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Co-browse Detail Report

Use this report to view segment-related details pertaining to agent handling of contact center interactions that include Co-browse sessions. The report provides detailed information about Co-browse sessions, including durations, browsing modes, and pages visited.

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Understanding the Co-browse Detail Report

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This report provides detailed information about Co-browse sessions, on an agent-by-agent bases, including Interaction durations, Co-browse session durations, Co-browse modes, and details about the pages visited.

To get a better idea of what this report looks like, view sample output from the report:
Sample Co-browse Detail Report.pdf

The following tables explain the prompts you can select when you generate the report, and the metrics and attributes represented in the report:

Prompts for the Co-browse Detail Report

All prompts in this report are optional; run them with no value to return all available data.

Prompt Description
Pre-set Day Filter Choose a day from the list of preset options. This prompt overrides the Start Time and End Time values.
Start Time Choose the day and time from which to begin collecting data into the report. This prompt has no effect if Pre-set Day Filter is set to anything except None.
End Time Choose the day and time at which to stop collecting data into the report. This prompt has no effect if Pre-set Day Filter is set to anything except None.
Agent Name Choose an agent on which to focus the report.
Last Queue From the list, choose a queue on which to focus the report. The report will include only interactions that traveled through the selected queue immediately before the interaction was handled.
Last VQueue From the list, choose a virtual queue on which to focus the report. The report will include only interactions that traveled through the selected queue immediately before the interaction was handled.
Media Type Optionally, select the type of media to include in the report—for example, VOICE or CHAT.
Interaction ID Optionally, select an Interaction ID on which to focus the report.

Attributes used in Co-browse Detail Report

Attribute Description
Media Type This attribute enables data within the reporting interval to be organized by the media type from which the Co-browse session was initiated (voice or chat).
Handling Agent Name This attribute enables data within the reporting interval to be organized by the name of the Agent who assisted the customer in the co-browse session.
Queue This attribute enables data within the reporting interval to be organized by the Queue from where the Co-browse interaction was routed to an agent. Co-browse is a part of the voice or chat interaction, so technically the primary interaction routed is voice or chat.
VQueue This attribute enables data within the reporting interval to be organized by the Queue from where the Co-browse interaction was routed to an agent. Co-browse is a part of the voice or chat interaction, so technically the primary interaction routed is voice or chat.

Metrics used in the Co-browse Detail Report

Metric Description Metric source
Interaction ID Interaction ID of the voice or chat. INTERACTION_FACT_GI2.INTERACTION_ID
Interaction Start Time Interaction Start Time of the voice or chat. INTERACTION_FACT_GI2.START_TS_TIME
Interaction End Time Interaction End Time of the voice or chat. INTERACTION_FACT_GI2.END_TS_TIME
Interaction Duration The duration of the interaction that started and ended. Calculated as interaction end time minus interaction start time (END_TS - START_TS).
Co-browse Session ID The unique identifier of the Co-browse session. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.SESSION_TOKEN
Co-browse Start Time The time when the Co-browse session started. Each interaction can contain multiple Co-browse sessions. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.SESSION_START_TIME
Co-browse End Time The time when the Co-browse session ended. Each interaction can contain multiple Co-Browse sessions. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.SESSION_END_TIME
Co-browse Duration The duration of the co-browse session. Calculated as Co-browse session end time minus Co-browse session start time (SESSION_END_TIME_TS - SESSION_START_TIME_TS).
Mode Start Time The start time of the mode in the Co-browse session. A Co-browse session can contain multiple mode sessions. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.SEGMENT_START_TIME
Mode The mode (POINTER or WRITE) that was used in the session. In POINTER sessions, the agent observes while the caller browses the web page, whereas in WRITE sessions, the agent can actively click or enter data on the web page. COBROWSE_MODE.SEGMENT_MODE
Mode End Time The end time of the mode in the Co-browse session. A Co-browse session can contain multiple mode sessions. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.SEGMENT_END_TIME
Page Start Time The time when the page was loaded or reloaded during the Co-browse session. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.PAGE_START_TIME
Page Title The title of the Web page on which the Co-browse session happens. The report shows one entry for each page co-browsed during the session. COBROWSE_PAGE.PAGE_TITLE
Page URL The URL of the Web page on which the Co-browse session happens. The report shows one entry for each page co-browsed during the session. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.PAGE_START_TIME
Page End Time The time when the Co-browse session moved to the next page, or ended. COBROWSE_FACT_GI2.PAGE_END_TIME
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