There is an event link field that could be used to provide a link to a zoom meeting.
Yes, perhaps I didn’t state it clearly originally: In Spiffy Calendar the popup is raised and an event description is viewed by hovering over it but in Google Calendar an event is viewed only by clicking on it (not by hovering). In Spiffy Calendar, if an event is configured with a hyperlink, clicking on the event activates the hyperlink immediately and the user is taken directly to the destination. If the destination is a zoom meeting, it goes directly to the zoom meeting; users who are unaware of this might not even see the description of the event. This is counterintuitive for many people who would instinctively look at the events on the calendar and click on the one that is of interest to them. But on Google Calendar, clicking on the event always brings up the popup first so that the visitor can see the description of the event before deciding to pursue it further.
However this is not a huge issue; Spiffy Calendar is still the best overall. I was just wondering how difficult it would be to modify it so that clicking the event (before pausing to hover) would always bring up the popup.
This might be a possibility as an option on a future release. Thanks for your feedback.
Actually I had forgotten to mention this aspect of it:
The thing that makes this a bit more urgent is that on mobile there is no such thing as “hover” …there is only “click”. So on mobile, if the event is configured with a link and the link is a link to a zoom meeting then as soon as the visitor touches that event title he is immediately taken to the zoom meeting (without an option to see the description first). And, of course, the concept of “mobile first development” puts this in a new light.