Now that you completed the call flow, we can move on to implementing the integration.
You know how to create a ticket for every incoming and outgoing call. The requested variables you find in the list of core expressions. Make sure you have that set up.
Heads up: to have the brand name printed on the ticket, you must work with a local Automation that updates your ticket:
- Create another local Automation on the welcome audio
- This Post-Automation will update the ticket every time it leaves the welcome audio
- it adds the variable to the ticket so the agent and your reporting team know which brand the customer called
To have the queue name printed on the ticket, we need another local Automation. Find out where you would place it best! Again, the queue name is in the list of core expressions.
Adding the time a caller waited and - if connected - the talk time to a ticket needs a little tinkering. Actually, you need to distinguish between calls that were not connected to an agent and those that were. Also, watch out for which call leg you use. Give it a try, you'll find out!
Alright, that rounds up our tips and tricks for the helpdesk integration. Our last short section will give you some ideas on how you can automatically send SMS to customers.