Defining Inbound Call Flow Scenarios
  • 25 Jun 2021
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Defining Inbound Call Flow Scenarios

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This menu determines the route the incoming calls will follow in the Tegsoft system. You can manage incoming calls with different configurations in time conditions. You may not be able to receive calls when you are not working or you may have a different IVR announcement work.
Different configurations can be made for a single number. With the rule sets to be determined here, the incoming call will be directed to the appropriate destination. This target IVR, call queue, can be a direct agent. Special configurations can be determined for your VIP customers.

In this screenshot, all the titles to be defined in this menu are given. Detailed explanations of the titles are explained step by step below.

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In order to access to Skills Menu, click on the “PBX Management – Inbound Calls” field. Through this menu, in direction of needs, new Inbound Call rules can be created.

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Result Section and Filter Section

With filtering, you can quickly find the result you are looking for. There are many different filter options available.

You can find information about the use of the icons on the left panel in this link.

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Extension Definition

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Field Name Explanation
Route name This rule set should be given a meaningful name. Multiple rules can be used when managing this area. It is important to give a meaningful name.
Priority The priority determines in which rule set the incoming call will enter first. The priority value of 0 is the first and 100 is the last.
Destination type / Destination If a call follows this rule, it specifies the destination from this field to which the call will be forwarded within the system. Destination type and then destination information must be entered first. For example, Destination type= "IVR" , Destination= "Customer non-work IVR"
Id This area will be filled automatically, after saving.

Extension Rules

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Field Name Explanation
Caller id If you want to receive calls only from specific numbers, you can define these numbers in this field.
Called (did) If you have more than one number and you will define different rule sets for them, you must define the appropriate telephone number in this field.
Trunk If you have more than one trunk and you will define different rule sets for them, you must define the appropriate trunk id in this field.
Call profile cell
Time condition Time settings allows us to separate the time into specific groups. When you define the different time groups you work with as time conditions to the system, you can run the Tegsoft system in accordance with your working style in these time groups. You can find detailed information on the link.
Contact condition This field should be used if a special group or a rule set for certain customers will be determined for incoming calls. There are two options, "Known contact" "Unknown contact". The appropriate one should be chosen. You have to choose this special group in the combobox next to it.

Authorized Users

The user information in this area will come after the save process.
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The following operations must be done

Generally, two different IVR scenarios are used for the inbound center. One for working hours, the other for non-working hours. IVR that directs callers to queues during working hours. IVR stating that the system does not work during these hours during non-working hours. For the definitions to be made here, this separation is made with the time condition.

The following information refers to the fields that should be filled at least when defining the Inbound Call Scenarios. To define a more complex Inbound Calls, consider the field descriptions above.Below are two examples for working hours and non-working hours. Since these two examples cover the hours you worked and the hours you did not work, they would include all days(weekdays-weekend).

Example1- Defining Inbound Calls for working hours

1-Inbound Calls must be given a name.
2-A priority order should be determined.
3-A destination type must be chosen. (Generally, the working hours you use for the company are selected by IVR.)
4-The time condition should be determined. Out of period - non-working hours is selected in the example. This means that this rule works during your working hours. Details are available in the time condition article.
5-You have not specified a caller id, all customers can call.
6-Priority is written as 50. If you want call to go to this rule first, the priority must be greater than 50 in the rules to be defined later.

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Example2- Defining Inbound Calls for non-working hours

1-Inbound Calls must be given a name.
2-A priority order should be determined.
3-A destination type must be chosen. (Generally, the working hours you use for the company are selected by IVR.)
4-The time condition should be determined. In period - non-working hours is selected in the example. This means that this rule works during your non-working hours. Details are available in the time condition article.
5-You have not specified a caller id, all customers can call.
6-Priority is 55. If you want call to go to this rule first, the priority must be smaller than 50.

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