- Wallboard Builder Reference Guide Introduction
- AudienceWallboard Builder Application
- Accessing Wallboards
- Wallboard Builder Overview
- View Mode
- Edit Mode
- Creating New Wallboards
- MetricsMultiple Wallboards
- Global Wallboards
- Rotating ScreensColors and Style
- Customizing Wallboard Styles
- Title and ControlsStandard Widgets
- About Standard Widgets
- Agent Grid
- 1.1 Settings
- 1.2 Control Options
- 1.3 Agents Ahead of Me
- 1.4 Statistics
- 1.4.1 Active Item: Direction
- 1.4.2 Active Item: Flagged
- 1.4.3 Active Item: Hold Duration
- 1.4.4 Active Item: Media
- 1.4.5 Active Item: Monitor Mode
- 1.4.6 Active Item: Party Name
- 1.4.7 Active Item: Sentiment
- 1.4.8 Active Item: Service
- 1.4.9 Active Item: State
- 1.4.10 Active Item: Talk Duration
- 1.4.11 Average Handle Time
- 1.4.12 Average Idle Time
- 1.4.13 Average Preview Duration
- 1.4.14 Break Time
- 1.4.15 Calendar Events
- 1.4.16 Calendar Events Overdue
- 1.4.17 Count of Selected Dispositions
- 1.4.18 Custom Survey Metric 1
- 1.4.19 Custom Survey Metric 2
- 1.4.20 Customer Satisfaction
- 1.4.21 Extension
- 1.4.22 First Call Resolution
- 1.4.23 First Name Last Name
- 1.4.24 Inbound duration average
- 1.4.25 Inbound duration total
- 1.4.26 Inbound emails dispositioned without reply
- 1.4.27 Inbound emails handled
- 1.4.28 Inbound emails in personal queues now
- 1.4.29 Inbound emails offered
- 1.4.30 Inbound emails pulled by agent
- 1.4.31 Inbound emails replied
- 1.4.32 Inbound emails unanswered
- 1.4.33 Inbound handled
- 1.4.34 Inbound handled now
- 1.4.35 Inbound held
- 1.4.36 Inbound held, non-transferred
- 1.4.37 Inbound rejected or missed by agents
- 1.4.38 Inbound released by agents
- 1.4.39 Inbound transferred away
- 1.4.40 Inbound transfers received
- 1.4.41 Last Name First Name
- 1.4.42 Login duration
- 1.4.43 Net Promoter Score
- 1.4.44 Next Not Ready State
- 1.4.45 Next State
- 1.4.46 Not Ready Reason
- 1.4.47 Number of interactions recategorized to a different service
- 1.4.48 Number of nonreplies started and discarded by agents
- 1.4.49 Occupancy
- 1.4.50 Outbound calls duration average
- 1.4.51 Outbound calls duration total
- 1.4.52 Outbound calls rejected or missed by agents
- 1.4.53 Outbound emails in personal queue
- 1.4.54 Outbound interactions handled by agents (email - send non-replies)
- 1.4.55 Preview duration now
- 1.4.56 Records previews
- 1.4.57 Records skips
- 1.4.58 Records skips %
- 1.4.59 Selected Dispositions Percentage
- 1.4.60 State
- 1.4.61 State duration
- 1.4.62 State icon
- 1.4.63 Success rate
- 1.4.64 Team Name
- Agent State Summary
- Service Grid
- Single Statistic
- ImageTime Series Widgets
- About Time Series Widgets
- Time Series WidgetsUser Widgets
- About User Widgets
- Break Time
- My Stats vs. My Team's
- AgendaCopy from Existing Widgets
- About Copy from Existing Widgets
The Agent Grid widget provides information about a specified selection of agents on a team. Real-time metrics shown on this widget can help supervisors and agents understand team performance, view the status of other agents (e.g., Ready or Not Ready), and more.
The grid shows the following information about agents:
- Agent first and last name
- The duration in state (except for Ready, where idle time is shown instead)
Users with the privilege Customize Wallboards may edit the control settings of wallboard widgets.
Title is the title of the widget. Widget titles, along with their icons, are displayed in the widget selector.
You can select the teams or states to be shown on the widget. Choose from selected teams or selected states.
If selected states is chosen, a dialog will open with the available states that can be selected. You may also limit the agents shown to only agents on your subteams or by logged-in agents.
Selected teams are chosen in the same way. Note that teams not assigned to the editing user will not be displayed or included in the calculation. The display is limited to the editing user’s assigned teams.
Selecting the enable checkbox enables the column headings to be shown on the widget.
Max items to show
Enter the maximum number of items to be shown on the widget.
Agent names and metrics are displayed in Columns. Note that first+last is a formula field.
You can specify the order (i.e., 1, 2, 3) in which agents and their metrics are displayed in the widget. Note that you may sort the list of agents to show how many agents are ahead of you to accept an interaction.
Statistic is the name of the statistic that will be shown on the widget.
Sort will sort the agents and agent statistics listed in the widget. Note that you may sort the list of agents to show how many agents are ahead of you to accept an interaction.
In the Columns section of the widget settings, the Title field allows you to rename the statistic's title.
In the Settings dialog window shown, notice the control options. These are used to select, sort, delete, and move items in and out of the widget's columns.
- The "plus" icon is used to add more statistics to a column.
- The "X" is used to delete a statistic from a column.
- The sort circle means there is no sorting, and it appears only on hover.
- The sort up arrow is used to move a statistic up the list.
- The sort down arrow is used to move a statistic down the list.
Note the following:
- When column headings are disabled, the Title column is hidden.
- When multiple sort options are selected, they are evaluated in the order that columns are defined.
Agents Ahead of Me
The Sort settings of the Agent Grid widget can be modified so that agents can see if there are any other agents in front for them for receiving the next call. The Agent Grid widget will list the top 10 agents from all teams, which are sorted by status and metrics in the following order:
- Idle time, descending
- Wrap Up time, descending
- Not Ready time, descending
- Busy time descending
Logged-in agents who have this widget on their wallboards will see their names highlighted in the list. If there are no logged-in agents, the widget shows nothing and “No agents logged in."
In the example shown, the Agent Grid's title has been changed to "Agents in Front of Me" and the widget shows the agents' first and last name, state, and the duration in state or idle time (i.e., the time since login or the last interaction).
For the Agent Grid widget, the following real-time statistics and user properties may be selected.
Active Item: Direction
Active Item: Direction indicates whether the service for the interaction the agent is currently handling is inbound or outbound.
Active Item: Flagged
Active Item: Flagged indicates if the interaction the agent is currently handling is flagged.
Active Item: Hold Duration
Active Item: Hold Duration displays the current amount of time a customer has spent on hold for the interaction the agent is currently handling.
Active Item: Media
Active Item: Media is the media type (e.g., voice, chat, email) of the interaction that the agent is currently handling.
Active Item: Monitor Mode
For supervisors, Active Item: Monitor Mode indicates what monitor mode they are in.
Active Item: Party Name
Active Item: Party Name is the name of the customer from the interaction the agent is currently handling.
Active Item: Sentiment
Active Item: Sentiment is the sentiment score of the interaction the agent is currently handling. The score indicates how negative or positive the current interaction is, based on sentiment analysis. A score value below -0.05 is considered negative and a value above 0.05 is considered positive. A value in between -0.05 and 0.05 is considered neutral.
Active Item: Service
Active Item: Service is the service of the interaction that the agent is currently handling.
Active Item: State
Active Item: State is the agent's state in the interaction that the agent is currently handling.
Active Item: Talk Duration
Active Item: Talk Duration is the time an agent has spent talking on the current call (i.e., the time from the moment the call was answered minus any hold time). For chat sessions, this metric represents current chat session duration during which this chat session was shown to the agent (i.e., was selected in Active Communication List). If the agent is handling several chat sessions concurrently, only one selected session at a time is counted.
Extension is the agent's extension number.
First Name Last Name
First Name Last Name is the agent's first name followed by the last name.
Last Name First Name
Last Name First Name is the agent's last name followed by the first name.
Login duration is the total amount of time an agent has been logged in to their current Agent Desktop session.
Next Not Ready State
Next Not Ready State indicates what an agent's next Not Ready state will be. For more information about agent state, see How to Interpret Your Current State Information in the Agent Guide.
Next State indicates what an agent's next state will be, e.g. Break, Lunch, etc.
Not Ready Reason
This statistic presents the reason for an agent not being ready to handle interactions.
For more information on agent states and Not Ready reasons, see the Agent Guide, section How to Interpret Your Current State Information.
State is the name of the agent state, such as Logged out, Not Ready, ACW, Ready, and Busy.
State duration is the amount of time the agent has been in a current state.
This field is the icon associated with the agent state, such as the icons for Logged out, Not Ready, ACW, Ready, and Busy.
Team Name is the name of the agent's team.