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Supervising agents

Some workers at contact centers are designated to be Team Leads or Supervisors. In this role, it is your responsibility to ensure that the agents that you supervise are successful.

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.

The Supervisor Role

As a supervisor, your account might be set up to enable you to perform different tasks to manage and support your team and assist with interactions. Supervisor tasks include the following:

Monitor, Coach, and Barge-in

Agent Desktop enables you to monitor, coach, and/or barge-in to voice and/or chat interactions that are being handled by the agents that you supervise.

You can monitor their performance on voice calls and chat interactions, coach them on voice calls and chat interactions as part of their training or to help with a difficult-to-handle contact, or join (barge-in to) a voice call or chat interaction to help the contact directly.

You select which agent or agents to monitor by using the Team Communicator.

Tip
  • You can monitor only one agent at a time on the voice channel.
  • You can monitor several agents simultaneously on the chat channel.
  • If an agent that you want to monitor is logged in to both the voice and chat channels, you can monitor that agent on both channels.

When the agent whom you are monitoring accepts an interaction, an interaction notification is displayed on your desktop. If you accept the interaction, an interaction window is displayed on your desktop, and you are connected to the voice call or chat interaction.

  • If you are monitoring the agent, neither the agent nor the contact can hear you or are aware of your presence unless the agent's account is configured to notify the agent when he or she is being monitored (an icon is displayed in the interaction window), or he or she might be configured to be monitored without his or her knowledge.
  • If you are coaching an agent during a voice call, the agent can hear you, but the contact cannot. If you are coaching an agent during a chat interaction, the agent can see your chat messages, but the contact cannot.
  • You can choose to join (barge-in to) a call or chat interaction that you are monitoring.
  • Agent Desktop enables you to switch from certain team supervision modes to others.

How do I monitor my agents?

You start monitoring an agent in your group by using the Team Communicator to find the agent. In the Action Menu, select Monitor Agent (IW Team Lead Start Monitor Button 850.png).

You can end monitoring an agent by using the Team Communicator and selecting Stop Monitoring in the Action Menu (IW Team Lead Stop Monitor Button 850.png).

You can stop monitoring the current interaction by clicking End Monitoring (IW Team Lead Stop Monitor Button Call Action 850.png) in the Call Actions toolbar in the interaction window.

When you monitor a selected agent who is already handling an interaction, an interaction preview window tells you that the selected agent is handling an interaction. Your account might be set up to let you start monitoring the current voice or chat interaction of an agent; if not, you can monitor the next interaction of the agent.

Monitoring a Voice Interaction

Monitoring an agent who is handling an interaction means that you can listen to a voice interaction between an agent and a contact without the agent or contact being aware that you are listening. Agent accounts can be configured to notify the agent when they are being monitored.

Tip
You can monitor only one voice agent at a time.
  1. Use the Team Communicator in the Main Window to find an agent in the agent group to which you have been assigned as a Supervisor.
    GAPI Monitor Find Agent 900.png
  2. Open the Action Menu for the agent whom you want to monitor and select Monitor Agent.
    GAPI Monitor Action Menu Select Monitor 900.png

    Or, to monitor the next interaction if your account is set up to let you monitor the current or next interaction, open the Action Menu for the agent you want to monitor and select Monitor, then select Agent. To monitor the current interaction, open the Action Menu for the agent you want to monitor and select Monitor, then select Current Voice Interaction.

    GAPI Monitor Action Menu Select Monitor Current 900.png

    A system message is displayed that informs you that monitoring of interactions has started for the selected agent.
    In the Team Communicator, the Action Menu for the agent whom you are monitoring changes to the Stop Monitoring button.

    GAPI Monitor Action Menu End Monitor 900.png
  3. When the monitored agent accepts a voice interaction, a notification is displayed on your desktop. Click Accept to begin monitoring the interaction. The Voice Interaction Monitoring window is displayed on your desktop and you are connected to the call. Neither the contact nor the agent can hear you, but you can hear both parties.
    If you do not click Accept, the notification will be dismissed automatically.
    If the agent is already handling an interaction when you start monitoring, you might have to wait for the next interaction to start monitoring.
    If the account of the monitored agent is configured so that the agent is notified when he or she is being monitored, an eye icon is displayed next to the party-interaction icon in the Voice Interaction window on the agent's desktop.
    GAPI Monitor Monitoring Icon Agent 900.png

    The same icon is displayed in the Voice Interaction Monitoring window on your desktop next to the party Action menu.

    GAPI Monitor Monitoring Icon Team Lead 900.png
  4. During a monitoring session, you can perform the following actions from the Voice Interaction Monitoring window:
    • End Monitoring—Click End Monitoring (IW Team Lead Stop Monitor Button Call Action 850.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to end the monitoring session.
    • Barge-in—Click Barge-in (GAPI 900 Monitor Switch To Barge-in Button.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to join the monitored call. Both parties will be able to hear you. You can switch back to monitoring by clicking End the Call (GAPI End Call Button 900.png) in the Call Actions toolbar.
    If you stop monitoring, you are disconnected from the call. The monitoring-indicator icon is removed from the Voice Interaction window of the agent.
    If the agent ends the call while you are still monitoring the agent, your monitoring session ends automatically.
  5. Click Done to close the Voice Interaction Monitoring window and mark the interaction as Done.
  6. To stop monitoring the agent, use the Team Communicator to find the agent whom you are monitoring.
  7. Open the Action Menu for the agent, and select Stop Monitoring.
    GAPI Monitor Action Menu End Monitor 900.png
    A system message is displayed that informs you that monitoring of interactions on your configured channels has ended for the selected agent.

Monitoring a Chat Interaction

Monitoring an agent who is handling an interaction means that you can read a chat interaction between an agent and a contact without the agent or contact being aware that you are reading the interaction. Agent accounts can be configured to notify agents when they are being monitored.

  1. Use the Team Communicator in the Main Window to find an agent in the agent group to which you have been assigned as a Supervisor.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Find Agent.png
  2. To monitor the next interaction, open the Action Menu for the agent whom you want to monitor and select Monitor Next Interactions.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Action Menu Select Monitor.png

    A system message is displayed that informs you that monitoring of interactions on your configured channels has started for the selected agent. In the Team Communicator, the Action Menu for the agent whom you are monitoring changes to the Stop Monitoring button.

    GAPI 900 Monitor Action Menu End Monitor.png
  3. When the monitored agent accepts a chat interaction, a notification is displayed on your desktop. Click Accept to begin monitoring the interaction. The Chat Interaction Monitoring window is displayed on your desktop and you are connected to the chat session. You can read the chat transcript, but you cannot send any text to the contact or the agent.
    If you do not click Accept, the notification will be dismissed automatically.
    If the agent is already handling an interaction when you start monitoring, you might have to wait for the next interaction to start monitoring.
    The monitoring icon is displayed in the Chat Interaction Monitoring window on your desktop next to the party Action menu.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Chat Monitoring Icon Team Lead.png
  4. During a monitoring session, you can perform the following actions from the Chat Interaction Monitoring window:
    • End Monitoring—Click End Monitoring (GAPI 900 Monitor Stop Monitor Coach Button.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to end the monitoring session.
    • Barge-in—Click Barge-in (GAPI 900 Monitor Switch To Barge-in Button.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to join the monitored chat session. Both parties will be able to see your messages. You can switch back to monitoring by clicking End Chat (GAPI 900 End Chat Icon.png) in the Call Actions toolbar.
    • Coach via voice—Select Coach via Voice from the agent party Action menu. A voice session is added to the Chat Interaction window. You can coach the agent whom you are monitoring by speaking directly to the agent.
    • Coach via chat—Select Coach via Chat from the agent party Action menu. A chat session is added to the Chat Interaction window. You can coach the agent whom you are monitoring by sending chat messages to the agent.
      If you stop monitoring, you are disconnected from the chat session. The monitoring indicator icon is removed from the Chat Interaction window of the agent.
      If the agent ends the chat session while you are still monitoring the agent, your monitoring session ends automatically.
  5. Click Done to close the Chat Interaction Monitoring window and mark the interaction as Done.
  6. To stop monitoring the agent, use the Team Communicator to find the agent whom you are monitoring.
  7. Open the Action Menu for the agent and select Stop Monitoring.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Action Menu End Coach.png
    A system message is displayed that informs you that monitoring of interactions on your configured channels has ended for the selected agent.

How do I coach my agents?

You can start coaching an agent in your group by using the Team Communicator to find the agent. In the Action Menu, select Coach Agent (IW Team Lead Start Coach Button 850.png). Your account might also be set up to let you coach the current voice interaction of an agent.

You can end coaching an agent by using the Team Communicator and selecting Stop Coaching from the Action Menu (GAPI Team Lead Stop Coach Button 900.png).

You can end coaching the current interaction by selecting End Monitoring (IW Team Lead Stop Coach Button Call Action 850.png) in the Call Actions toolbar in the interaction window.

When you coach a selected agent who is already handling an interaction, an interaction preview window tells you that the selected agent is handling an interaction. Your account might be set up to let you start monitoring the current voice or chat interaction of an agent; if not, you can monitor the next interaction of the agent.

Coaching a Voice Interaction

Coaching an agent who is handling an interaction means that you can listen to a voice interaction between an agent and a contact and speak to that agent without the contact being aware that you are listening and speaking to the agent. You can coach the current or next interaction of an agent.

  1. Use the Team Communicator in the Main Window to find an agent in the agent group to which you have been assigned as a Supervisor.
    GAPI Monitor Find Agent 900.png
  2. Open the Action Menu for the agent whom you want to coach and select Coach Agent. If there is a currently active interaction, it is displayed in the Coach menu.
    GAPI Monitor Action Menu Select Coach 900.png

    Or, to coach the next interaction if your account is set up to let you coach the current or next interaction, open the Action Menu for the agent you want to coach and select Coach, then select Agent. To coach the current interaction, open the Action Menu for the agent you want to coach and select Coach, then select Current Voice Interaction.

    GAPI Monitor Action Menu Select Coach Current 900.png

    A system message is displayed that informs you that coaching of interactions on your configured channels has started for the selected agent.
    In the Team Communicator, the Action Menu for the agent whom you are coaching changes to the Stop Coaching button.

    GAPI Monitor Action Menu End Monitor 900.png
  3. When the coached agent accepts a voice interaction, a notification is displayed on your desktop. Click Accept to begin coaching the interaction. The Voice Interaction Monitoring window is displayed on your desktop and you are connected to the call. You can hear the agent and the agent can hear you, but the contact can hear only the agent.
    If you do not click Accept, the notification will be dismissed automatically, and you will not be able to coach the interaction unless you stop coaching and start coaching the same agent.
    If the agent is already handling an interaction when you start coaching, a notification is displayed immediately. If you click Accept, you will begin coaching the call that is already in progress.
    The eye icon is displayed in the Voice Interaction Coaching window on your desktop next to the party Action menu.
    GAPI Monitor Monitoring Icon Team Lead Coach 900.png
  4. During a coaching session, you can perform the following actions from the Voice Interaction Coaching window:
    • End Monitoring—Click End Monitoring (IW Team Lead Stop Monitor Button Call Action 850.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to end the coaching session.
    If you stop coaching, you are disconnected from the call.
    If the agent ends the call while you are still coaching the agent, your coaching session ends automatically.
  5. Click Done to close the Voice Interaction Coaching window and mark the interaction as Done.
  6. To stop coaching the agent, use the Team Communicator to find the agent whom you are coaching.
  7. Open the Action Menu for the agent and select Stop Coaching.
    GAPI Monitor Action Menu End Monitor 900.png
    A system message is displayed that informs you that coaching of interactions on your configured channels has ended for the selected agent.

Coaching a Chat Interaction

Coaching an agent who is handling an interaction means that you can read the transcript of the interaction between an agent and a contact and send chat messages to the agent without the contact being aware that you are reading the transcript and communicating with the agent.

  1. Use the Team Communicator in the Main Window to find an agent in the agent group to which you have been assigned as a Supervisor.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Find Agent.png
  2. Open the Action Menu for the agent whom you want to coach and select Coach next interactions.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Action Menu Select Coach.png

    A system message is displayed that informs you that coaching of interactions on your configured channels has started for the selected agent.
    In the Team Communicator, the Action Menu for the agent whom you are coaching changes to the Stop Coaching button.

    GAPI 900 Monitor Action Menu End Coach.png
  3. When the coached agent accepts a chat interaction, a notification is displayed on your desktop. Click Accept to begin coaching the interaction. The Chat Interaction Monitoring window is displayed on your desktop and you are connected to the chat session. You can read the chat transcript and send private chat messages to the agent without the contact seeing your messages.
    If you do not click Accept, the notification will be dismissed automatically, and you will not be able to coach the interaction unless you stop coaching and start coaching the same agent.
    If the agent is already handling an interaction when you start coaching, a notification is displayed immediately. If you click Accept, you will begin coaching the chat session that is already in progress.
    The eye icon is displayed in the Chat Interaction Coaching window on your desktop next to the party Action menu.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Chat Monitoring Icon Team Lead.png
  4. During a coaching session, you can perform the following actions from the Chat Interaction Coaching window:
    • End Monitoring—Click End Monitoring (GAPI 900 Monitor Stop Monitor Coach Button.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to end the coaching session.
    • Barge-in—Click Barge-in (GAPI 900 Monitor Switch To Barge-in Button.png) in the Supervisor controls of the Call Actions toolbar to join the monitored chat session. Both parties will be able to see your messages. Your coaching session ends when you barge-in to the chat.
      Click Done to close the coaching session in the window and mark the coaching interaction as Done. You can switch to monitoring the chat session (see Monitoring a Chat Interaction in the Monitor tab) by clicking End Chat (GAPI 900 End Chat Icon.png) in the Call Actions toolbar.
    • Coach via voice—Select Coach via Voice from the agent party Action menu. A voice session is added to the Chat Interaction window. You can coach the agent whom you are monitoring by speaking directly to the agent.
    If you stop coaching, you are disconnected from the chat session.
    If the agent ends the chat session while you are still coaching the agent, your coaching session ends automatically.
  5. Click Done to close the Chat Interaction Coaching window and mark the interaction as Done.
  6. To end coaching the agent, use the Team Communicator to find the agent whom you are coaching.
  7. Open the Action Menu for the agent and select Stop Coaching.
    GAPI 900 Monitor Action Menu End Coach.png
    A system message is displayed that informs you that coaching of interactions on your configured channels has ended for the selected agent.

How do I Barge-in on my agent's call?

When you barge-in (join) to an active interaction, you must already be monitoring or coaching the interaction.

To barge-in to an active interaction that you are monitoring, click Barge-in (GAPI 900 Monitor Switch To Barge-in Button.png) in the Supervision toolbar. Barge-in is a simple button if you are supervising a single channel interaction (voice or chat).

How do I switch my Agent Monitoring Mode?

Agent Desktop enables you to switch from certain supervision modes to others. During the monitoring, coaching, or barge-in of an interaction, you can switch from one supervision mode to another. The following transitions are supported:

  • Monitoring to barge-in—Click Barge-in (GAPI 900 Monitor Switch To Barge-in Button.png) in the Supervision bar.
  • Coaching to barge-in (chat only)—Click Barge-in (GAPI 900 Monitor Switch To Barge-in Button.png in the Supervision bar.
  • Coaching to monitoring (chat only)—Click End Chat (GAPI 900 End Chat Icon.png).
  • Barge-in to monitoring—Click End Call (GAPI End Call Button 900.png) or End Chat (GAPI 900 End Chat Icon.png) in the Interaction toolbar to return to monitoring.
  • Use End Monitoring (IW Team Lead Stop Monitor Button Call Action 850.png) in the Interaction toolbar to end monitoring.

How do I manage the State of my agents?

The My Agents view lets you view and control the ready state and logged in state of all of the agents that you manage.

Open My Agents from the Monitor group.

GAPI 900 My Agents View.png

This view has two parts, the filters and the table of agents. Use the filters to find agents by Group, Status, and First name and/or Last name. Find a specific agent or agents by using the Search field.

Click the pencil icon to select which channels to show in the table.

GAPI 900 My Agents Pencil Icon.png

Refresh the view by clicking Refresh. The view might also automatically refresh for you; if your account is enabled for this feature, a countdown to the next refresh is displayed next to the Refresh button.

In the table of agents, click a status to change it, for example from Ready to Not Ready. To change the status of an agent on more than one channel, click the action menu next to their name and select the status.

GAPI 900 Supervisor Change Agent State.png

The table displays different agent states depending on whether they are handling interactions and whether they are at or below capacity.

Agent's state Handling interaction At capacity Table display
Ready No No Ready
Not Ready (with or without reason) No No Not Ready (with or without reason)
After Call Work (with or without reason) No No After Call Work (with or without reason)
Do Not Disturb No No Not Ready
Ready Yes No Engaged
Ready Yes Yes Busy
Not Ready (with or without reason) Yes Yes Busy
Not Ready (with or without reason) Yes No Busy
After Call Work (with or without reason) Yes Yes Busy
After Call Work (with or without reason) Yes No Busy
Do Not Disturb Yes Yes Busy
Do Not Disturb Yes No Busy

Log off an agent

The Log off Agent feature is useful if you discover that an agent has forgotten to log off after their shift. Logging off the agent on all channels is beneficial because it ensures that your company is not unnecessarily consuming seat licenses, and it also prevents interactions from being routed to an agent who is not present but is configured for auto-answer!

To log off an agent, click the action menu next to their name in the table and select Log Off.

Important

If you log off an agent while they are handling an interaction you are warned that the agent is still handling an interaction and are given the opportunity to cancel the action. If you proceed with the log off, the interaction finalization is handled according to the type of interaction. Voice calls remain connected to the agent's DN, emails return to queue or workbin, and a chat returns to queue.

Genesys does not recommend logging off an agent who is handling a call until the call is ended.

GAPI 900 Supervisor Log Off Agent.png

How do I review an outbound email?

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Agents: Your outgoing email interactions might be read and edited by your team lead, supervisor, or another person tasked with Quality Assurance at your company. They might edit the email before sending it to the contact, or they might return it to you with comments that you have to fix in the email before it will be sent.

Supervisors/Team Leads/Reviewers: You might be assigned the task of reviewing, editing, or commenting on outgoing email interactions at your company. This section and the next are for you. These sections describe what to do when an outgoing email is directed to you for Quality Review (QA) before being sent to a contact.

Your company might direct outgoing emails to you for QA purposes. The following example shows you what you might do when there is problem with an email and it must be returned to the agent to be fixed.

  1. When an email interaction for review is directed to you, an interaction preview window opens. The Case Information indicates that the email is for QA review. In this example, the "Origin" field contains the text: "QA Review of email interaction...".
  2. Click Accept to display the interaction. The email interaction is displayed on your desktop.
    GAPI 900 Email for QA Review.png
    • The Case Information view might be set up to provide you with information about who wrote the email.
    • The Email Review icon (WWE 852 Email Review Icon.png) is displayed next to the name of the contact to whom the email interaction will be sent once it is approved.
  3. Review the content that the agent wrote in the email composition area. You can choose to fix any issues yourself, or send it back to the original agent to fix. Depending on the policy at your company, you might provide feedback by directly editing the content of the email interaction, or you might add notes for the agent, or you might discuss the content with the agent verbally. Other actions available to you include:
    • Save changes that you made to the email interaction
    • Move the email to a workbin to save the email in your draft email workbin to process later (in some environments, you might have a 'pending review' workbin in which to save QA review emails)
    • Attach a file to the email
    • Start a consultation
  4. Email interactions that are sent to you for review have a drop-down menu on the Send (GAPI 900 Email QA Send Button.png) button.
    The contents of this menu are set up by your administrator and so might be different than in the example and video to the left.
    Click to open the menu.
    In this example, a problem was found, so this email is being returned to the agent to fix. The administrator has set up different 'Reject Reasons' which will be included in the Case Information when the interaction is returned to the agent.
  5. Click one of the Reject options to send the email back to the original agent.
  6. After the agent fixes the email it is directed to you or another reviewer and is ready to be approved and sent.

How do I approve a fixed outbound email?

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If you are a reviewer, outbound emails might be directed to you before they are sent to a contact. In this example, the agent has fixed an earlier identified problem, and the email is directed to you to review.

  1. When an email interaction for review is directed to you, an interaction preview is displayed on your desktop. The Case Information indicates that the email is for QA review. In the example to the left, the "Origin" field contains the text: "QA Review of email interaction...".
  2. Click Accept to display the interaction. The email interaction is displayed on your desktop.
    • The Case Information view might be set up to provide you with information about who wrote the email.
    • The Email Review icon (WWE 852 Email Review Icon.png) is displayed next to the name of the contact to whom the email interaction will be sent once it is approved.
  3. Review the content that the agent wrote in the email composition area. You can choose to fix any issues yourself, or send it back to the original agent to fix.
  4. Assuming that the email is now okay to send to the contact, click the Send (GAPI 900 Email QA Send Button.png) button to open the menu. Since the email is now ready to send to the contact, select the option that represents Accept. In this example, the administrator has added the Approve (and send email) option to the menu.

How do I use the My Team Workbins?

If your account is set up to enable you to manage the workbins of the agents that you supervise, you will see the My Team Workbins list in the Select Workbin list of the My Workbins tab in the Connect group area.

The My Team Workbins view contains an expandable list of all of the agents that you supervise. If you click the agent name or the arrow next to the name of one of your agents the view expands to show you the workbins for that agent and the number of interactions stored in each.

GAPI 900 MyTeamWorkbinsOverview.png

To view and manage the interactions that are stored in the agent's workbin, click the name of the workbin. The list of interactions stored in the workbin is displayed for you in the panel to the right of the workbin list.

When you select an interaction in a workbin, the contents, notes, and case data are displayed in tabs at the bottom of the Workbin view.

You can open an interaction to view or handle it by double-clicking it or by clicking Open GAPI 900 Workbin Open Button.png.

GAPI 900 My Team Workbins Select Agent Workbin.png

Workbin action controls are displayed at the top of the Workbin view. These let you perform actions on the interaction that you mark. Mark interactions for actions by clicking the check box next to them. The following actions might be available to you, depending on how your system is set up by your administrator or what interaction type you have marked:

  • Done GAPI 900 Workbin Mark Done Button.png
  • Delete GAPI 900 Workbin Email Delete Icon.png
  • Move to Queue GAPI 900 Workbin Move To Queue Button.png
  • Move to Workbin GAPI 900 Workbin Move To Workbin Button.png
  • Edit Case Information GAPI 900 Edit Case Data Button.png Opens the Edit Case Information window to enable you to edit the content of the Case Data tab for the marked interaction(s).

Watch this video to learn how to use My Team Workbins:

How do I manage one or more interactions in a Workbin or Interaction Queue?

There are two ways to choose items in a Workbin or Interaction Queue, one for viewing and one for different actions.

GAPI 900 My Workbins None Selected.png

Click a row to view the details, notes, and case data of the interaction in the tabs at the bottom of the view.

GAPI 900 My Workbins One Selected.png

You can also mark one or more items for actions. The following actions might be available to you, depending on how your system is set up by your administrator or what interaction type you have marked:

  • Done GAPI 900 Workbin Mark Done Button.png
  • Delete GAPI 900 Workbin Email Delete Icon.png
  • Move to Queue GAPI 900 Workbin Move To Queue Button.png
  • Move to Workbin GAPI 900 Workbin Move To Workbin Button.png
  • Edit Case Information GAPI 900 Edit Case Data Button.png Opens the Edit Case Information window to enable you to edit the content of the Case Data tab for the marked interaction(s).

GAPI 900 My Workbins One Marked.png

There are different ways to mark multiple interactions:

  • You can click the check box next to each one that you want to mark
  • You can click one, then shift+click another to mark both plus all the interactions in between
  • You can click the Mark All box at the top of the table to mark all interactions (click it again to unmark all)

GAPI 900 My Workbins Range Marked.png

GAPI 900 My Workbins All Marked.png

After marking one or more interactions, click an action button to perform that action on all the marked interactions.

How do I manage My Interaction Queues?

If your account is set up to enable you to manage the Interaction Queues of your contact center, you will see the My Interaction Queues list in the Select Workbin list of the My Workbins tab in the Connect group area.

The My Interaction Queues view contains an expandable list of all of the interaction queues that your account is set up to manage. Interaction queues might be grouped by type in folders. If you click the folder name or the arrow next to the name of the folders, the view expands to show you the queues in that folder. Click a queue to view its contents. The list of interactions stored in the queue are displayed for you in the panel to the right of the queue list.

GAPI 900 My Interaction Queues Select Queue.png

When you select an interaction in an interaction queue, the contents, notes, and case data are displayed in tabs at the bottom of the interaction queue list view.

To open an interaction to view or handle it, double-click it or click Open GAPI 900 Workbin Open Button.png.

GAPI 900 My Interaction Queues Select Interaction.png

Controls are displayed at the top of the interaction queue view that let you perform actions on the interaction that you mark. Mark interactions by clicking the check box next to them. The following actions might be available to you, depending on how your system is set up by your administrator or what interaction type you have marked:

  • Done GAPI 900 Workbin Mark Done Button.png marks the interaction(s) as Done.
  • Delete GAPI 900 Workbin Email Delete Icon.png deletes the interaction(s).
  • Move to Queue GAPI 900 Workbin Move To Queue Button.png moves the interaction(s) to a different interaction queue
  • Move to Workbin GAPI 900 Workbin Move To Workbin Button.png moves the interaction to the workbin of one of the agents that you supervise, or to one of your own workbins.
  • Edit Case Information GAPI 900 Edit Case Data Button.png opens the Edit Case Information window to enable you to edit the content of the Case Data tab for the marked interaction(s).

How do I edit Case Information for interactions in Workbins and Queues?

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Supervisors and Team Leads might be set up to edit Case Information for interactions that are stored in a Workbin or Queue.

GAPI 900 Edit Case Data Button.png: Mark an interaction to enable the Edit Case Information icon.

Click the icon to open the Edit Case Information dialog box. The editing features of this dialog box work the same as the editing features of the Case Information area of an interaction window.

You can edit case information for multiple interactions by marking two or more interactions. The following rules apply to editing the case information of multiple interactions:

  • The Edit Case Information dialog box displays a mix of all of the case information fields that are available in all of the marked interactions.
  • Only the common editable fields, check boxes, and menus of the marked interactions are displayed.
  • If an editable item has the same value for all of the marked interactions, that value is displayed in the editable field.
  • If an editable item has different values for one or more of the marked interactions, the field is displayed as "Mixed Values".
  • If you make an edit and you decide to undo it, click the 'Cancel icon: GAPI 900 Edit Case Information Undo Button.png

What next?

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This page was last modified on April 23, 2019, at 07:19.

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