- Agent Guide Introduction
- What Is Agent Desktop?
- User Interface OverviewGetting Started
- Working in Agent Desktop
- Chat Center
- Knowledge Base
- Outbound Campaigns
- OverviewAccepting/Rejecting Chats
- How to Accept a Chat Request
- How to Reject a Chat RequestAudio/Video Chats
- How to Have an Audio Chat
- How to Have a Video ChatCanned Responses
- How to Create and Edit Canned Chat ResponsesChat Center
- How to Use Personal Chat
- How to Use Group Chat Co-browsing
- Co-browsingCreating Cases
- How to Create a Case from a Chat SessionFlagging Chats
- How to Flag an InteractionFollow-ups
- How to Schedule a Follow-Up Activity from a Chat SessionForms
- How to Send a Secure FormMultiple Chats
- Handling Multiple Chat SessionsSending Chat Messages
- Chat Messages
- How to Send and Receive Pictures and DocumentsTerminate the Chat
- How to End a Chat SessionTransfers
- How to Transfer Your Chat SessionHelp
How to Send and Receive Pictures and Documents
You can send files to your customers as well as receive files from customers via chat.
To send a file, follow these steps:
- Click the Add attachment button
- Select the desired file
- Click Open.
- Alternatively, you can drag and drop the file directly to your Chat Panel.
To the customer, the transmitted file will normally appear as a link for a document (or a thumb for a picture). The customer can click the link/thumb to download the file and open it as any regular file on his computer.
The attached document and picture may appear to the customer as shown.
If the customer sends you a document, your Chat Panel will show the file name as a link. Click the link to download the document and open it as any regular file on your computer.
If the customer sends you a picture, it will be displayed as part of your message exchange in the Chat Panel.
If you click the picture, it will appear in a large pop-out window.
If the native size of the picture is larger than the pop-out window, you will be able to adjust the viewing are via zoom controls and/or display the picture in a separate browser tab/window.