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Section: interaction-workspace
Default Value: false
Valid Values: true, false
Changes Take Effect: When the session is started or restarted.
Dependencies: privilege.SRL.can-use

Enables an agent to perform a Quick Search of the Standard Response Library.


Section: interaction-workspace
Default Value: true
Valid Values: true, false.
Changes Take Effect: When the session is started or restarted.

Enables access to the Standard Response Library functions.

Standard Responses Library

The Standard Responses Library (SRL) enables you to access a database of prewritten standard responses for interactions. Agents can insert these responses as replies into any email or chat message.

Agents can modify the contents of a standard response after inserting it into an email interaction or chat message.

To use the Standard Responses Library, you must set up the multimedia feature in Web Services, by using the features-definition.json file.

Agents can insert these responses as replies into any email, instant messaging, or chat message, or they can read them to the contact during a voice interaction.

Before you begin, ensure the following prerequisites are met:

To enable an agent to access the Universal Contact Server database of prewritten standard responses for interactions:

  1. For information about creating and managing Standard Responses and standard response field codes, refer to Knowledge Manager.
  2. Enable an index search on SRL in the Universal Contact Server configuration.
    • Set the index\enabled option to true.
    • Set the index.srl\enabled option to true.
    For more details about these settings, refer to the eServices (Multimedia) 8.0 User's Guide.
  3. Configure the other Standard Response options to meet the requirements of your environment.
  4. (Optional) Create custom field codes for agents, agent groups, tenants, or at the application level that can be used by Standard Response objects. Use the standard-response.field.<[Agent.]CustomFieldCode> option to specify a custom field code and value, such as an agent nickname, role, department, or other qualification, and then insert the field code into a Standard Response object.

    For example, you could create a set of field codes for a Standard Response for an agent signature such as the following:
    Name: "Signature"
    Text: "<$ Agent.Title $> <$ Agent.FullName $> (< $Agent.NickName$ >) - <$ Agent.Position $>
    <$ Department $>"

    In the Agent annex configure standard-response.field.<[Agent.]CustomFieldCode>:

    • 'interaction-workspace'/'standard-response.field.Agent.Title' = "Ms"
    • 'interaction-workspace'/'standard-response.field.Agent.NickName' = "Beth"
    • 'interaction-workspace'/'standard-response.field.Agent.Position' = "Technical Support Analyst"

    In the Agent Group annex (in Configuration Server):

    • 'interaction-workspace'/'standard-response.field.Department' = "Customer Care"
This page was last edited on May 22, 2018, at 13:13.
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