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If sending an SMS message, specify the number to which the text message will be sent. Variables in the ''$(varname)'' format can be used. Note that in order for this option to work in voice scenarios, an [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging#SMS.2FMMS_access_numbers|SMS/MMS access number]] should be configured in your [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging|Messaging/Chat]] entry.
 
If sending an SMS message, specify the number to which the text message will be sent. Variables in the ''$(varname)'' format can be used. Note that in order for this option to work in voice scenarios, an [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging#SMS.2FMMS_access_numbers|SMS/MMS access number]] should be configured in your [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging|Messaging/Chat]] entry.
  
==== Wait for text input ====
 
When enabled, this checkbox allows the configured message to be sent after the customer has entered text (i.e., sent an SMS).
 
  
==== Result variable name ====
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[[File:Send-Message-Plus-Chat-Settings-1-53.PNG|650px|thumbnail|center|Send Message+ settings for chat]]
''Result variable name'' allows you to create a variable associated with the results returned from this block; the variable can be used at a later point in your scenario to trigger events or pass data.
 
 
 
==== Timeout after, sec ====
 
This field appears after the [[#Wait_for_text_input|Wait for text input]] checkbox has been selected, and is where you configure the amount of time in seconds the system will wait before it takes the [[#Timeout|Timeout]] conditional exit.
 
 
 
 
 
[[File:Send-Message-Plus-Chat-Settings-53.PNG|650px|thumbnail|center|Send Message+ settings for chat]]
 
  
  
 
== Voice Scenarios ==
 
== Voice Scenarios ==
  
=== Conditional Exits ===
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=== Conditional Exit ===
The Send Message+ block for voice scenarios may take the following conditional exits.  
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The Send Message+ block for voice scenarios may take the following conditional exit.  
  
 
==== Send error ====
 
==== Send error ====
 
The ''Send error'' conditional exit if the attempt to send a text message returned an error.  
 
The ''Send error'' conditional exit if the attempt to send a text message returned an error.  
  
==== Timeout ====
 
The Send Message+ block in chat scenarios may take the ''Timeout'' conditional exit. A Timeout occurs when the amount of time configured in [[#Timeout_after,_sec|Timeout after, sec]] has been exceeded due to no input text being received.
 
  
 
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[[File:Send-Message-Plus-Voice-Conditional-Exit-53.PNG|300px|thumbnail|center|Send Message+ conditional exits for voice]]
[[File:Send-Message-Plus-Voice-1-53.PNG|300px|thumbnail|center|Send Message+ conditional exits for voice]]
 
  
  
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==== Send to this number ====
 
==== Send to this number ====
 
When sending an SMS message, specify the number to which the text message will be sent. Variables in the ''$(varname)'' format can be used. Note that in order for this option to work in voice scenarios, an [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging#SMS.2FMMS_access_numbers|SMS/MMS access number]] should be configured in your [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging|Messaging/Chat]] entry.
 
When sending an SMS message, specify the number to which the text message will be sent. Variables in the ''$(varname)'' format can be used. Note that in order for this option to work in voice scenarios, an [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging#SMS.2FMMS_access_numbers|SMS/MMS access number]] should be configured in your [[Contact-center-administrator-guide/Messaging|Messaging/Chat]] entry.
 
==== Wait for text input ====
 
When enabled, this checkbox allows the configured message to be sent after the customer has entered text (i.e., sent an SMS).
 
 
==== Result variable name ====
 
''Result variable name'' allows you to create a variable associated with the results returned from this block; the variable can be used at a later point in your scenario to trigger events or pass data.
 
 
==== Timeout after, sec ====
 
This field appears after the [[#Wait_for_text_input|Wait for text input]] checkbox has been selected, and is where you configure the amount of time in seconds the system will wait before it takes the [[#Timeout|Timeout]] conditional exit.
 
  
  
[[File:Send-Message-Plus-Voice-Settings-53.PNG|650px|thumbnail|center|Send Message+ settings for voice]]
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[[File:Send-Message-Plus-Voice-Settings-1-53.PNG|650px|thumbnail|center|Send Message+ settings for voice]]
  
  

Latest revision as of 23:03, 8 February 2019

• 5.2 • 5.3 • 5.8

Send Message+

The Send Message+ scenario block is used to send messages to customers. Note that the types of messages you can send changes depending on whether you are creating a voice or chat scenario.


Scenario Builder Send Message+ scenario block


Chat Scenarios

Conditional Exit

The Send Message+ block for chat scenarios may take the following conditional exit.

Timeout

The Send Message+ block in chat scenarios may take the Timeout conditional exit. A Timeout occurs when the amount of time configured in Timeout after, sec has been exceeded due to no input text being received.


Send Message+ conditional exit for chat


Settings

Media type

When used in a chat scenario, the Send Message+ block can be used to send either a chat or an SMS message. For the Media type setting, select either CHAT or SMS.

Message

Message is the text of the message to be sent to the customer. Variables in the $(varname) format can be used in the message text.

Send to this number

If sending an SMS message, specify the number to which the text message will be sent. Variables in the $(varname) format can be used. Note that in order for this option to work in voice scenarios, an SMS/MMS access number should be configured in your Messaging/Chat entry.


Send Message+ settings for chat


Voice Scenarios

Conditional Exit

The Send Message+ block for voice scenarios may take the following conditional exit.

Send error

The Send error conditional exit if the attempt to send a text message returned an error.


Send Message+ conditional exits for voice


Settings

The Send Message+ block for voice scenarios sends text messages (i.e., SMS) only.

Message

Message is the text of the SMS to be sent to the customer. Variables in the $(varname) format can be used in the message text.

Send to this number

When sending an SMS message, specify the number to which the text message will be sent. Variables in the $(varname) format can be used. Note that in order for this option to work in voice scenarios, an SMS/MMS access number should be configured in your Messaging/Chat entry.


Send Message+ settings for voice


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