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Revision as of 17:41, June 30, 2020

This topic is part of the manual Agent Desktop Agent's Guide for version Current of Agent Desktop.

The controls and features that let you handle voice interactions with contacts or team members.

Important
  • Due to continual changes to Agent Desktop, screen shots in this manual might show interface elements that are not yet available for this product or might not accurately reflect what you see in the product when you use it.
  • Some Workspace Agent Desktop features are available only for PureEngage Cloud users.
  • Some Workspace Agent Desktop features are available only for PureEngage On-Premises users.
The Voice Interaction Window enables you to handle a voice interaction with an internal target. You can communicate with other agents or internal targets by using the Team Communicator toolbar in the Main Window view, or from the Voice Interaction view while you are handling an active call with a Contact.

GAPI 900 Voice Call Overview.png

How do I handle an incoming call?

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What is a voice interaction?

A voice interaction is a view that is displayed on your Agent Desktop when you accept an inbound call. It includes all the call controls, information about the call (Case Information), and Disposition and Note tabs where you can add information about the call. There might also be tabs on the right side of the view that contain contact information, history, and other features.

Use the Contact tab to review the contact information, such as name, phone number, and email address.

What can I do with a voice interaction?

  • Handle it myself
  • Handle it myself with help
  • Transfer it
    • Instantly GAPI Instant Voice Transfer Icon 900.png
    • After a consultation. If you want to perform a warm transfer or a two-step transfer, click Consult to talk to the consultation target and then click Transfer to transfer the call.
  • End the call GAPI End Call Button 900.png

How do I know when a call is directed to me?

When a call is directed to you a pop-up notification is displayed on your desktop. You might also hear a ringing tone. The Interaction Notification view displays Case Data that is defined by your administrator. Case Data can help you decide whether you should Accept or Reject the call.

GAPI 900 Interaction Preview.png

Important
  • Your account might be set up for auto-answer. In that case, calls are accepted for you automatically.
  • In some environments, the Reject option is not available.

In some environments, you will receive a call preview, which looks just like the Interaction Notification view, before the call is connected and your contact hears your phone ringing. The call preview lets you decide whether to connect to the call or put the call back in queue. If a contact directly dials you, call preview is by-passed and you will receive the normal Interaction Notification, even if you are not in the Ready state.

What if the caller is Anonymous?

In some contact centers, inbound calls might be anonymous. In this case, there is no information to identify the contact in the interaction view or in the Contact tab.

If an anonymous caller provides you with Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and it is your corporate policy to add the PII to the Contact tab, then the caller is no longer anonymous and Agent Desktop will search for the contact in the contact database. Enter the PII into the contact search field and select the contact from the search results then click Assign to assign the interaction to the contact.

If no matching contact is found, click GAPI 900 AddContactButton.png to create a new contact. Add the contact information and click Save.

If you transfer, conference, or consult the call, it remains anonymous to the other party. The call also remains anonymous to Supervisors monitoring the call.

GAPI 900 Anonymous Consultation Call.png

How do I expand or collapse panes to avoid scrolling?

Use the little chevrons (up/down arrows) to expand or collapse different parts of the interaction view to give yourself more room to work or to enable you to focus on just one pane.

GAPI 900 Voice Collapse Expand Chevron.gif

Videos about handling calls

Here are some quick videos to show you some of the things you can do while handling a call.

Where can I get help to handle a call?

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If you want to perform a warm transfer or a two-step transfer, click Consult to talk to the consultation target and then click Transfer to transfer the call.


What other actions can I take during a call?

You can:

  • Record the call
  • Hold GAPI Hold Call Button 900.png and resume GAPI Retrieve Call Button 900.png
  • Dial digits GAPI Open DTMF Keypad Button 900.png without using your phone. For instance, you can use this dialer when you are navigating a phone system.
  • View and modify contact information in the Contact tab.
  • View the contact's interaction history in the Contact tab.
  • Sometimes Workspace is unable to assign a call to a contact or it assigns the call to the wrong contact. Your account might be set up to let you assign or change a contact in the Contact tab.

How do I control the volume of my headset and mute myself?

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If you use Genesys Softphone, your administrator can set up the controls for your microphone and speakers on your headset to let you mute and unmute yourself and/or your contact, and let you control the volume of your microphone and speakers.

Depending on how things are set up, you might see different configurations of buttons:

  • Mute/unmute your microphone:
    GAPI 900 Microphone Button.png
  • Adjust the volume of your microphone:
    GAPI 900 Microphone Volume Button.png
  • Mute/unmute your speaker:
    GAPI 900 Speaker Button.png
  • Adjust the volume of your speaker:
    GAPI 900 Speaker Volume Button.png

What do I do at the end of a call?

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What happens when I put someone on hold?

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You can see how long you have placed a caller on hold, if enabled.

After you click Hold (GAPI Hold Call Button 900.png), a timer and progress bar begin to count the seconds that the call is on hold.

The progress bar changes from green to yellow to red as time goes by. If the progress bar changes to red, the call has been on hold too long and you should click Resume (GAPI Retrieve Call Button 900.png) to update the contact and let them know that they are still on the call.

How do I manually select a Caller Identification?

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When you make a call, you might have to choose a Caller Identification to be displayed on the phone of the contact. This feature might also be enabled for calls that you are transferring or conferencing.

The person you call sees the Caller ID you select. The previous Caller ID that you selected is selected by default. To hide your identity, you can select Anonymous if available. Ask your supervisor about when to use this feature.

How do I record a call?

The Call Recording functionality enables you to record the current voice interaction with a contact or an internal target. Agent Desktop supports two different types of call recording: emergency recording and controlled call recording. Your system administrator configures the type of call recording that is supported in your environment.

If your account is set up for emergency recording, you can start and stop recording by using a single toggle button.

If your account is set up for controlled recording, you can start a recording, pause a recording, resume a recording, and end a recording.

In addition, you might also be configured for automatic or system-guided recording. If this is the case, you will receive a notification that recording is in progress.

Call recording enables you to perform the following functions:

  • Record the call — Select Record the Call (GAPI SIP Record Call Button 900.png) to record a call.
  • Stop recording the call — Select Stop Recording the Call (GAPI SIP Stop Record Call Button 900.png) to stop recording a call that you are currently recording.
  • Pause recording the call — Select Pause Recording the Call (GAPI SIP Pause Record Call Button 900.png) to pause recording a call that you are currently recording. Not all agents might have this feature.
  • Resume recording the call — Select Resume Recording the Call (GAPI SIP Resume Record Call Button 900.png) to resume recording a call that is currently paused recording.
Tip
Your account might be enabled for either voice recording or screen recording. You can use the call recording buttons to control both voice recording and screen recording.

When you are recording a call, the call icon in the connected-parties area changes to red.

When you pause a call recording, the red call icon changes back to gray.

A Tooltip indicates both that the call is being recorded and the length of time of the recording.

A call-recording icon (GAPI 900 SIP Call Recording In Progress Icon.png) is displayed in the title bar of the Main View when a call recording is active.

How do I forward my calls?

Important
Call forwarding might not be available in your environment.

To forward calls to a different extension or phone number, on the selected media channel, in the Forward column, click No Active Forward and Forward.

This action opens the Forward dialog box. Enter the number to which you want to forward your calls and click Apply. Click Cancel to return to the My Channels tab without forwarding your calls.

If you have an Active Forward set and you want to disable it, on the voice channel, in the Forward column, select Forwarded to <number>, and select Cancel Forward to <number>.

In the Cancel Forward dialog box, select Yes to cancel the forward; this removes the active forward and changes the Forward status to No Active Forward. To keep the forward active, select No.

Important
When an Active Forward is set, no call is received by the application.

How do I call someone back?

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If you are handling a call and the call drops you can call the contact back either by opening Team Communicator, filtering for Recent Calls (GAPI Team Comm Search Recents Button 900.png), and selecting their name, or by opening the Party Action menu and selecting the contact's phone number from the pop-up menu.

What next?

Top 5 topics

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