned, click it and select Zoom Meetings.
Find TEL, click Choose a default, then select Zoom Meetings. If you already have an app assigned, click it and select Zoom Meetings.
Using click-to-dial on Windows
Open Myphoner and go to a lead.
Click on the lead phone number.
When prompted, click the option to choose an app to open the link.
Chrome: Click Open Pick an app. Click the checkbox if you want Chrome to automatically open Zoom when you click on phone numbers.
Firefox: Select Pick an app and click Open link. Click the checkbox if you want Firefox to automatically open Zoom when you click on phone numbers.
If prompted, select Zoom Meetings and select Always use this app.
Zoom Phone will dial the selected number.
Click the phone icon to call the number. Learn more about making and receiving phone calls in Zoom Phone.
Enabling click-to-dial on MacOS
From the main menu, click FaceTime then Preferences.
Click the Settings tab.
In the Default for calls field at the bottom of the window, select zoom.us.
Note: If zoom.us is not visible in the list of options, sign out and sign back in to your macOS.