2 Contents Chapter 1: Call handling...5 Answering calls...5 Making calls...5 Holding and reconnecting...6 Muting and unmuting your workstation...6 Transferring calls...6 Conferencing callers...7 Initiating video calls...8 Playing an agent greeting manually...8 Ending a call...8 Sending instant messages...9 Ending an IM interaction...9 Answering a TTY call...9 Ending a TTY call...10 Chapter 2: Common tasks and help...11 Registering with Communication Manager...11 Logging in as an agent...11 Logging out as an agent...12 Connecting to Presence Services...12 Disconnecting Presence Services...13 Changing the agent state...13 Changing the answer settings...13 Completing the work in follow-up work mode...14 Accessing your voice mails...14 Getting help...14 Chapter 3: Supervisor features...17 Observing agent service...17 Sending a quick alert...17 Barging into a call...18 Performing an ad hoc transfer...18 Chapter 4: Reference tables...19 Media icon descriptions...19 Shortcut keys for Avaya one-x Agent...21 Index...27 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
3 Chapter 1: Call handling This reference guide addresses the most common procedures for taking calls. Your contact center may be configured to use different procedures. Answering calls 1. To answer a call: If Auto-Answer is in effect, wait for the confirmation tone. If Auto-Answer or Auto Accept option are not in effect, click Call Answer icon in the voice interaction to answer/accept the call manually. 2. If an agent greeting is in use, wait for it to finish playing. 3. Speak into the headset, microphone, or handset. Making calls 1. To dial from text entry field: a. On the action bar, click Work Options list menu > New Call b. In the Text Input field, enter the contact phone number, valid telephone number, agent number or extension number. c. Click Initiate Call next to Text Input field to initiate a new call. 2. To call a number from the contact list: a. On the action bar, click Contact List icon b. Scroll to the contact you want to call and click Click to Call phone icon to initiate a new call. 3. To make a call from Contact Log: Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
4 Call handling a. On the action bar, click Work Log b. Scroll to the contact log record you want to call and click Click to Call phone icon to initiate a new call. Holding and reconnecting Select the appropriate choice depending on what you want to perform: To place a call on hold, click Hold Call icon. Note that if auto-hold is in effect, the system puts current calls on hold automatically when you answer another call. To return to a call on hold, click Unhold Call icon. Muting and unmuting your workstation On an active call or during conference, perform one of the following actions: To mute a call, on the top bar, click Mute Phone icon. To disengage mute, on the top bar, click Unmute Phone icon. Transferring calls 1. During an active call, perform one of the following options: Click Call Transfer > Supervisor to transfer the call to the supervisor. Click Call Transfer > Speed Dial > <Contact Name> to transfer the call to a contact in the Speed Dial list. 6 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
5 Conferencing callers Click Call Transfer > Contacts and select a contact from the contact list window to transfer the call to a contact in the list. Click Call Transfer > Enter value > enter phone number in the text entry field to transfer the call to an agent. If Direct Transfer is in effect, the system transfers the call to the selected contact directly. The transfer ends. 2. If Consultive Transfer is in effect, wait for the third party to answer the call and announce the call transfer. 3. If the third party agrees to accept the impending call, click Call Answer. The system transfers the call to the selected contact. Conferencing callers 1. During an active call, perform one of the following options: Click Conference icon > Supervisor to conference the call with the supervisor. Click Conference icon > Speed Dial > <Contact Name> to conference the call with a contact listed in the SpeedDial list. Click Conference icon > Contact List and select a contact from the Contact List window to add the contact to the conference. Click Conference icon > Text entry field and enter the telephone or an extension number in the Text Input field to conference the call. If two or more calls are in progress, drag and drop one call into the other to conference the callers. If Direct Conference is in effect, the system adds the contact to the conference directly. If Consultive Conference is in effect, wait for the third party to answer the call and announce the conference. The system puts the first party's call on hold, and dials and creates a new call in the work item. If the third party agrees, agent must click Call Forward icon. 2. To end the conference call, perform any of the following steps: To drop the last added participant from the conference call, click Drop Participant for the associated participant. To close the conference call, click End Conference icon in the work item. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
6 Call handling Initiating video calls 1. During an active call, click Video Call icon to start a video call. The system automatically converts the a call I into a video call if the station is a video enabled station. 2. Use any of the following options during the video call: Click Mute Video icon to block your video broadcast. Click Unmute Video icon to unblock your video broadcast. Click Acquire remote camera icon to acquire the remote camera. Click Call End icon to release the remote camera. Playing an agent greeting manually 1. When system recognizes an incoming call, click Call Answer icon. 2. On the top bar, click Agent Greetings icon and select the agent greetings recording for the incoming call. The system starts the agent greeting first and then transfers the voice control to you. You can click Bypass Agent Greetings icon if you want to bypass or stop the greeting playback. Ending a call To end a call, perform one of the following actions: Click Call End icon in the voice interaction. Hang up the handset, if used. Note: For calls on hold, you must reconnect to the call before you can end it. 8 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
7 Sending instant messages Sending instant messages 1. To send instant messages using Text Input field: a. Click Work Options list next to the text entry field and click New IM Icon. b. Type the recipient's IM user ID and domain in the following manner in the Text Input field: <IM user name> c. Press Enter or click the Initiate IM icon. 2. To send instant messages to a contact from your contact list, click Initiate IM icon corresponding to the contact name in the Contact List window. 3. To send instant messages to a contact from your work log, expand the work log entry and click Initiate IM icon corresponding to the work log entry in the Work Log window. 4. To start IM interaction on a voice call, click Add IM to workitem icon of the relevant work item on the Work List window. 5. Type your messages in the IM window and click Send or press Enter. Ending an IM interaction Click the End IM icon of the corresponding IM interaction either on the IM window or on the Work List window. Answering a TTY call 1. On the incoming call work item, click the corresponding Start TTY icon. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
8 Call handling TTY call gets accepted and focus shifts to the TTY window. 2. Begin typing your messages at the green prompt on the TTY window. Make sure that you end your message string with the abbreviation GA (meaning Go Ahead). Ending a TTY call To end a TTY call, click the End TTY icon corresponding to the TTY interaction on the TTY window, or on the Work List window. 10 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
9 Chapter 2: Common tasks and help Registering with Communication Manager 1. Click Start Avaya one-x Agent icon on your computer desktop. The Welcome window appears. 2. Click OK. 3. On the Login dialog box, perform the following steps: a. In the Extension field, enter the telephone extension number. b. In the Password field, enter the password. c. To change the settings for your extension, password, save configuration, server address, telephone extension, and IP telephone address, as needed, click Change Settings. Note: If the Communication Manager feature is administered on the extension, select the CM Auto Answer Support Required option for the application to login with Auto Answer option enabled. Logging in as an agent 1. On the top bar, click Agent Status > Log In. Agent Login window is displayed after the station login is successful. 2. Enter Agent ID and password on the Agent Login window to login as Agent. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
10 Common tasks and help Note: If you have a voice phone, it rings. Answer the call immediately. If you do not answer the call or if you used a wrong number, log in again. Begin answering or making calls. 3. Click Log In. Logging out as an agent On the top bar, click Agent Status > Logout and choose appropriate reason code from the list (if configured). Note: If you attempt to log out while on an active call, the system logs you out from the ACD service only after you hang up the call. You can log back in at any time by clicking the agent login. Connecting to Presence Services To be able to log in using this procedure, Presence Server IP Address and domain must be already configured in the IM tab or else the log in will fail. 1. Select System Options > Presence Server Connect. 2. On the Connect to IM Server window, perform the following steps: a. In the User Name field, enter your Presence Services user name. b. Enter your Presence Services password in the Password field. c. Enter the Presence Services domain name in the Domain field. 3. Click Log in. 12 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
11 Disconnecting Presence Services Disconnecting Presence Services Select System Options > Presence Server Disconnect. Changing the agent state On the top bar, perform one of the following actions: If you are ready for ACD calls, click Agent Status > Ready. If you are not ready for ACD calls, click Agent Status > Auxiliary and choose the appropriate reason code from the list. If you want to logout from the ACD, click Agent Status > Log Out. Changing the answer settings Use any of the following options: To change the answer setting to Manual-Accept, in the Work List window, click Work List > Manual-Accept. To change the answer setting to Auto-Accept, in the Work List window, click Work List > Auto-Accept. Note: Before changing the answer setting to Auto-Accept, ensure that you are using a headset in the My computer configuration, or your phone is in the off-hook state in the Desk Phone or Another Telephone configuration. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
12 Common tasks and help Completing the work in follow-up work mode 1. On an active call, in the Work List window, click Change Work Completion > Follow-up icon. 2. Wait for the caller to hang the phone. The system starts the follow-up timer for the associated work item. 3. Complete the work for the associated work item. 4. If you finish the task before the timer expires, click Complete Follow-up icon. If you require more time to complete the work, click Follow-up > Extend Follow-up icon. After completing the work, click Complete Follow-up. Note: Follow-up is equivalent to After call work. Accessing your voice mails 1. When a new voice message arrives, the system changes the message-waiting lamp to green with a mail icon appearing on the top left-hand corner of the top bar. 2. Click Unread Messages icon. Note: Voice mail service is available only for registered extensions registered with a voice mail system. Getting help Perform any of the following actions to access help: Move the mouse pointer over the icons and other interface elements to display tooltips. Press F1 or click System Options > Help to display the Avaya one-x Agent online help. On any dialog box, click the Help icon. 14 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
13 Getting help See Using Avaya one-x Agent for procedures and detailed information. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
14 Chapter 3: Supervisor features Observing agent service Prerequisites You can observe only those agents listed in your contact list. 1. Click the Contact List icon to open the Contact List window. 2. Click the Service Observing icon against the agent name. This displays the Service Observe menu. 3. Click Observe Agent on the Service Observe menu. This loads a Service Observing work item on your Work List window. Sending a quick alert 1. On the action bar, click Contact List icon. This displays the Contacts window. 2. Perform any of the following steps to send a quick alert. To send a quick alert to a group, click the Quick Alert icon in front of the group name in your contact list. To send a quick alert to an agent, click the Quick Alert icon in front of the agent name in your contact list. If you are service observing an agent, click the Quick Alert icon in the work item you are observing. 3. Enter the quick alert text on the Quick Alert window and click Send. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
15 Supervisor features Barging into a call 1. Start service observing for the agent you want to observe. 2. Click the Barge In icon to enter the active call. You can talk to the agent and the customer on the active call. Performing an ad hoc transfer Prerequisites To perform an ad hoc transfer, you must be involved in an assist mode in an active call between an agent and a customer. Use the following procedure to transfer an active call to the supervisor desktop. After the agent drops the call, the call appears as a normal work item on the supervisor's Avaya one-x Agent application interface. Thus, the system displays the call as a normal call work item. 1. During an agent-customer interaction, click Barge In on a Service Observing session. 2. Inform the agent to click the Call End button. The call between the agent and the customer on the agent's interface ends, and the system transfers the call to the Supervisor's Avaya one-x Agent application interface as a normal work item. The system displays the call as a normal call work item. 18 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
16 Chapter 4: Reference tables Media icon descriptions Icon Name Start Avaya one-x Agent No Messages Unread Messages Agent Greetings Stop Agent Greetings Bypass Agent Greetings Mute Phone Unmute Phone Audio Monitor System Options Help icon Manual-Accept Auto-Accept Alerting Working Follow-up Complete Follow-up Extend Follow-up Add New Call Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
17 Reference tables Icon Name Conference Add IM to workitem Work Code WorkItem Details Incoming Call Outgoing Call Call Hold Hold Call Video Call Interaction Conference Call IM request TTY Call Accept Desktop Share Call Answer Unhold Call Call Forward Call Hold Call Transfer End Call Start Video Call Unmute Video Acquire remote camera Mute Video End Video Initiate IM End IM Start TTY 20 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
18 Shortcut keys for Avaya one-x Agent Icon Name End TTY Listen In Barge In Service Observing Quick Alert Coach New Work menu Work Options list New Call New IM Search Initiate Call Click to Call Conference Initiate IM Transfer Contact List Dial Pad Work Log VuStats Launch External Applications Shortcut keys for Avaya one-x Agent Use these shortcut keys as directed at appropriate location on the Avaya one-x Agent UI. Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
19 Reference tables Shortcut keys to be used on Action Bar Top Bar Shortcut key Alt+L Ctrl+D Alt+W Ctrl+S Alt+A Alt+C Alt+I Alt+S Ctrl+M Alt+G Ctrl+Insert Ctrl+Del Ctrl+Y Ctrl+X Alt+P Ctrl+U Ctrl+O Alt+N Description Toggles Contact List window Toggles Dialpad window Toggles Work Log window Toggles Vu Stats window Opens the Launch Application menu Initiates a new call Initiates a new IM interaction Invokes search window. Opens voice mail Opens agent menu (For example, Ready, Auxiliary, Idle) Opens Agent Login dialog box Logs out the agent (only applicable with no custom logout reason codes) Changes agent state to Ready Changes agent state to Aux. (only applicable with no custom Aux. reason codes) Opens plays agent greeting menu Toggles between mute and unmute Opens the Audio panel Invokes the System Options menu 22 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
20 Shortcut keys for Avaya one-x Agent Shortcut keys to be used on Contact List window Work Log window Work List window Ctrl+P Ctrl+T Shortcut key Ctrl+Shift+S Ctrl+Shift+P Ctrl+Shift+C Ctrl+Shift+A Insert Delete Ctrl+Shift+W Delete (while a work log is selected) Page up Page down Alt+1 through 9 A Description Opens Agent Preferences window Opens System Settings window Toggles between station connect and disconnect Toggles between Presence server connect and disconnect Invokes the Advanced Search window for the contact list Invokes the Contact Details window to add a new contact Invokes the Contact Details window to edit the contact Deletes the selected contact from the contact list Invokes the Advanced Search window for work log Deletes a work log Displays the previous page Displays the subsequent page Shifts focus between work items if you have multiple active calls in the Work List window Answers the call (while the focus is on voice interaction) Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
21 Reference tables Shortcut keys to be used on Shortcut key Description While in IM interaction Dialpad window R H T (open menu) C (open parent WI menu) I Y A I R D I R D Ctrl+F Releases the call (while the focus is on voice interaction) Holds/Unholds the call (while the focus is on voice interaction) Transfers the call (while the focus is on voice interaction) Conferences the call (while the focus is on voice interaction) Opens IM window (while the focus is on IM interaction) Opens the TTY window (while the focus is on voice interaction) Adds a call to the work item (while the focus is on the work item) Adds IM interaction to the work item (while the focus is on the work item) Invokes Reason Codes (while the focus is on the work item) Displays the work item details (while the focus is on the work item) Invokes the IM window. Invokes the Reason Codes window. Displays the Work Item details on the Work List window. Displays the Favorite Buttons window. 24 Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12, 2011
22 Shortcut keys for Avaya one-x Agent Shortcut keys to be used on IM Window All list windows TTY Window Alt+R Shortcut key Alt+F6, Shift+Alt +F6 Ctrl+Shift+Y Ctrl+Shift+H Ctrl+Shift+T Ctrl+Shift+R Alt+Shift+A Alt+Shift+O Description Invokes the saved responses on the IM window Alternates between two consecutive pages of the window on which they are used. Closes the TTY window Toggles between Hold and Unhold states of the TTY call Opens menu to transfer the call Releases the call Opens the Abbreviation menu Opens the Options menu of the TTY window Avaya one-x Agent Quick Reference March 12,
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