Getting started as Agent
Need to know
As an agent you are responsible for handling dialogues, these can be calls, chats, emails or more. Good to know is that Anywhere365 uses a hunting mechanism. In this mechanism we try to get the right agent at the right time. An important part is the presence of your Microsoft Teams client. If your are available on Teams, you are available for a dialogue.
As an agent you have access to a set of applications to help you in your daily operations. As a minimum you always have a Microsoft Teams client. This can be expanded with a realtime dashboard in the form of the Inflight Snapper or Inflight Wallboard, back-office information in the form of the WebAgent.
Sign into a UCC (Formal Agent)
Formal agents A Formal Agent is able to sign in and sign out of the UCC. This can be achieved when the Agent sends a start or stop command to the Skype for Business client of the UCC. first need to sign in to the UCC. This can be done by using the Snapper or the WebAgent.
Sign into a UCC (Snapper)
Getting a dialogue
As an active agent you will automatically receive dialogue. Additional you can take the calls directly from the queue. This can be done by using the Snapper or WebAgent.
Take from queue (Snapper)
Managing the dialogue
During a dialogue you have access to use multiple features. Some features can be used either using the Snapper or the WebAgent.Note that the feature needs to be active first.
Finishing a dialogue
After a successful conversation you get assigned wrap up time. In this time you will not receive any new dialogues from Anywhere365.
Outside a dialogue
When you are not available for dialogue you can set a reason code. This will inform you colleagues and supervisor what you are doing. This can be set using either a chat window with the UCC or the GUI of the Snapper.
When you are not available for dialogue you can set a reason code. This will inform you colleagues and supervisor what you are doing. This can be set using the Snapper or WebAgent.
Set reason code (Snapper)