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AGENTS
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Monitor Queues, Agents, Interactions, and Service Levels
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Monitor Queues, Agents, Interactions, and Service Levels

To access the Monitor section, you must be an Administrator or Supervisor; or have the Monitor Console – permission set to Yes. See Role Management for more.

The Monitor tab lets you monitor live conversations between agents and customers and displays four views: Queues, Agents, Interactions, and Service Levels.

  1. The Queues section displays the conversation summary between agents and customers per queue. You only have access to the queues you are assigned to; and to the agents assigned to the same queues as you.
  2. The Agents section lets you view agent performance metrics and monitor agent-specific live conversations. Listed agents belong to the same queues you are also assigned to.
  3. The Interactions section displays all interactions currently live in SmartAssist and assigned to agents on the CONSOLE.
  4. The Service Level section displays all service levels configured for voice and chat channels.

Note: Your Monitor access is restricted to the Queues that you are assigned to.

Queues

In this section, you can see all the queues to which you are assigned. The number of conversations waiting to be picked up, the number of conversations that are already engaged, and a summary of agents assigned to a particular queue along with their current status. In addition to the above details, the manager can see the average wait time, max wait time (an indicator of peak load handling capacity), and drop-off rate. 

To monitor the agents:

  • On the Monitor tab, click the Queue tab.

  • On the left menu, click a queue that you want to view.

  • The queue screen appears as shown below:
  • Click the agent name. The detailed screen of the agent conversation opens up on the right.
    Chat:

    Email:

Filter

Create Filter

  1. Click the Filter button.
  2. Click New Filter.
  3. Select the Queues, Channels, and Language.

    Note: You can select from agent groups (list of agents), search for agents, and select from dynamic sub-filters.


    Select from the below available options:

    1. Clear – Clears the selection.
    2. Save & Apply – Saves the filter, and it appears when selected.
    3. Apply – Applied for one instance and not saved.
  4. Click Save & Apply.

  5. On the pop-up window, enter a name for the filter and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is created.

Edit Filter

Steps to edit a filter:

  1. Click the Filters tab. The Saved Filter name appears.
  2. Click the Edit button.

  3. Make the necessary changes and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is updated.

Copy Filter

  1. Click the Duplicate button.

  2. On the Rename Filter window, enter a name for the filter and click Save.

    A confirmation is displayed and a copy of the filter is created.

Mark as Default

  1. Click the Mark as Default button.

  2. A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is marked as default.

Delete Filter

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. A Delete Filter message appears. Click Delete.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is deleted.

Join a Conversation

Managers can monitor live conversations between agents and customers. The manager can view the agent engagement metrics of the agent. At any point, the manager can view details of the agent-customer conversation, or the manager can manually assign the agent to another available agent. 

Manually Assign Conversations from the Queue to an Agent

To assign a conversation from the queue to an agent (including themselves):

  1. Select the conversation from the Queue on the right pane and click Assign.

  2. A pop-up appears. Select the agent and assign the conversation to that agent.

  3. Select Mark as priority if required and click Assign.

Note: Manual assignments ignore skill-based routing and restrictions related to the maximum number of slots.

Change Queue for a Conversation

Supervisors can change the queue for a conversation. They can move a conversation to a different queue and prioritize it by placing it at the top.

To change the queue for a conversation:

  1. Go to MONITOR > QUEUES.
  2. Select a queue and then select the conversation.

  3. Click Change Queue.
  4. On the Change Queue pop-up window, click the Change Queue from drop-down, select a queue, and then click Change Queue. Select Mark as priority to place the conversation at the top of the list in the destination queue.

Notes:

  • On transferring a conversation, the count of waiting conversations decreases in the original queue and increases in the destination queue.
  • By default, the position of the conversation in the queue is determined based on the conversation’s arrival time in the original queue.
  • Transferring a conversation from the current queue to a different queue is recorded for reporting purposes.

View Voicemails

When a call is converted to a voicemail, it can be viewed in the Monitor tab. Supervisors can view voicemails in waiting status and “Assign” to an agent or “Change Queue”.

Agents

You can check agent details and monitor and intervene in ongoing conversations. The agents in this section are restricted to those assigned to the same queues as you. A list of conversations currently being handled by the agents is displayed with parameters such as state, load, first response, average response, AHT, etc.

  • The load capacity indicator displays the agent’s overall load capacity. Hovering over the load shows the channel-wise load capacity. For example, Live Chat ⅔ (2 slots out of 3 defined slots are engaged).

  • On the monitor tab, select an agent on the left side. The manager can view the agent’s ongoing conversation on the right and check the engagement metrics.
  • On the right window, click the agent’s name.  Another window opens to the right as shown below. To check the agent engagement metrics, on the right window, click the down arrow as shown below:
    Chat, Messaging, and Voice:
    Email:
     
  • For a selected agent, the manager can check the agent profile, chat with the agent, change the queue, and assign the conversation to other agents as shown below:

Filters

Create Filter

  1. Click the Filter button.
  2. Click New Filter.
  3. Select the Status, Agents, Skills, and Roles.

    Select from the below available options:

    1. Clear – Clears the selection.
    2. Save & Apply – Saves the filter, and it appears when selected.
    3. Apply – Applied for one instance and not saved.


    4. Click Save & Apply.

    5. On the pop-up window, enter a name for the filter and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is created.

Edit Filter

Steps to edit a filter:

  1. Click the Filters tab. The Saved Filter name appears.
  2. Click the Edit button.
  3. Make the necessary changes and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is updated.

Copy Filter

  1. Click the Duplicate button.

  2. On the Rename Filter window, enter a name for the filter and click Save.

    A confirmation is displayed and a copy of the filter is created.

Mark as Default

  1. Click the Mark as Default button.

  2. A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is marked as default.

Delete Filter

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. A Delete Filter message appears. Click Delete.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is deleted.

Check Profile

To check the agent profile:

There are three tabs, Profile tab, Settings tab, and Queue & Skills tab. 

  1. On the Profile tab, check/edit the profile of the agent. 
  2. Click Save.

Settings tab

On the Settings tab, you can configure the chat experience and voice experience settings. 

For chat experience, you can enable chat settings. If enabled you can define the properties of the chat request, for example, max chats = 5. You can choose the language and the proficiency level. 

Similarly, for voice experience, you can enable voice settings. If enabled, you can define the properties of the voice request. You can choose the language and the proficiency level. 

Queues & Skills tab 

On the Queues & Skills tab, you can configure the Queues and Skills settings. 

Queues

You can select the default queue and the preferred queue. 

Skills

You can select the Proficiency level of the skill.  

Chat with an Agent 

To chat with an Agent: 

  • Select the Chat option. A pop-up chat window appears, where the manager can type messages for the agent.

Mark Offline 

You can mark an agent as offline to prevent the agent from being assigned to any other customers. 

Logout 

Force Logout is a feature that allows the agent to be freed up and the ongoing customer engagements can be re-assigned to other agents. 

Join a Conversation

Managers can monitor live conversations between agents and customers. The manager can view the agent engagement metrics of the agent. At any point, the manager can Join a conversation (conference) and view details of the agent-customer conversation. 

To Join a conversation:

  1. On the right pane, click Join Conversation.
  2. A confirmation pop-up appears. Click Confirm to join. 

Interactions

You can view all live interactions on the SmartAssist console. This view includes only interactions that involve agent transfers. A summary of the interactions view is shown below:

Manually Assign Conversations to an Agent and Change Queue

  • Managers can assign conversations to an agent, and change queues for conversations. Click an ON GOING conversation to view the Assign and Change Queue options.

Managers can also view an agent’s engagement metrics.


Filters

Create Filter

  1. Click the Filter button.
  2. Click New Filter.
  3. Select the Status, Agents, Skills, Queues, Channels, and Language.

    Select from the below available options:

    1. Clear – Clears the selection.
    2. Save & Apply – Saves the filter, and it appears when selected.
    3. Apply – Applied for one instance and not saved.
  4. Click Save & Apply.
  5. On the pop-up window, enter a name for the filter and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is created.

Edit Filter

Steps to edit a filter:

  1. Click the Filters tab. The Saved Filter name appears.
  2. Click the Edit button.
  3. Make the necessary changes and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is updated.

Copy Filter

  1. Click the Duplicate button.

  2. On the Rename Filter window, enter a name for the filter and click Save.

    A confirmation is displayed and a copy of the filter is created.

Mark as Default

  1. Click the Mark as Default button.

  2. A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is marked as default.

Delete Filter

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. A Delete Filter message appears. Click Delete.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is deleted.

Service Levels

Service level targets establish the acceptable threshold for key performance indicators such as Average Speed to Answer, Response Service Level, Abandonment Rate, and Transfer Rate for interactions, including voice calls, and chats.

Administrators and Supervisors can access service levels by going to MONITOR > SERVICE LEVELS.

The following Key Performance Indicators are displayed:

Refresh Service Levels

You can refresh the service levels by clicking the refresh icon on the upper right corner.

Filter Service Levels

The following filters are available on service levels:

You can clear the filters by clicking Clear Filters on the upper right corner.

Time Intervals

You can configure the service level targets for each channel type and measuring interval. The measuring intervals can be configured in 30-minute increments, with a minimum interval of 30 minutes and a maximum interval of 24 hours.

Configure Service Levels

This feature enables administrators to define, customize, and monitor service-level targets based on specific needs.

To configure service levels, go to CONFIGURATION > PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT > Event Configuration.

Create a New Service Level

Steps to create a new service level:

  1. Click the + New Service Level button on the upper-right corner.
  2. On the New Service Level Rule pop-up window, enter a Name and Description for the service rule and click Next.

    The service level configuration screen is displayed.
  3. Click and select the Queues and Channels from the drop-down menus.
  4. Click + Add triggers and choose a trigger.

    Based on your selected trigger, you can choose the following:
    Abandonment rate:

    Average speed to answer:

    Response service level:

    Transfer rate:
  5. Click + Add an action and choose an action.

    Based on your selected action, you can choose the following:
    Alert:

    Email:
  6. Click Save to create the service level.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the service level is created.

Edit a Service Level

Steps to edit a service level:

  1. Click the Edit button.
  2. Make the necessary changes to the service level and click Save.

    A confirmation message is displayed.

Edit a Service Level Name

Steps to edit a service level name:

  1. Click the Edit button.
  2. Click the Settings button.
  3. Make the changes on the Edit Sevice Level Name pop-up and click Apply.
  4. Click Save.

    The revised service level name is displayed.

Delete a Service Level

Steps to delete a service level:

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. Click Yes on the confirmation pop-up window.
  3. A confirmation message is displayed and the service level is displayed.

Configure Conversation Intelligence Dashboard

  1. To configure the Conversation Intelligence Dashboard, go to CONFIGURATION > PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT > Settings > Conversation Intelligence Dashboard.
  2. By default, the conversation intelligence dashboard is disabled. Toggle on the conversation intelligence dashboard to enable it. The Supervisor Dashboard is displayed in a disabled state.
  3. Toggle on the Supervisor Dashboard to enable it. The Interactivity Score and Script Adhererence Configuration options are displayed in the disabled state.
  4. Set the weightage for the voice and chat channels, the weightage for each channel must not exceed 100%.
    Voice:

    Chat:
  5. Toggle on Script adherence configuration and define the scripts for agent adherence attributes
  6. Toggle on the STATUS to enable it. A message is displayed to enter a message for the attribute. Click the Edit icon to add a message.
  7. Click Add Message to add the message.
  8. Enter the message in the message field. You can add multiple messages by clicking the Add Message button. Click the (-) icon to delete a message.
  9. Click Save to update the message.

    The configured message is displayed under MESSAGE.
  10. Click Save after the messages are defined for the required attributes.

    A confirmation message is displayed.

Monitor Queues, Agents, Interactions, and Service Levels

To access the Monitor section, you must be an Administrator or Supervisor; or have the Monitor Console – permission set to Yes. See Role Management for more.

The Monitor tab lets you monitor live conversations between agents and customers and displays four views: Queues, Agents, Interactions, and Service Levels.

  1. The Queues section displays the conversation summary between agents and customers per queue. You only have access to the queues you are assigned to; and to the agents assigned to the same queues as you.
  2. The Agents section lets you view agent performance metrics and monitor agent-specific live conversations. Listed agents belong to the same queues you are also assigned to.
  3. The Interactions section displays all interactions currently live in SmartAssist and assigned to agents on the CONSOLE.
  4. The Service Level section displays all service levels configured for voice and chat channels.

Note: Your Monitor access is restricted to the Queues that you are assigned to.

Queues

In this section, you can see all the queues to which you are assigned. The number of conversations waiting to be picked up, the number of conversations that are already engaged, and a summary of agents assigned to a particular queue along with their current status. In addition to the above details, the manager can see the average wait time, max wait time (an indicator of peak load handling capacity), and drop-off rate. 

To monitor the agents:

  • On the Monitor tab, click the Queue tab.

  • On the left menu, click a queue that you want to view.

  • The queue screen appears as shown below:
  • Click the agent name. The detailed screen of the agent conversation opens up on the right.
    Chat:

    Email:

Filter

Create Filter

  1. Click the Filter button.
  2. Click New Filter.
  3. Select the Queues, Channels, and Language.

    Note: You can select from agent groups (list of agents), search for agents, and select from dynamic sub-filters.


    Select from the below available options:

    1. Clear – Clears the selection.
    2. Save & Apply – Saves the filter, and it appears when selected.
    3. Apply – Applied for one instance and not saved.
  4. Click Save & Apply.

  5. On the pop-up window, enter a name for the filter and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is created.

Edit Filter

Steps to edit a filter:

  1. Click the Filters tab. The Saved Filter name appears.
  2. Click the Edit button.

  3. Make the necessary changes and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is updated.

Copy Filter

  1. Click the Duplicate button.

  2. On the Rename Filter window, enter a name for the filter and click Save.

    A confirmation is displayed and a copy of the filter is created.

Mark as Default

  1. Click the Mark as Default button.

  2. A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is marked as default.

Delete Filter

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. A Delete Filter message appears. Click Delete.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is deleted.

Join a Conversation

Managers can monitor live conversations between agents and customers. The manager can view the agent engagement metrics of the agent. At any point, the manager can view details of the agent-customer conversation, or the manager can manually assign the agent to another available agent. 

Manually Assign Conversations from the Queue to an Agent

To assign a conversation from the queue to an agent (including themselves):

  1. Select the conversation from the Queue on the right pane and click Assign.

  2. A pop-up appears. Select the agent and assign the conversation to that agent.

  3. Select Mark as priority if required and click Assign.

Note: Manual assignments ignore skill-based routing and restrictions related to the maximum number of slots.

Change Queue for a Conversation

Supervisors can change the queue for a conversation. They can move a conversation to a different queue and prioritize it by placing it at the top.

To change the queue for a conversation:

  1. Go to MONITOR > QUEUES.
  2. Select a queue and then select the conversation.

  3. Click Change Queue.
  4. On the Change Queue pop-up window, click the Change Queue from drop-down, select a queue, and then click Change Queue. Select Mark as priority to place the conversation at the top of the list in the destination queue.

Notes:

  • On transferring a conversation, the count of waiting conversations decreases in the original queue and increases in the destination queue.
  • By default, the position of the conversation in the queue is determined based on the conversation’s arrival time in the original queue.
  • Transferring a conversation from the current queue to a different queue is recorded for reporting purposes.

View Voicemails

When a call is converted to a voicemail, it can be viewed in the Monitor tab. Supervisors can view voicemails in waiting status and “Assign” to an agent or “Change Queue”.

Agents

You can check agent details and monitor and intervene in ongoing conversations. The agents in this section are restricted to those assigned to the same queues as you. A list of conversations currently being handled by the agents is displayed with parameters such as state, load, first response, average response, AHT, etc.

  • The load capacity indicator displays the agent’s overall load capacity. Hovering over the load shows the channel-wise load capacity. For example, Live Chat ⅔ (2 slots out of 3 defined slots are engaged).

  • On the monitor tab, select an agent on the left side. The manager can view the agent’s ongoing conversation on the right and check the engagement metrics.
  • On the right window, click the agent’s name.  Another window opens to the right as shown below. To check the agent engagement metrics, on the right window, click the down arrow as shown below:
    Chat, Messaging, and Voice:
    Email:
     
  • For a selected agent, the manager can check the agent profile, chat with the agent, change the queue, and assign the conversation to other agents as shown below:

Filters

Create Filter

  1. Click the Filter button.
  2. Click New Filter.
  3. Select the Status, Agents, Skills, and Roles.

    Select from the below available options:

    1. Clear – Clears the selection.
    2. Save & Apply – Saves the filter, and it appears when selected.
    3. Apply – Applied for one instance and not saved.


    4. Click Save & Apply.

    5. On the pop-up window, enter a name for the filter and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is created.

Edit Filter

Steps to edit a filter:

  1. Click the Filters tab. The Saved Filter name appears.
  2. Click the Edit button.
  3. Make the necessary changes and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is updated.

Copy Filter

  1. Click the Duplicate button.

  2. On the Rename Filter window, enter a name for the filter and click Save.

    A confirmation is displayed and a copy of the filter is created.

Mark as Default

  1. Click the Mark as Default button.

  2. A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is marked as default.

Delete Filter

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. A Delete Filter message appears. Click Delete.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is deleted.

Check Profile

To check the agent profile:

There are three tabs, Profile tab, Settings tab, and Queue & Skills tab. 

  1. On the Profile tab, check/edit the profile of the agent. 
  2. Click Save.

Settings tab

On the Settings tab, you can configure the chat experience and voice experience settings. 

For chat experience, you can enable chat settings. If enabled you can define the properties of the chat request, for example, max chats = 5. You can choose the language and the proficiency level. 

Similarly, for voice experience, you can enable voice settings. If enabled, you can define the properties of the voice request. You can choose the language and the proficiency level. 

Queues & Skills tab 

On the Queues & Skills tab, you can configure the Queues and Skills settings. 

Queues

You can select the default queue and the preferred queue. 

Skills

You can select the Proficiency level of the skill.  

Chat with an Agent 

To chat with an Agent: 

  • Select the Chat option. A pop-up chat window appears, where the manager can type messages for the agent.

Mark Offline 

You can mark an agent as offline to prevent the agent from being assigned to any other customers. 

Logout 

Force Logout is a feature that allows the agent to be freed up and the ongoing customer engagements can be re-assigned to other agents. 

Join a Conversation

Managers can monitor live conversations between agents and customers. The manager can view the agent engagement metrics of the agent. At any point, the manager can Join a conversation (conference) and view details of the agent-customer conversation. 

To Join a conversation:

  1. On the right pane, click Join Conversation.
  2. A confirmation pop-up appears. Click Confirm to join. 

Interactions

You can view all live interactions on the SmartAssist console. This view includes only interactions that involve agent transfers. A summary of the interactions view is shown below:

Manually Assign Conversations to an Agent and Change Queue

  • Managers can assign conversations to an agent, and change queues for conversations. Click an ON GOING conversation to view the Assign and Change Queue options.

Managers can also view an agent’s engagement metrics.


Filters

Create Filter

  1. Click the Filter button.
  2. Click New Filter.
  3. Select the Status, Agents, Skills, Queues, Channels, and Language.

    Select from the below available options:

    1. Clear – Clears the selection.
    2. Save & Apply – Saves the filter, and it appears when selected.
    3. Apply – Applied for one instance and not saved.
  4. Click Save & Apply.
  5. On the pop-up window, enter a name for the filter and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is created.

Edit Filter

Steps to edit a filter:

  1. Click the Filters tab. The Saved Filter name appears.
  2. Click the Edit button.
  3. Make the necessary changes and click Save & Apply.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is updated.

Copy Filter

  1. Click the Duplicate button.

  2. On the Rename Filter window, enter a name for the filter and click Save.

    A confirmation is displayed and a copy of the filter is created.

Mark as Default

  1. Click the Mark as Default button.

  2. A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is marked as default.

Delete Filter

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. A Delete Filter message appears. Click Delete.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the filter is deleted.

Service Levels

Service level targets establish the acceptable threshold for key performance indicators such as Average Speed to Answer, Response Service Level, Abandonment Rate, and Transfer Rate for interactions, including voice calls, and chats.

Administrators and Supervisors can access service levels by going to MONITOR > SERVICE LEVELS.

The following Key Performance Indicators are displayed:

Refresh Service Levels

You can refresh the service levels by clicking the refresh icon on the upper right corner.

Filter Service Levels

The following filters are available on service levels:

You can clear the filters by clicking Clear Filters on the upper right corner.

Time Intervals

You can configure the service level targets for each channel type and measuring interval. The measuring intervals can be configured in 30-minute increments, with a minimum interval of 30 minutes and a maximum interval of 24 hours.

Configure Service Levels

This feature enables administrators to define, customize, and monitor service-level targets based on specific needs.

To configure service levels, go to CONFIGURATION > PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT > Event Configuration.

Create a New Service Level

Steps to create a new service level:

  1. Click the + New Service Level button on the upper-right corner.
  2. On the New Service Level Rule pop-up window, enter a Name and Description for the service rule and click Next.

    The service level configuration screen is displayed.
  3. Click and select the Queues and Channels from the drop-down menus.
  4. Click + Add triggers and choose a trigger.

    Based on your selected trigger, you can choose the following:
    Abandonment rate:

    Average speed to answer:

    Response service level:

    Transfer rate:
  5. Click + Add an action and choose an action.

    Based on your selected action, you can choose the following:
    Alert:

    Email:
  6. Click Save to create the service level.

    A confirmation message is displayed and the service level is created.

Edit a Service Level

Steps to edit a service level:

  1. Click the Edit button.
  2. Make the necessary changes to the service level and click Save.

    A confirmation message is displayed.

Edit a Service Level Name

Steps to edit a service level name:

  1. Click the Edit button.
  2. Click the Settings button.
  3. Make the changes on the Edit Sevice Level Name pop-up and click Apply.
  4. Click Save.

    The revised service level name is displayed.

Delete a Service Level

Steps to delete a service level:

  1. Click the Delete button.
  2. Click Yes on the confirmation pop-up window.
  3. A confirmation message is displayed and the service level is displayed.

Configure Conversation Intelligence Dashboard

  1. To configure the Conversation Intelligence Dashboard, go to CONFIGURATION > PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT > Settings > Conversation Intelligence Dashboard.
  2. By default, the conversation intelligence dashboard is disabled. Toggle on the conversation intelligence dashboard to enable it. The Supervisor Dashboard is displayed in a disabled state.
  3. Toggle on the Supervisor Dashboard to enable it. The Interactivity Score and Script Adhererence Configuration options are displayed in the disabled state.
  4. Set the weightage for the voice and chat channels, the weightage for each channel must not exceed 100%.
    Voice:

    Chat:
  5. Toggle on Script adherence configuration and define the scripts for agent adherence attributes
  6. Toggle on the STATUS to enable it. A message is displayed to enter a message for the attribute. Click the Edit icon to add a message.
  7. Click Add Message to add the message.
  8. Enter the message in the message field. You can add multiple messages by clicking the Add Message button. Click the (-) icon to delete a message.
  9. Click Save to update the message.

    The configured message is displayed under MESSAGE.
  10. Click Save after the messages are defined for the required attributes.

    A confirmation message is displayed.