The call groups are available from the startup version. They represent the reduced version of a queue – but also offer certain call center functions. These include, for example, the Ring Delay and call diversion for different cases.

General Settings

  • You can define an individual name and a description for the call groups.
  • The call group can be reached internally and externally via the stored call number.
  • The music on hold can also be defined for each call group. Of course you can also select “Ringing instead of music”.

Advanced Settings

  • The forwarding cases are manifold: You can define a call forwarding destination for the case “Timeout“, the case “Busy” and for the case “Night answer“.
  • Users, groups, call groups, queues, voice menus or a manual destination can be selected as destination (e.g. a mobile phone number)
  • The maximum waiting time is the time in seconds that elapses before the call is dropped, redirected to the timeout call forwarding or the central drop point is used..
  • The default ring duration is a value in seconds and refers to the bars of the ring delay..
  • Script extensions can also be stored for call groups.

User and ring delay of the call groups

  • Users can be easily selected and added from the drop-down box.
  • The bars of the Ring Delay can be moved by “Drag&Drop“. This allows you to create any call distribution and let any phone ring for as long as you like.

Do you need more extensive call center functions? Then take a look at the versatile settings of the Phonalisa queues.

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