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enable-bulk-cancel-and-export-callback

Section: lab
Default Value: false
Valid Values: true, false
Changes Take Effect: Immediately
Introduced: 8.5.110.07
Discontinued: 8.5.111.04

Enables the bulk export of cancelled Callback records in the Callback UI.

In 8.5.111.04, this option was renamed disable-bulk-cancel-and-export-callback.

_wait_for_user_confirm

Section: General
Default Value: false
Valid Values: Boolean
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


True to wait for confirmation of the customer's availability. If this option is set to true, the service sends a push notification to the customer's device to get confirmation that the customer is ready to have a conversation with the agent. This scenario is possible only if the _wait_for_agent option is set to true.

_request_queue_time_stat

Section: Scheduled Call
Default Value:
Valid Values:
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Statistic used to define when a request should be submitted to the Callback Orchestration execution service. The request_execution_time_buffer value and request_queue_time_stat statistic options define when a queued request should be submitted to the execution service. For example, you can use the ExpectedWaitTime statistic to set this option: "ExpectedWaitTime;Queue;8999@SIP_Server;Environment"

_urs_virtual_queue

Section: URS Queueing
Default Value: {Specify virtual queue to be used by strategy}
Valid Values: string
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Virtual queue (alias) to which the service request will be added.

_ttl

Section: General
Default Value: 86400
Valid Values: integer
Changes Take Effect: Immediately
Modified: 8.5.107.15, 8.5.109.05

Duration (in seconds) for which the service will be kept in storage after the Desired Time is passed (Time To Live). Once expired, the service is removed from the system. For example, if you want the callbacks to be visible in the Service Management UI for one week past the execution time, then you should set 7 days of Time To Live, which means _ttl=604800.

This option is mandatory.

_desired_time

Section: Scheduled Call
Default Value:
Valid Values: UTCDate
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Callback desired time. Format is ISO 8601 (in UTC) 'yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss.SSSZ'. For example: '2013-05-28T15:30:00.000Z'

Manage Callbacks

The Callback UI displays the list of Callbacks that are still alive. After the Callback due date (which is the _desired_time parameter), the service record will appear in the UI for the amount of time configured in the _ttl parameter (in seconds).

Callback states

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Callback records can have the following states:

  • SCHEDULED - Request is handled by Callback Management service (there are no sessions started in ORS). While in this state, the request will be handled by Management when the specified desired_time is upcoming.
  • QUEUED - Callbacks actively waiting for agent in ORS/URS; agent not assigned yet.
  • ROUTING - Agent is reserved but the call is not yet routed to the agent.
  • PROCESSING - Callback being handled by assigned agents.
  • COMPLETED - Callback was completed with _callback_reason, for example, timed-out, cancelled, and so on.

Mobile Services Administration overview

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The following features are available:

  • The dropdown at the top left gives you the option to display Callbacks using a pre-defined range for the past day, week, or month; or for the next day, week, or month.
  • Refresh – You can force the interface to refresh the list of Callbacks.
  • Search Box – You can select a column field in the dropdown at the right of the Search Box. Then, the interface filters the results dynamically as you type.

Limitations of the Interface

  • The total number of callbacks that the table can display is 100000.
  • Callbacks are displayed in pages of 100 items for Internet Explorer and 250 for other browsers.
  • There is a dropdown which you can select to get pre-defined ranges or set a custom range.

Advanced options

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Advanced Options - Opens a new window where you can customize how the Callback Management table displays:

  • Add Column Field - You can add your own custom column field to display in the table. This option can be useful when you have created your own properties that you want to display in the table. You can add more than one field, which will display in the same column. In this case, to enhance readability in the single column, you can use the Alias option, and create a short name to display.
  • Filter Table by States and Service - You can include one or more states to display in the table, and/or you can select a service to display in the table. Note: You can only select one service at a time to display.
  • Max # of Callbacks per Service - Default is 500.

Create or Schedule a Callback

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You can submit or schedule a callback request by clicking Create Callback. A new dialog opens and you can add a new Callback to be displayed. You can select the Callback Type and Service Name, add your own properties to the Callback, and enter the following Callback Parameters:

  • No results - Your Callback number.
  • _urs_virtual_queue - Queue to use for this Callback if several virtual queues are used for Callback with identical configuration. If you are defining the _urs_virtual_queue here, you must then remove this option from the Callback Service (through Genesys Administrator), because it cannot be defined in both places.
  • _request_queue_time_stat - Queue statistics. For example, "ExpectedWaitTime;Queue;8999@SIP_Server;Environment".
Important
Make sure to set _wait_for_user_confirm to false in the selected service.

Edit a Callback

In the Callback table, for Callbacks that can be edited, a blue pencil displays in the last column. Clicking this pencil displays the edit options for that Callback.

  • You can choose to reschedule the Callback (only for SCHEDULED Callbacks).
  • You can choose to cancel the Callback.

Callback-UI-Cancel1Callback.png

Get Additional Details about the Queued State

You can expand the QUEUED state to get ORS-level diagnostics about the queued Callback. GMS-CLBCK-ExpandQueueState.png

The following information can be displayed:

  • Estimated wait time: The estimated time that the customer will wait for the callback. For example: 46.5 seconds
  • Position in queue: The callback's current position in the queue. For example: 3
  • Agents Logged in: The number of agents that have logged in. For example: 3
  • Callback type: The type of callback. For example: WAIT_FOR_AGENT
  • Callback version: The version of the ORS Callback strategy. For example: v2.39
  • Channel: The callback channel. For example: WEB
  • Dial attempt number: The number of dials that the agent has attempted. For example: 2
  • Dial Result: The result of the callback dial. For example: PUSH_DELIVERY_NOT_CONFIRMED
  • EWT at first outbound call: The estimated wait time when the first outbound call happened. For example: 22.5
  • EWT at callback offer: The estimated wait time when the callback is offered. For example: 0
  • Is snoozed: Shows whether the callback is snoozed or not. For example: false
  • ORS session ID: ORS session ID of the callback. For example: 00NEEH6C74C6NAC01G015B5AES000005
  • Position at first outbound call: The callback's position in the queue when the first outbound call happened. For example: 3
  • Position at callback offer: The callback's position in the queue when the callback is offered. For example: 3
  • Current priority: The callback's priority. For example: 0
  • Routing target: The callback's target or skill expression. For example: GMSCallbackAgents@stat.GA
  • Time of first outbound call: The time when the first outbound call happened. For example: 1/3/2017 11:26:21
  • Time callback was accepted: The time when the callback is accepted. For example: 1/3/2017 11:26:02
  • Time of next outbound call: The time when the next outbound call happened. For example: 1/3/2017 11:27:24

Bulk Cancel and Export of Callback Records

Important
First enable this feature in your GMS configuration by creating a lab section in your GMS application, then by setting enable-bulk-cancel-and-export-callback to true.

Bulk Cancel

Make sure to select an appropriate Time Range to filter callbacks, then make a callback selection to activate the Cancel Callbacks button. When you click this button, the Cancel Callbacks Confirmation dialog opens, displaying the selected callback cancellations.

Callback-UI-CancelInTimeRangeCallback.png

You can either:

  • Continue with the selections you have made and click confirm to cancel them.
  • Check Cancel All Callbacks In Current Time Range, to override your previous callback selections and delete all callbacks in the current time range. In that case, the list of displayed callbacks disappears from the dialog window. Confirm to cancel the records.

Callback-UI-CancelInTimeRangeCallbackConfirm.png

The resulting display shows all the callbacks that you have selected to cancel and that are now in COMPLETED(CANCELLED_BY_ADMIN) state.

Callback-UI-Download.png

Download the Reports

Then, Download Reports dialog can provide two files:

  • Export Cancelled Callbacks allows you to export a CSV file that includes all of the recently cancelled Callbacks. Click the Refresh button beside the label to get an updated report if the one downloaded seems out of date.
  • Cancellation Summary Report is available only if you recently cancelled some callbacks. This report shows the cancellation status of the recently Cancelled Callbacks.

Callback-UI-DownloadDialog.png

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