Article #: 16
How To: configure Alerts and Triggers for real time events
Similar questions: using Alerts and Triggers, configure Alerts and Triggers
Purpose: To learn how to configure Alerts and Triggers for Realtime events
To do this, you will need to be an administrator of the software and sign in to the admin UI.
- Log in to the Xima CCaaS Admin portal.
- Along the left-hand side in the navigation pane, select Admin (System) > Alerts and Triggers
- Click Realtime Triggers and the option will expand. Click on the ellipsis tool next to the metric called Create New.
- A new window called “Realtime Trigger” will appear. Fill in the metrics provided.
a. Name: This is the name of the Realtime Trigger. This is not how it will display in the alert itself. This is how we title the alerts in this UI. We encourage you to be descriptive in what the alert is so that as you build more of these alerts, you’ll know which is which when editing and deleting.
b. Value: This determines what kind of alert this Realtime Trigger will be. When you click the ellipsis tool, you’ll see we have several options to choose from based on Count, Duration, and few miscellaneous values, and even an option to build a formula of what to look for.
c. Trigger Threshold: This determines what your threshold is before an alert is sent. For example, you could put the threshold at greater than nine calls in the queue.
d. Desktop Users: This value determines who receives this Realtime Trigger and how they receive it.
e. Desktop Message: This allows you to write the message you would like everyone to see when the Realtime Trigger does pop up.
f. Desktop Alert Level: This determines what level of importance an alert will be. You can choose between Warning, Level, and Emergency.
g. Email Addresses: Here is where you can enter in the emails of people who you would like to be notified of an alert even if they are not an agent, not logged into CCAC, or out of office that day. To add more than one email address, separate the emails with a comma.
h. Email Subject: This is where you can enter in the text of what you would like the email subject to say.
i. Email Body: This is where you can enter in the text of what you would like the email body to say.
Once you have filled out all the metrics, click OK, and then click Save when you are done.
Updated about 1 year ago