1 MaxAgent User Manual MaxACD Release 7.0 August 2017
2 WARNING! Toll fraud is committed when individuals unlawfully gain access to customer telecommunication systems. This is a criminal offense. Currently, we do not know of any telecommunications system that is immune to this type of criminal activity. AltiGen Communications, Inc., will not accept liability for any damages, including long distance charges, which result from unauthorized and/or unlawful use. Although AltiGen Communications, Inc., has designed security features into its products, it is your sole responsibility to use the security features and to establish security practices within your company, including training, security awareness, and call auditing. NOTICE While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, AltiGen Communications, Inc., will not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained within the documentation. The information contained in this documentation is subject to change without notice. This documentation may be used only in accordance with the terms of the AltiGen Communications, Inc., License Agreement. AltiGen Communications, Inc. 679 River Oaks Parkway San Jose, CA Telephone: 888-AltiGen ( ) Fax: Web site: TRADEMARKS MaxACD, MaxACD Administrator, MaxAgent, MaxSupervisor, MaxInSight, MaxReports, VRManager, and Enterprise Manager are trademarks or registered trademarks of AltiGen Communications, Inc. All other brand names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers. Copyright AltiGen Communications, Inc All rights reserved
3 Contents CHAPTER 1 About MaxAgent Operation Notes Licensing CHAPTER 2 Installation Pre-Installation Checklist Installing MaxAgent Uninstalling MaxAgent Automatic Upgrade CHAPTER 3 Getting Started Logging In Logging In Remotely Overview of the Main Window Status Bar Toolbar Buttons Workgroup Status Panel Session Information Panel Tabbed Pages Setting Availability Logging Out or Changing Workgroups Minimizing and Closing MaxAgent Searching in Tabbed Windows Customizing the Display Adjusting the Panes Showing or Hiding Tabs Showing or Hiding Columns Resizing, Rearranging, and Sorting Columns Showing, Hiding, or Rearranging Toolbar Buttons Showing Pop-ups for Incoming Calls Docking the Tabbed Pages Making a Tab a Separate Window CHAPTER 4 Using MaxAgent Answering Calls MaxAgent for Lync Manual i
4 Making Workgroup Calls Placing Calls on Hold Transferring Calls Forwarding Calls Making Conference Calls Recording Calls Working with Workgroup Voic Messages Handling Chat Sessions Picking Up Chats From the Queue Monitoring Agents and Workgroups Choosing Workgroups to Monitor Viewing the Monitor List Using Account Codes Viewing the History Returning Calls From the History Tab Viewing Workgroup Performance Viewing Queues CHAPTER 5 Configuring MaxAgent Adjusting General Settings Setting Alert Preferences Showing or Hiding Tabs Logging Errors Index ii MaxAgent for Lync Manual
5 About MaxAgent C HAPTER 1 MaxAgent is a desktop application that allows workgroup agents to manage workgroup calls from their computers. It gives agents direct access to call handling and other functions, including the following: Viewing caller data that is sent with an incoming call Viewing queue data and other workgroup-related statistics, agent s performance, and member login/logout Exporting and printing workgroup queue and performance data Call information can be stored to an internal or external CDR database for future review and analysis. MaxAgent integrates MaxAgent and Microsoft Lync Client and runs them side by side, so that you can easily use the two of them together. When you log in to MaxAgent, the Lync client opens too (if it isn t already open); when you close MaxAgent, the Lync client closes too. Continue to use your Lync client for answering and placing calls. You will use MaxAgent for transferring workgroup calls, making conference calls, and recording calls. The two applications are synchronized for status/ activity and work together in other ways. Operation Notes When agents make an outbound workgroup call, conference a new member, or perform a consultative (formerly referred to as Supervised) transfer, the target MUST be either a PSTN number or a Lync/Skype for Business user. Other types of targets, such as a workgroup, IVR, voic , or AEP, are not supported. When a Lync/Skype for Business agent makes an inbound workgroup call and is connected to an agent, this user cannot transfer or invite conference members to the workgroup call. No early media can be heard for outbound workgroup calls. MaxAgent does not display personal calls. When a workgroup call is transferred, it changes to a personal call. Agents cannot record transferred calls. MaxAgent Manual 1
6 Agents must set the following option in their Lync/Skype for Business client: Set Options > Status to: I want every-one to be able to see my presence Otherwise, agents may not be able to log into their workgroups. This problem arises because the agent's Lync Presence cannot be detected by MaxACD when this option is not set. In order to make outbound workgroup or personal calls, agents must set their MaxAgent status to Not Ready. Licensing MaxAgent requires a MaxAgent seat license for each user. A system administrator can verify seat licenses in the MaxACD 7 Administrator portal by selecting License from the Menu bar. 2 MaxAgent Manual
7 Installation C HAPTER 2 The client system must meet the following minimum requirements. Windows operating systems supported: Windows 10 Windows 8.1 (64-bit) Microsoft.NET Framework 4.5 or higher Minimum system requirements: 2GHz CPU or faster processor 10GB available hard drive disk space 2GB RAM SVGA monitor (1024 x 768) with 256-color (or better) display The client system must be running Microsoft Lync client 2013 or the Skype for Business 2015 client, and it must have access to a server running MaxACD Release 7.0. Pre-Installation Checklist Before installing MaxAgent, make sure the following is done: MaxACD server has been installed on the system server Your system is able to connect to the server on the network The person installing MaxAgent has local administrator rights on your system Your administrator has assigned a MaxAgent seat license to you Installing MaxAgent When the preparation steps are done, follow these steps on the client machine: 1. Close all Windows applications. 2. Load the MaxACD 7.0 installation media. MaxAgent Manual 3
8 3. Open the MaxAgent folder and run the Setup program in that folder, following the instructions as they appear. Alternatively, if your system administrator has loaded MaxAgent on a shared network server, you can copy the files in the MaxAgent folder and the Shared Components folder to your desktop machine and run the MaxAgent Setup program. Uninstalling MaxAgent 1. From the Windows Start menu, choose Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > MaxAgent Click Remove and follow the instructions. Automatic Upgrade Each time a user starts MaxAgent, a comparison is made with the version of MaxACD that is running on the server. If the version of MaxAgent is outof-date, the user is prompted to upgrade. If the user automatically upgrades, the MaxAgent startup is terminated and a software upgrade session is started. Restart MaxAgent to run the newer version. Note: For remote MaxAgent users outside the firewall, TCP port must be open to allow an automatic upgrade. Also, performing an automatic upgrade over the Internet requires the sending of 17 MB files over the WAN, so it may take some time to complete the process. 4 MaxAgent Manual
9 Getting Started C HAPTER 3 This section covers the following topics: Logging In on page 5 Overview of the Main Window on page 7 Logging Out or Changing Workgroups on page 10 Searching in Tabbed Windows on page 11 Customizing the Display on page 12 Logging In 1. Start MaxAgent from Start > All Programs > MaxAgent. 2. If the Lync/Skype for Business client isn t already running, it will automatically open. If your Lync/Skype for Business client is already running, you can sign into MaxAgent. 3. Enter the system server s IP address (contact your IT administrator for this address), your UPN name (which may be different from your Windows Domain name), and your Windows Domain password. If you want to store your password and have it entered automatically the next time, check Always save password. 4. Click Sign In. If the login attempt fails, you will also need to enter the domain and user ID. MaxAgent Manual 5
10 5. Select the workgroups you want to log into. You can log into eight workgroups simultaneously. 6. If the administrator has allowed you to change your outbound workgroup, you may do so. (Your outbound calls are logged to the workgroup specified in Outbound Workgroup.) 7. If Campaign Caller IDs have been configured for your workgroups, you can select the appropriate Caller ID from the list. 8. Click OK. If your version of MaxAgent doesn t match the version of MaxACD on the system server, you are prompted to upgrade when you try to log in. After you log in, the MaxAgent icon shows in the Windows tray, which is usually at the bottom corner of your screen. When you have new voic messages, the icon changes to indicate that you have messages. Reconnecting When a connection with the phone server is broken, a message asks if you want to connect again. Click Yes to restore the connection. Logging In Remotely You can use MaxAgent from a remote location if MaxAgent is installed on your remote computer. VPN or port forwarding for MaxACD server is required. 6 MaxAgent Manual
11 1. Log in using the IP address, your user ID, and password. 2. Click OK. Overview of the Main Window Once you log in, MaxAgent and the Lync/Skype for Business client appear in the same window side by side, with MaxAgent on the left and your Lync/ Skype for Business client on the right. Status bar Toolbar Call and chat information appears here MaxAgent provides tools to manage and monitor calls, and is your window into your workgroup environment. Status Bar From the status bar, you can do the following: Toggle your status between Ready and Not Ready. See the number of new workgroup voic messages (the total for all workgroups you are currently logged into). MaxAgent Manual 7
12 Configure MaxAgent (see Configuring MaxAgent on page 35). Open help. Toolbar Buttons The Toolbar buttons let you log in or out, begin recording, connect a call, redial the last call, enter an account code, or disconnect a call. You can choose which buttons to display, and the order in which you want them to appear; see Customizing the Display on page 12 for details. Workgroup Status Panel The Workgroup Status panel shows you the real-time status of each workgroup you re a member of. Information includes: WG Name The workgroup name Login/Out Whether you are currently logged in or logged out CIQ The current number of calls/chats in the queue CIQ > SLT The number of calls/chat sessions in queue greater than the Service Level Threshold Longest QT The longest queue time New VM New voic messages Logged In The number of agents logged in to each group 8 MaxAgent Manual
13 Busy The number of agents who are busy Unavailable The number of agents who are not available IDLE The number of agents who are idle Service Level % The percentage of calls that exceed threshold Session Information Panel The session information panel shows several columns of information about calls and chat sessions: Record This appears when a call is being recorded State The state of the active call/chat session: Connected The call/chat session is connected Conferencing The call is in conference Hold The connected call is on hold Proceeding The agent is making an out outgoing call Ringback The outgoing call has ringback Ringing A call or chat session is ringing Error An error occurred while placing an outgoing call Name The name of the customer on the call or chat session, if available Type The type of session, voice call or chat session Group Your workgroup name DNIS/URI The URI Routing entry Duration The duration of the call/chat session User Data The data entered by an agent and saved to the CDR database IVR Data This field is filled in by the IVR Form Data Information that the customer provided before initiating the chat session You can right-click an entry to access a context menu for it. Then select from commands available for that session. Tabbed Pages Various tabbed pages are available on the bottom half of the MaxAgent screen. MaxAgent Manual 9
14 Performance The performance (since midnight) for each workgroup you re logged into. Includes direct calls and workgroup calls. See Viewing Workgroup Performance on page 31 for details. Queue A list of calls in the queue. You can pick up a call from queue if the system administrator has granted you the appropriate permissions. See Viewing Queues on page 32 for details. WG Voic A log of unopened and opened voic messages left for this workgroup. See Working with Workgroup Voic Messages on page 24 for details. History A history of your incoming, outgoing, and missed calls. See Viewing the History on page 30. Monitor A list of the agents that you have chosen to monitor. See Monitoring Agents and Workgroups on page 28. Setting Availability When you set your Do Not Disturb/Availability status in the Lync/Skype for Business client, it is synchronized with MaxAgent. When you set your availability to Do Not Disturb, your incoming calls will go directly to voic without ringing your phone. The Ready/Not Ready button is a toggle; click it to toggle between the two states. Ready Workgroup calls can be directed to you Not Ready Workgroup calls will not be directed to you Logging Out or Changing Workgroups You can log out of a workgroup or change the workgroups you re logged into: 1. Click Login/out to open the Workgroup Login window. 2. Clear the check boxes next to the workgroups you re logging out from. 3. If logout reason codes are required in your system, select one in the list. 4. If you want to log into other workgroups, select their check boxes. Click OK. 10 MaxAgent Manual
15 Minimizing and Closing MaxAgent Minimize To minimize MaxAgent, click the Minimize button in the top corner of the screen. MaxAgent shrinks to an icon on the Task bar. Exit Click the button at the top right of the MaxAgent window. Both MaxAgent and the Lync/Skype for Business client close. Searching in Tabbed Windows Searching is available in these tabs: History and WG Voic . In the History tab, you can search by the columns Number, Name, DNS/ URI, Group, and Note. On the Workgroup Voic tab, you can search by the columns Number, Name, Group, and Note. To search, 1. In the Search in field, select the column you want to search in. 2. Place the cursor in the field beside the magnifying glass, and type what you re looking for. The search begins as you type, and the list narrows to records that match what you have typed. 3. When you begin a new search, the information that was displayed on the tab reappears. Or you can clear the field beside the magnifying glass or make another selection in the Search in field, and you ll see all the information on the tab. MaxAgent Manual 11
16 Customizing the Display You can customize many aspects of the MaxAgent display: Adjusting the Panes on page 12 Showing or Hiding Tabs on page 12 Showing or Hiding Columns on page 13 Resizing, Rearranging, and Sorting Columns on page 13 Showing, Hiding, or Rearranging Toolbar Buttons on page 14 Docking the Tabbed Pages on page 14 Making a Tab a Separate Window on page 15 Adjusting the Panes To adjust the space given to MaxAgent or your Lync/Skype for Business client, position the cursor between them until you see a double arrow, then drag left or right. You can adjust MaxAgent and the Lync/Skype for Business client window sizes. Showing or Hiding Tabs To specify the tabs you want to display, right-click to the right of the tab bar. A list opens: Check the tabs you want to display; clear the tabs you want to hide. 12 MaxAgent Manual
17 Showing or Hiding Columns To specify the columns you want to see, right-click a column heading and check or clear the names in the list. Checked columns will be displayed. Resizing, Rearranging, and Sorting Columns To resize columns, position the cursor on a column divider in the header area until it changes to a double arrow. Then drag to resize the column. To rearrange columns, click and drag a column name to the location you want. Moving the Record column to the right To sort columns in ascending or descending order, click the column heading. An ascending (first to last) or descending (last to first) arrow appears. Click the column heading again to sort in the reverse order. If you click a column heading, and all the data in that column is the same, MaxAgent keeps the sort order of the previously clicked column. Ascending order Descending order MaxAgent Manual 13
18 Showing, Hiding, or Rearranging Toolbar Buttons To add, remove, and rearrange the toolbar buttons, right-click in the button area and choose Customize Toolbar Buttons. The list on the right shows the buttons that currently appear on the toolbar. To remove a toolbar button, select it and click Remove. To add a button, select a button from the list on the left and click Add. To rearrange buttons, select a button in the list on the right and click the Up button or Down button, until the toolbar button is where you want it. Then click OK. Showing Pop-ups for Incoming Calls You can have a pop-up window open when you have incoming calls. Pop ups work when MaxAgent is minimized but not when you have closed the application. See Setting Alert Preferences for instructions. Docking the Tabbed Pages To drag and dock the set of tabbed pages, left-click and hold on the dotted lines above the tabs until a docking arrows appears. Drag to the arrow that indicates the side where you want the pages to dock. The pages will be docked at the side you selected. 14 MaxAgent Manual
19 Dragging and docking tabs When the docking arrows appear, they look like this To drag and dock one tab, left-click and hold the tab s title until a docking arrow appears. Drag to the arrow that indicates the side where you want the tab to dock. Making a Tab a Separate Window To make a tab a separate window (independent of the MaxAgent main window), double-click the tab s title. Then you can resize the window and move it around. To dismiss the window, click the Close button in the upper right corner. To return the window to the set of tabbed pages, drag it by its title bar to the dotted lines above the tabs area. MaxAgent Manual 15
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21 Using MaxAgent C HAPTER 4 This section assumes that you have a working knowledge of making and answering calls by using your Lync/Skype for Business client. Depending upon which workgroups you work with, you may be handling voice calls, chat sessions, or both. Voice call functions include: Answering Calls on page 18 Making Workgroup Calls on page 18 Placing Calls on Hold on page 19 Transferring Calls on page 20 Making Conference Calls on page 23 Recording Calls on page 23 Using Account Codes on page 29 Working with Workgroup Voic Messages on page 24 Monitoring Agents and Workgroups on page 28 Viewing the History on page 30 Viewing Workgroup Performance on page 31 Viewing Queues on page 32 Chat handling functions are described beginning in Handling Chat Sessions on page 26. MaxAgent Manual 17
22 Answering Calls To answer a call, click Accept in the Lync/Skype for Business client pop-up. Click Accept to answer a call To end the call, click the Hangup button on the toolbar. Making Workgroup Calls While making workgroup calls, be aware of the following guidelines: In Release 7.0, you can now place outbound workgroup calls from Lync 2013/Skype for Business. Calls made from your Lync/Skype for Business client are personal calls, unless you right-click the contact and choose Outbound Workgroup Call. Personal calls will not be included in any workgroup or agent statistics. You must be logged into your Outbound Workgroup in order to make a workgroup call. You see the Outbound Workgroup setting when you log in; see the section Logging In on page 5. Before making outbound workgroup calls, set your status to Not Ready. If you do not make this change, then incoming workgroup calls may still be directed to you until your outbound call connects. MaxAgent validates that you have outbound call privileges before placing the call. You cannot place an outbound workgroup call to a workgroup that is within the same MaxACD system. If you try, the call may hang. You can, however, place a personal call to a workgroup in the same MaxACD system. There are several ways to make a workgroup call: Enter the number on the dial pad Click the Connect toolbar button 18 MaxAgent Manual
23 Return a call from the Voic panel Return a call from the History panel Right-click the contact in your Lync/Skype for Business client and select Outbound Workgroup call. Note: You cannot make an outbound workgroup call while in a conference call. Click here and type the number Right-click the entry in the Lync/Skype client Contact list and click Outbound Workgroup Call Placing Calls on Hold To place an active call on hold, use your Lync/Skype for Business client. The state of the call changes to a hold state and you will hear the dial tone. You may also hear hold music. MaxAgent Manual 19
24 Hover over this icon and choose Hold Call to place the call on hold To reconnect, click Resume Call in the conversation window. Click here to resume the call Note: While you have a workgroup call on hold, no other workgroup calls will be directed to your phone. Transferring Calls Agents must transfer workgroup calls using MaxAgent. There are two types of call transfers: Attended Transfer You switch the call to someone without speaking with the target party beforehand (in earlier releases, this was referred to as a Blind Transfer) Consultative Transfer You call and speak with the target party before transferring the call (in earlier releases, this was referred to as a Supervised Transfer) 20 MaxAgent Manual
25 Note: While transferring calls, do not close the second conversation window. When transferring calls, the Lync/Skype for Business presence in the transfer window will not update. Making an Attended Transfer To transfer a call directly to someone without speaking to the target party, 1. Right-click the call and choose Attended Transfer from the list. 2. From the menu, choose the target contact (or select IVR or Workgroup and choose the appropriate target) and click Transfer. You can search for the contact by typing in the field above the list. Considerations: If the destination is a contact, MaxAgent lists contacts from your Favorites list and your Other Contacts list (from your Lync/Skype settings). You can also enter a complete SIP URI in the search field as the destination. The search option only searches the contacts in your Favorites list and your Other Contacts list. To perform a global search, you must search directly from your Lync/Skype client, and then drag the contact from your Lync/Skype client and drop it onto the contact list area. In this scenario, the call transfer operation occurs immediately; there is no need to click the Transfer button. If a call transfer fails, you can either disconnect or resume the original call. MaxAgent Manual 21
26 Another way to make an attended transfer is to drag a contact from Lync/ Skype for Business client and drop the name to the contact list area. Making a Consultative Transfer Note: When making a consultative transfer, the target party MUST be either a PSTN number or a Lync/Skype for Business user endpoint. Other types of targets, such as a workgroup, an IVR tree, voic , or AEP, are not supported. To speak with someone before you transfer a call to that person, 1. First, place the call on hold. 2. Make a new call to the party that will be receiving the call on hold. Discuss the call as needed. 3. When you are ready to make the transfer, return to the Call panel, rightclick the call on hold, and choose Consultative Transfer from the list. 4. A window shows your active calls; click Transfer beside the target party. Forwarding Calls If you are using MaxAgent in a workgroup, we recommend that you do not set call forwarding in your Lync/Skype for Business client. Note: If you do set call forwarding in your Lync/Skype for Business client, be aware that incoming workgroup calls will still be sent to your Lync/Skype for Business client. 22 MaxAgent Manual
27 Making Conference Calls Note: When you conference a new member, the target party must be either a PSTN number or a Lync/Skype for Business user. Other types of targets, such as a workgroup, IVR, voic , or AEP, are not supported. To initiate a conference call, 1. Begin with the first call. 2. In the window, click the Lync/Skype for Business Conference button and choose Invite More People. 3. A list of agents opens. From the list, choose other participants and click OK. To select more than one agent, use Ctrl-Click to select multiple names. Recording Calls Click here to add other agents to the call The voice recording feature in MaxAgent lets you record conversations. Recorded conversations can then be played back through voic or accessed at a centralized location. Personal-call conversations cannot be recorded.! Listening in to or recording a conversation without the consent of one or both parties may be a violation of local, state and federal privacy laws. It is the responsibility of the users of this feature to assure they are in compliance with all applicable laws. or busy call handling. MaxAgent Manual 23
28 Recording on Demand If the system administrator has configured your account to record on demand (to a central location or to your voic ), you can use MaxAgent to initiate the recording. To record a call While connected to a call, click Record on the toolbar or right-click the call and select Start Recording from the menu. Click here to begin recording a call While a call is being recorded, a round red icon appears in the call s Record column. If your system administrator set the Insert Recording Tone option for your account, both you and the caller will hear a tone when the recording begins. To pause recording Right-click the call and select Pause Recording. To end recording Right-click the call and select Stop Recording. To listen to the recording If the system is set to save the recording as your voic , you can hear the recording through your Outlook or Lync/Skype for Business client. If the recording is being saved to a centralized location, contact the system administrator for the location. Working with Workgroup Voic Messages If your workgroup is configured so that agents can see their workgroup s voic messages, click the Workgroup Voic tab to see the workgroup voic messages. 24 MaxAgent Manual
29 The number of new workgroup voic messages appears in an icon on the status bar. This number reflects the number of new messages from the workgroups displayed in MaxAgent. If your administrator has not configured you to see voic messages for a specific workgroup, you will not see those messages in MaxAgent. New voic messages are indicated by a white, closed envelope and bold type. Heard voic messages are indicated by a white, open envelope. New messages marked urgent are indicated by a red, closed envelope. When you have a message marked urgent, the MaxAgent icon in the Windows tray and in the MaxAgent title bar becomes a red envelope, and the Voic indicator in the status bar bears a red circle. If the message is saved, the envelope has a small disk on it. Listening to Voic Messages Listening options are configurable, as described in Adjusting General Settings. You must have a media player installed on your system in order to listen to voic messages. You can listen using the sound card on your computer. When you listen to a new message, the envelope icon changes from closed to open, indicating that the message has been heard. Rewind Stop Return Call Save Export Play Fast Forward Delete Rewind Rewinds the message to the beginning Play Plays the selected message Stop Stops playback of the message Fast Forward Advances quickly through the message Return Call Calls the number from which this call was placed Note: If a voic message is left for a workgroup, but you are not currently logged into that workgroup, you cannot use the Return Call feature to call the party back. Delete Deletes the selected message MaxAgent Manual 25
30 Save Saves the messages on a server Export Exports the message as a.wav file to the folder you specify; see the section Saving or Exporting Messages Note: The Lync/Skype for Business client Hold feature is not supported when playing a voic message. Returning Calls from Voic Messages You can return a call from a message on the WG Voic tab; just click the Name field for that record. Saving or Exporting Messages Click Save to save the message to the remote server location, as configured by your administrator. You can also save a message as a.wav file that you can play back later. To do so, 1. Select the message and click the Export button (or right-click the message and choose Export). 2. Name the.wav file and choose directory in which to store it. You can then play the.wav file on a media player. Attaching Notes to Messages To add a note to accompany a message, double-click in the Note field, type your note, and press Enter. Handling Chat Sessions In Release 7.0, MaxAgent has been updated to support chat sessions, in addition to voice calls. Web chat entries appear in the Call Window, just as voice calls do. The DND setting in the Lync/Skype for Business client applies to both voice calls and chat sessions. You can enable or disable a chat Auto-Answer feature, which is similar to the voice call Auto-answer parameter. When you have multiple chats open at the same time, they will appear as tabs in the window. 26 MaxAgent Manual
31 There are tabs for each active chat session This panel shows the current chat session Entries from the customer appear here You receive chat requests via a popup. In the popup, you can either accept or reject the incoming chat session. Depending upon the way your administrator has configured your account, you can handle multiple chat sessions. Each active chat session appears on a separate tab; to respond to a chat, click that tab and type your question or response to the customer. Note: In some cases, if you forward or transfer a chat to another Skype/ Lync user, the Form Data (the information that the customer entered) may not display. Picking Up Chats From the Queue You can pick up chats from the queue, if this ability has been enabled by your administrator. Note: In some cases, if a customer closes the chat browser window, it may take up to 55 seconds for that chat to drop from the MaxAgent queue. Not all browsers send events indicating that a session has closed. Because of this, you may occasionally pick up a chat that does not connect; you do not connect because there was a delay in letting MaxAgent know that the customer had closed the browser window. MaxAgent Manual 27
32 Monitoring Agents and Workgroups If the administrator configured your account for monitoring, you can monitor the activity of the other agents in your workgroup. If you re a manager, for example, you might monitor queues to determine whether you need more resources in a busy environment. Or you might use the monitoring capability to cover calls for a co-worker, since you can click the pickup icon in the monitor list and take the co-worker s call or chat. Choosing Workgroups to Monitor To choose workgroups to monitor: 1. Click the Monitor tab, and click the Select Users button at the bottom of the panel. Users and workgroups to which your administrator has given you monitoring rights appear. 2. Select the agents or workgroups that you want to monitor, and then click OK. If the list is long, you can search for entries. The agents and groups that you selected will appear in the Monitor window. Viewing the Monitor List The monitor window includes these fields: State The state can be one of the following: Idle The line is idle Connected The agent is connected to a call Ringing The agent s phone is ringing Hold The agent has a workgroup call on hold 28 MaxAgent Manual
33 Busy The agent s Presence is Busy or the agent is on a direct call or chat session Proceeding An outbound call is being made Ringback The outbound call is now getting ringback Conferencing The call is in conference Unstaffed The agent has signed out of Lync/Skype for Business Error An error has been detected while making an outgoing call Agent The agent who is being monitored Name The name of the customer (if available) Number The phone number of the customer (if available) DNIS/URI The URI digits collected, (if available) Duration The current duration of the call or chat session Using Account Codes If your system is set up to use account codes, you can associate calls and chats with specific codes for billing or tracking purposes. Account codes apply to incoming calls, outgoing workgroup calls, and chat sessions. Note: You can only enter account codes from MaxAgent. Required account codes If the system administrator configured your account to require account codes for outbound workgroup calls, you are prompted you to enter a code for each outbound call. The dialog box may contain a list of account codes, depending on how the administrator configured your account. After entering the code, click OK. If your account was granted permission to override the account code requirement, you can either enter an account code in the field at the top of the dialog box or enter # to bypass the account code altogether. Optional account codes You may enter an account code without being prompted. To associate a call in progress, or a chat session, with an account code, click the Account button or, 1. In the Call panel, right-click the call and choose Account Code from the menu. MaxAgent Manual 29
34 2. If a list opens, select an account code and click OK. If a list does not open, type a code in the field and click OK. To change the account code for a call in progress, repeat the steps above, entering the new account code. Viewing the History Click the History tab to view data about handled workgroup calls and chat sessions. (Personal calls are not recorded in the History tab.) Note: Click on the column headings to sort the data. Information includes: Direction For calls, Indicates if the call is incoming or outgoing, or was a missed call. Left-pointing arrow indicates outgoing call; rightpointing arrow indicates incoming call. Right-pointing arrow with exclamation point indicates a missed call. Number The extension or phone number of the call or chat. Name The caller ID information, if available. Date/Time The date and time of the call or chat session. When you sort on Date/Time, calls and chats are sorted by last disconnected and not in the order the call/chat was received. It is 30 MaxAgent Manual
35 therefore possible to have a record with an earlier timestamp followed by a record with a later timestamp. Also, the timestamp for call/chat data is based upon the client system, while the timestamp for voic messages is based upon the MaxACD server. Thus, the times displayed here may not match those in the voic view in the main window. Duration The duration of the call/chat session. DNIS/URI The URI routing rule name. Group The workgroup name. Note A note attached to the call. If you entered a note in the User Data field of the call, it appears here. To enter a note on the History tab, double-click the Note field and type your note. To select a record in this panel, click any field except the name. To return a call, click the name. Click the Delete button to delete selected entries in the history list. Click the Delete All button to delete the entire history list. Returning Calls From the History Tab You can return a call from a record on the History tab; just click the Number field for that record. Viewing Workgroup Performance Click the Performance tab to view statistics on workgroup calls and direct calls. The data is collected from midnight. MaxAgent Manual 31
36 If you have been removed from a workgroup by the administrator, all your statistics related to that workgroup will also be removed from the Performance tab. The statistics on this tab are cleared if the system is reset. Much of the data reported here is also reported in the Supervisor s view of group statistics and is further discussed in Viewing Group Statistics in the MaxSupervisor Manual. Click Export to export the statistics as a.csv (comma-separated values) file. Click the Print button to print the statistics. Viewing Queues Click the Queue tab to view the calls/chat sessions in queue for the monitored workgroups. You can export the data to a.csv file (click Export), and you can print the data as a Queue Report (click Print). Information includes: ID The Call ID in the queue of one workgroup. The ID is unique within a workgroup, but may be repeated in all workgroups. 32 MaxAgent Manual
37 Group The workgroup name or workgroup number. Queue Time The duration of the call in queue. Priority Queue Time The duration the call has been in queue at the current priority level. Priority queue time is reset to 0 when the call s priority is promoted to a higher level. Number The caller ID of the call in the queue (if available). Name (if available) The name of the customer (if available). Form Data Contains a link; click the link to view Information that the customer provided before initiating the chat session. DNS/URI The URI routing rule name. Priority The priority level assigned to the call/chat session. SKLR The skill level required. Type The type of session (voice call or chat session). Picking Up Calls from Queue To pick up a call from a workgroup queue, click on the queued call and click the Pickup icon. MaxAgent Manual 33
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39 Configuring MaxAgent C HAPTER 5 Using the MaxAgent Configuration window, you can configure various behaviors and options. Note: Some options may not be available to you. Click the button in the upper right of the MaxAgent main window to configure these options. In the Configuration window, click Apply or OK to save your changes: Apply Saves your changes; you remain in Configuration window OK Saves your changes and closes the Configuration window Adjusting General Settings In the Configuration window, click General Info to configure the general settings for MaxAgent. Disable Agent Not-Ready Notification Disables the pop-up that indicates that your status is now Not Ready. Enable Auto-Answer for WG outbound call back When enabled, sets Lync/Skype for Business to automatically answer the internal call and place the outbound workgroup call. If you clear this checkbox, you will need to answer the ringback Lync/Skype for Business call before Lync/Skype for Business makes the actual outbound call. We recommend you leave this setting enabled. MaxAgent Manual 35
40 Enable Chat Auto-Answer When this option is selected sets Lync/ Skype for business to automatically answer chat requests. Setting Alert Preferences To set call notification options, use the Configuration window s Alert screen. Alert Type Disable Disable the screen pop alert. Screen Pop When a new call comes in while MaxAgent is minimized on the taskbar, the MaxAgent window pops up. You can then answer the call or perform other actions. For MaxAgent to pop up, you cannot have closed the application entirely. Audio Beep You hear a beep you when you have a call. Auto Close The pop up window closes after you end the call. Queue Alert Options Screen Pop When a new call enters the queue, the MaxAgent window pops up. Audio Beep You hear a beep you when you have a call. Wait time longer than A window pops up when a call has been waiting in queue longer than the time you specify here. Queue length exceeds A window pops up when the number of calls in queue exceeds the number you specify here. You must close the window manually. 36 MaxAgent Manual
41 The window shows the exceeds alert only when the threshold is first crossed. For example, if you set the threshold at 3, the window pops up only when the CIQ count changes from 3 to 4; it will not open again if the CIQ count increases further. Showing or Hiding Tabs You can choose which tabs you want to display in MaxAgent by rightclicking in the space to the right of the tabs in the main window and selecting the tabs you want to show. You can also configure the tabs in the Configuration window s Tab Layout screen. Check the tabs you want to display in MaxAgent, and click OK. To restore all call control buttons, tabs, and application window sizes to the default settings, check Restore to default layout and click OK. Logging Errors If you want the system to keep an error log for troubleshooting, in the Configuration window s Log screen, check the Enable Application Log check box. The log is stored in your \\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\AltiGen\MaxAgent Lync/Skype for Business Edition folder. MaxAgent Manual 37
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43 Index A Account codes 29 auto upgrade 4 C call history 30 call holding 19 calls forwarding 22 making workgroup calls 18 picking up from queue 33 placing on hold 19 recording 24 returning 26, 31 transferring 20 chat sessions 26 conference call 23 Conference state 9 configuration 35 connected 9 F forwarding calls 22 H history logs 30 history window 30 hold icon 19 I installation requirements 3 L licenses required 2 logs 37 M making workgroup calls 18 MaxAgent configuration 35 monitor window 28 P pick up call from queue 33 pickup call icon 33 R recording calls 24 returning calls 26, 31 ringing 9 ringing state 9 S saving changes 35 SIP Hold state 9 system requirements 3 T transferring calls 20 U uninstall 4 V voic messages 25 W workgroup calls vs. personal calls 18 workgroup status panel 8 workgroups monitoring 28 MaxAgent for Lync Manual 39
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