You can see if someone called you from their work or mobile number, and then call them back at the same number. If there isn't a number under the person's name, it was a Webex call.

Meetings show a Webex address (for example, bsong@<company name>.webex.com) or the name of a space you're in with two or more people.

If you're set up with Webex Calling, your call history synchronizes across your desktop and mobile apps as well as your desk phone. So, you can see the meeting that you joined from your computer in the call history of your mobile app.

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Go to and select All to see all the calls or meetings you've had or select Missed to filter by the ones you've missed.

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You can call someone back right from your call history by hovering over an entry and choosing whether to make it an Audio or Video call.

Calls from other people using Webex give you the option to send a message or call them.

But, phone calls from people who aren't using Webex just give you the option to return the call.

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Right-click an entry in your call history to access a list of options at your fingertips. The list of options may differ depending on how the person called you, whether they're also using Webex, or whether they have their Personal Meeting Room set up.

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Go to to see all the calls you've made or received in Webex or meetings you've had. If you've missed any, they appear in red.

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Tap an entry to return a call with audio right from the call history.

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Swipe left (iPhone and iPad) or long press (Android) on an entry to delete it:

  • Tap Delete to delete the selected entry.
  • Tap Select More, Select All, then Delete to delete all entries.
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Tap next to an entry to get more details about that call or meeting, such as the time and the duration. You can also call the person back from the call details window.

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Go to and select All to see all the calls or meetings you've had or select Missed to filter by the ones you've missed.

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Hover over an entry and select Call to call right from the call history.