2 Directed Call Pickup Start Three-Way Conference Hold Conference Hold or Resume Conference Participant Leave Conference End Conference Barge In on Call Sent to Contact (Enterprise Edition) View Call History Managing Contacts Show Directories Monitor Contacts Statically Monitor Contacts Dynamically (Enterprise Edition) Phone States Make Notes about Contact View Contact Details Manage Speed Dial and Personal Directories Search Contacts Create Directory from Search Results Quick Search Provision Monitored Users Shortcut Keys PAGE 2 of 16
3 About MegaPath Receptionist MegaPath Receptionist is a browser-based app that supports line-monitoring status, directory search, and advanced call management functions, including Camp On, Call Park and Conferencing. Receptionists use it to: Answer and manage incoming calls View the status of Favorites (Monitored Users) Monitor up to 200 lines (Enterprise Edition); 30 lines (Small Business Edition) Receptionist features include: Drag and Drop Call Transfer Use mouse to manage calls. Line Monitoring Line states include on-hook, off-hook, ringing, DND, Privacy and Call Forwarding Always. Camp On with Recall Perform a directed hold when called party is busy. Directed Call Pickup Pickup any ringing extension. Voic Transfer Transfer calls directly to voic . Call Barge-In Operator intrusion on a busy line. Group Call Park Initiate line hunting on incoming calls directed to a department or group (e.g. support, sales). Enterprise Edition Messaging Send s to contacts from desktop screen. Enterprise Edition Call History Log outgoing, received and missed calls. Call Statistics Average hold time, transfer count. Requirements for Running Receptionist Console Operating System MegaPath Receptionist is meant to be used on a Microsoft Windows platform. Hardware Requirements The hardware requirements for the Microsoft Windows platform include: 1.2 GHz or higher Pentium 3 or compatible CPU 512 megabytes (MB) of RAM recommended minimum; more memory generally improves performance 60 MB available hard disk space Video graphics card with minimum of 8 MB of RAM Super VGA monitor (15 inches or larger) 1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution HTTP(s) connectivity to the MegaPath Web Servers PAGE 3 of 16
5 In Internet Explorer 8, the maximum number is 50 calls. In Safari 5.0, Firefox 4.0, and Internet Explorer 9, the maximum number is 100 calls. In Firefox on Macintosh, when the user presses ENTER instead of the Sign In button to sign in to the Receptionist, a blank page appears. Launch/Log in to the Receptionist Console Voice Manager 1. Log in to the Voice Manager 2. Click Software 3. Click Receptionist 4. Enter your Voice Manager log in credentials Voice Administration Alternatively you can launch the application from the Customer Portal (Voice Administration>Calling Features>Call Control) if you are logged in. 1. Log in to the Voice Manager 2. Click Settings 3. Click Advanced Configuration 4. On the top of Calling Features page locate the Launch dropdown 5. Select Broadworks Receptionist PAGE 5 of 16
6 The Receptionist will launch without the need for a second login. Sign Out To sign out of the client: 1. Tap Sign Out at the top of the console 2. You will be prompted to save your current workspace Receptionist Console The main elements of the Receptionist interface include: Call Console Contacts Pane Setting and Help Links PAGE 6 of 16
7 The following diagram provides a quick overview of the Receptionist Console. 1. CALL CONSOLE Shows incoming/active calls & conference calls 2. CONTACTS Search function and contact lists To hide a contact tab, click the x on the tab. To show hidden tabs, click the icon shown below. Call Console The Call Console is where you manage your current calls. It contains the following: The main area of the Call Console lists your current calls and allows you to perform actions on them. Dialer This allows you to make ad hoc calls and redial up to 10 of the most recently dialed numbers. Conference panel This lists call legs of your current conference call and allows you to take actions on conference calls. For each call, the name and the phone number of the remote party (if available), the call state, the duration of the call, and for held calls, the time the call has been on hold, are displayed. PAGE 7 of 16
8 Contacts Pane You use the Contacts pane to call, monitor, and manage your contacts. The pane lists available contact directories. Group/Enterprise Contacts in your enterprise or group Personal Contacts in your Personal directory on BroadWorks Favorites Contacts whose status you are (statically) monitoring, which are configured on the web portal Speed Dials Speed dial numbers configured for your Speed Dial 8 and/or Speed Dial 100 service Outlook (Enterprise Edition) Your Outlook contacts, if the Outlook feature is configured Custom (Enterprise Edition) Contacts in your custom directories on the web portal LDAP search results (Enterprise Edition) Read-only access to Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) contacts via the Search feature, if the LDAP feature is configured The Contacts pane also contains the Search and Quick Search features, which you use to search for contacts. Settings and Help Links The Settings link, when clicked, displays the Settings page, allowing you to configure Receptionist. The Help link, when clicked, opens the Hosted Receptionist User Guide in PDF format. Managing Calls Dial Contact 1. In the Contacts pane, click the tab for the target directory. 2. Click the contact and then click CALL for that contact. 3. To dial an extension, click EXT, or to dial a mobile number, click MOB. The call appears in the Call Console. Dial Ad Hoc Number In the Dialer, enter the number and click Dial. Redial Number Up to 10 previously dialed numbers are available. 1. In the Dialer, click Redial. A list of recently called numbers appears. 2. From the list, select the number to call. PAGE 8 of 16
9 Dial from Call History 1. In the Call Console, click Call History. 2. In the dialog box that appears, select Placed Calls, Received Calls, or Missed Calls from the Show drop-down list. 3. Click a call log and then click Call for that log. View Current Calls Your current calls are always visible. To display the details of the conference call, click the Expand button in the Conference Call panel. View Incoming Calls Details If the Call Notification feature is enabled, a notification window appears when you receive a call, displaying the name and number of the caller. Answer Call In the Call Console, move the mouse over an incoming call and then click ANS for that call. Hold Call This function is not available from a remote office. In the Call Console, move the mouse over the call and then click HOLD for that call. Resume Call This function is not available from a remote office. In the Call Console, move the mouse over the call and then click ANS. End Call Blind Transfer In the Call Console, click END for the call to end. The call is removed from the Call Console. A blind transfer occurs when a call is transferred without an introduction. Calls may be blind transferred while active, held, or ringing (in) on your phone. If a call is ringing (in), blind transfer allows the call to be redirected before it is answered. You can blind transfer a call to an ad hoc number or to a contact. PAGE 9 of 16
10 To blind transfer a call to an ad hoc number: 1. In the Call Console, select the call to transfer. 2. In the Dialer, enter the destination number and click Transfer. The call is transferred and removed from the Call Console. To blind transfer a call to a contact: 1. In the Call Console, select the call to transfer. 2. In the Contacts pane, click the tab from which you want to select a contact. 3. Click the destination contact to expand it, and click Transfer TRF for that contact. The call is transferred and removed from the Call Console. Alternatively, drag the call onto the target contact and click Transfer TRF for that contact. Attended (Warm) Transfer Use this method to transfer a call with an introduction to the destination party. Calls may be transferred this way while active, held, or ringing (in) on your phone. In the latter case, the system redirects the call before it is answered. To transfer a call with consultation: 1. Make a call to the person to whom you want to transfer the call. If the first call was active, it is put on hold. The new call appears in the Call Console. 2. Wait until the called party accepts your call and speak to the party. 3. When ready to transfer, in the Call Console, select one of the two calls. 4. Move the mouse over the non-selected call and click Transfer TRF. The calls are connected and removed from the Call Console. Supervised Transfer To transfer an active inbound call with supervision: 1. In the Call Console, select the call. 2. Dial the number or contact to transfer the call over to. 3. If the number is busy, either retry or dial another number. 4. Move the mouse over the new, non-selected call and then click Transfer TRF. Transfer to Voice Mail 1. In the Call Console, select the call to transfer. 2. In the Contacts pane, click a contact with voice mail (in the Group/Enterprise or Favorites directory) and then click VM for that contact. 3. To transfer the call to your own voic , select yourself. PAGE 10 of 16
11 Camp on Busy Contact You can camp external calls trying to reach a busy extension. The call is transferred when the destination becomes available. 1. In the Call Console, select the call to camp. 2. In the Group/Enterprise or Favorites directory, click a busy or ringing contact and then click CAMP for that contact. The call is camped and removed from the Call Console. 3. If the call timer expires before the call is answered, the call is recalled to your device and reappears in the Call Console. Group Call Park (Enterprise Edition) This feature searches within a predefined hunt group for an available line to park a call. 1. In the Call Console, click an active or held call and then click PARK for that call. The call is parked on an available extension and then removed from the Call Console. 2. If the call timer expires before the call is answered, the call is recalled to your device and reappears in the Call Console. Directed Call Pickup You can answer a call on behalf of another person. 1. In the Contacts pane, click the Group/Enterprise or Favorites tab. 2. Click a ringing contact and click ANS. The call appears in the Call Console. Start Three-Way Conference 1. If necessary, place calls to participants. 2. In the Call Console, select one of the calls to conference. 3. Move the mouse over the non-selected call and then click CONF. The calls are moved to the Conference Call panel. Hold Conference To hold the conference, in the Conference Call panel header, click HOLD. Hold or Resume Conference Participant To place a participant on hold, click HOLD for the target call. To resume a participant, click ANS for the target call. Leave Conference To leave the conference, click LEAVE in the Conference Call panel header. The other parties stay connected but the calls are removed from the Conference Call panel. Note: that you can only leave a three-way conference. End Conference To end the conference, click End in the Conference Call panel header. The calls are terminated and removed from the Conference Call panel. PAGE 11 of 16
12 Barge In on Call 1. Click the Group/Enterprise or Favorites tab. 2. Click a busy contact and then click BARGE. A three-way conference is established. Sent to Contact (Enterprise Edition) 1. Click the Group/Enterprise or Favorites tab. 2. Click a contact with and then click In the message window that appears, enter the required information and then click Send. View Call History 1. In the Call Console, click Call History. The Call History dialog box displays your placed, received, and missed calls. 2. To view call logs in a group, select the group from the Show drop-down list. Managing Contacts Show Directories 1. At the top of the Contacts pane, click the drop-down arrow to the right of the directory tabs. 2. From the list that appears, select the directory to display. The directory tab is displayed at the top of the Contacts pane and its contents appear in the Contacts pane. 3. To remove a directory tab from the Contacts pane, click the Close button on the tab for that directory. Monitor Contacts Statically The Favorites directory, configured in the Voice Administration portal, displays the phone status of contacts. This is called static monitoring. Monitor Contacts Dynamically (Enterprise Edition) Dynamic Monitoring allow you to view the call status of selected contacts in your Group/Enterprise directory. You must request that a contact be monitored. Selected contacts cannot be unselected. When the number of monitored contacts reaches the maximum limit (100), the first contact that was selected to be monitored is unselected and stops being monitored. The status of a contact that is not monitored is shown as Unknown. PAGE 12 of 16
13 Phone States Available/Idle Busy Ringing Do Not Disturb Privacy (Enterprise Edition) Forwarding Unknown Make Notes about Contact (Enterprise Edition) You can make notes about contacts in the Group/Enterprise directory. 1. Expand the Group/Enterprise panel. 2. Click a contact to expand it. 3. Click the Notes link for the contact. 4. Enter or modify information in the Notes for <Contact Name>dialog box. 5. To save your changes and close the dialog box, click OK. 6. To close the dialog box without saving, click Cancel. View Contact Details Click the target directory tab and then click a contact. Manage Speed Dial and Personal Directories 1. In the Speed Dial or Personal panel, click Edit. The Edit Speed Dials/Edit Personal Contacts dialog box appears. 2. To add an entry, click Add. A new row appears. a. For a Speed Dial entry, select the dial code and enter the number and description of the contact. b. For a Personal entry, enter the name and number. 3. To delete an entry, select the entry and then click Delete. 4. To modify a Speed Dial entry, double-click the entry to make it editable and then modify it as necessary. Note: You cannot modify a Personal entry. PAGE 13 of 16
14 Search Contacts 1. Select the directory to search or click the Search tab to search in all directories. 2. If searching in a specific directory, make sure that the Quick Search box is unchecked. 3. In the Search text box, enter the text to search for. You can enter partial information (at least two characters). 4. To restrict the search to contacts that start with the entered string, check the Begins with box. 5. If searching in a specific directory, select the column to search by from the drop-down list. You can select a specific column or all columns. In the Search tab all columns are searched. 6. Click the Search button. Create Directory from Search Results 1. Perform a search on a single column in a specific directory. 2. When the results are displayed, click the Pullout button. A new tab is created that contains the results of the search. Once closed, a search results tab cannot be reopened. Quick Search 1. Select the directory to search and order it by the column to search. 2. Check the Quick Search box. 3. From the keypad that appears, select a single character. The contacts that start with the selected character (in the selected column) are displayed in the directory. PAGE 14 of 16
15 Provision Monitored Users 1. Log in to the Voice Manager 2. Select Settings 3. Select Advanced Configuration (a new window opens to display your Calling Features page) 1. Locate Client Applications>Receptionist (scroll down or use the Service type dropdown) 2. Click Edit 3. Add users to Monitored Users list a) Use the search boxes to locate individual users OR b) Click Search to display all users in the Available Users list c) Add Users to the Monitored Users list these will display in the Receptionist under Favorites d) Click Save PAGE 15 of 16
16 Shortcut Keys For more information on MegaPath Receptionist, visit the Voice Learning Center PAGE 16 of 16
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