So my biggest fear is that at some point agents will go busy and forget to ready themselves. i'm looking for a method that will either notify myself that the queue has no agents, or a queue that is smart enough to notice that no agents are available and react differently (allow for a message or callback option, or something).
I've been looking at the repository of scripts cisco provides and found the "BaseLineAdvQueuing.aef" and it looks like it might do the job if i could figure out why it's dying before it sends to the queue.
What does everyone else do?
There are generally two ways to manage this I find:
1) Have a supervisor, who's job it is to manage the agents and keep tabs on who is ready or not. Generally responsible for management of queue depths, answer times and staffing etc.
2) Have a wallboard which shows call abandoned, calls taken, agents in ready etc so that agents have a big visual prompt that they can see as well as everyone else (i.e. the management wandering through the office).
If you are on UCCX 7 you can set workflows to promtp the agents when they go 'Not Ready', however it does this at any not ready event (i.e. intentional as well as RNA, and when the agent logs in).
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