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Workitems

Workitems, called Open Media by Genesys Digital channels, are documents that might be directed to you for handling. They include many media types, such as faxes or PDFs, that you might have to view while you are handling interactions of another type, such as email.

The Workitem interaction window enables you to view all of the information necessary to handle a workitem.

How do I handle a workitem?

Typical actions you can take with a workitem are:

  • GAPI 900 Workitem Transfer Icon.png to transfer the workitem to another agent.
  • View the associated case data.
  • Add a note or disposition code.
  • Mark it as done.
  • Move it to your in-progress workbin to work on later.

Watch the video to see what happens when a workitem arrives at a workstation.

How can I get help with a workitem?

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  • Check the associated case data for information that might help you.
  • Call the contact, if your site has this feature and their number is available in your contacts list.
  • GAPI 900 Consultation Icon.png to start a consultation with a team member. 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.

If you are transferring the workitem to someone else, you can add your own notes or instructions for that person to review.

Transferring a Workitem

To transfer a workitem that you have accepted, click the Workitem Transfer (GAPI 900 Workitem Transfer Icon.png) is displayed. Choose a transfer target. The target must be set up to receive interactions of the type of the workitem. Select <workitem type> Transfer.

If the target accepts the interaction, the interaction window on your desktop closes.

If the target rejects the interaction, the interaction window reopens on your desktop and displays an error that informs you that the target has rejected the interaction.

What next?

Top 5 topics

  1. Getting Started
  2. Navigating Agent Desktop
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  4. Contacts
  5. Contact and interaction history
This page was last modified on October 2, 2019, at 05:10.

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