The Mac's FaceTime application, as of macOS Sierra, presents a very simplified call log (call history) in its main window:
- For any given contact,
- only a (time-stamped) SINGLE entry for the MOST RECENT conversation is shown,
- WITHOUT indicator as to whether the call was INCOMING or OUTGOING.
- Only missed calls (printed in red) imply the call direction (they're by definition incoming).
- WITHOUT information about the DURATION of the (most recent) call.
With phone calling via Continuity enabled, iPhone-mediated calls are shown in the same fashion.
Contrast this with the iOS 10 Phone app, which shows a full call log.
Is there a way to gain access to the full call log on a Mac, providing all the information that the iOS Phone app exposes?
Note: Ideally, there'd be a way to access the full call log from within the FaceTime application (I don't think there is), but I'm open to any Mac-based solution (physically accessing the iPhone that mediates the phone calls is not an option).