Yep, I am heavily using Zoom, Teams, Skype to talk to people professionally. Despite this, in the work context, I am surprised how many people do not seem to use any of these tools (limiting themselves to SMS texts or WhatsApp).
It is confusing that, having spent millions over the years on tech to allow people to work remotely, companies seem to be in a tailspin about letting them do so now. Mind you, I have often commented on how remote collaboration tools exist, but nobody wants (or knows how) to use them. How many people really know how all the features of Outlook work? So many times I have suggested to a customer that we share a doc link to work on something, only to be met with "hmm, could you sent it to me by email and I will mark up comments and send it back".
On a personal level, almost nobody I know uses video conferencing, which is odd. I would have thought we would prefer to see our friends and family more than our work colleagues. For F&F it seems that WhatsApp is the clear winner, with multiple group chats established.