When a flowflow - A flow represents the full lifecycle of a call. It is a road map to how calls will be handled from the moment they enter the phone system to the end of the call. administrator accesses Studio, an error message and icon may appear at the top of the Flows page, and on a publishedpublished - If your flow is published, it means it’s error-free and that you can assign phone numbers to it. flow’s card.
These indicators are used to warn flow administrators and help them quickly identify which published flow(s) present(s) errors caused by the deactivation or deletion of Talkdesk resources, namely of agents.
If an agent has been previously selected in the “Assignment Parameters” field of the “Assignment and Dial” or “Callback” componentscomponents - Components are the basic building blocks of a call flow. There are multiple components available that you can add and configure to suit your needs. Check the full list of available components in the "Studio Components" section of this guide. and the agent is then deactivated or deleted in Talkdesk, disturbances and unexpected behavior may occur since calls will stop being assigned to the agent.
If the same happens in the “Voicemail” component, disruption in voicemail assignment and management is also likely to occur.
Through these error messages, flow administrators can make the necessary changes to the flows that have stepssteps - A step is a component-based action item that is added to the flow, leading to the desired outcome. with agents configured, thus preventing malfunctioning within the call assignment and voicemail management schemes.
When the flow administrator clicks the faulty flow card, the step(s) presenting the error will also be visible on the editoreditor - The Flow Editor is where you build and edit each call flow. You can access it through the "Studio Flows" page. page:
Within the step, an error message explaining the error reason will be displayed on the “List of agents in your account” field, under “Assignment Parameters”. It will show the caption “agent-deleted” in case of a deleted agent, or the name(s) of the corresponding agent(s) followed by a “deactivated” label, in case of a deactivated agent. This way, the flow administrator knows exactly which agent(s) need(s) to be reviewed:
To review the deactivated or deleted agent, proceed as follows:
1. Click Edit in the top right corner of the publishedpublished - If your flow is published, it means it’s error-free and that you can assign phone numbers to it. flow page to create the draftdraft - When you are building your flow, you are working on a draft version. version . If the draft already exists, a warning message will be displayed so you can make the necessary changes in the pre-existing version.
2. Click on the relevant step .
3. In “Assignment Parameters”, under “List of agents in your account”, remove the agent who has been deactivated or deleted by clicking the “X” icon next to their name .
4. When all the deactivated or deleted agents are removed from this field, it is necessary to add new, active agents. You can do so by typing the first 3 letters of the agent’s name and selecting it from the list .
If the agent is not active in Talkdesk, the name will not be displayed in this list.
5. Once the errors of the draftdraft - When you are building your flow, you are working on a draft version. version are fixed, click Save  and then, Publish  to enable your flow.
Please be aware that errors caused by agent deactivation/deletion will only be displayed in call flows that have been published after the feature’s release date - October 2020.
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