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I just started my own small business and set up a zoom phone number. I am still working part-time at my former job until they can find a replacement. My former employer also used Zoom phones.
Here is the question, I'd like to connect to both systems during the workday on one computer, so I can monitor both while working. Is there any way to do this or is the only solution to open the different systems on different computers?
Thanks for any insight.
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@PJ901 , if you are referring Zoom phone admin page, you can log in to different admin page by using different browser(i.e one using Chrome and another using firefox) and/or using incognito mode on each browser to ensure it will not interfere with the current user account logged in to the client.
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