To configure the Reporting component properly, it is important that at least one Assignment and Dial, Callback or Voicemail component is used in the flow.
Furthermore, if you wish to report by ring group, the component only allows the selection of a single ring group in the “Ring Group for reporting” field to make sure your interaction/contacts are reported on a single queue:
Depending on the position chosen to place the component in the flow, the component will have an impact when reporting either by interaction or by contacts.
Interaction Level Reporting
If no Reporting component is added, the interaction will be tagged with the last Assignment and Dial, Callback or Voicemail component’s ring group.
If one Reporting component is added and:
- the interaction ends after it, the interaction is tagged with the Ring Group defined in that Reporting component.
- the interaction ends without passing through any Reporting component, it is tagged with the ring group defined in the last Assignment and Dial, Callback or Voicemail component.
If this component is not added to the flow, your reporting will remain unchanged.
Contact Level Reporting
If a Reporting component is added, as shown below, one contact will be created with the ring group set in the reporting component “Report 01”:
If two or more Reporting steps are added to the flow, each reporting step will create a new contact out of the interaction:
When the Reporting component is not used, the contact will be reported following the ring group that has been defined in the first Assignment and Dial, Callback or Voicemail components of your flow.
Note: Please be aware that the following misconfiguration scenarios will result in the component’s incorrect behavior and that no data will be displayed in the “Calls Report”:
- The Reporting component is added to the flow after the Assignment and Dial (for instance, before an IVR step):
- The Reporting component is added to the flow, but no Assignment and Dial, Callback or Voicemail components are added:
Updated 5 months ago