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IPCC Express CSQ Priority

I am having trouble getting the priority user to front of the queue. I have 2 queues 1 standard user and 1 priority user but can't seem to figure out who to set the prority properly for that queue.

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Re: IPCC Express CSQ Priority

Priority is not for queues, but for calling users. So, you should have one queue and set higher priority for VIP users within the same queue.

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regards,

PK

Re: IPCC Express CSQ Priority

If I understand your needs correctly you may do this several ways. With one queue assign a variable and then have the priority set based on the variable, you can do this in CRS. Another way is like you started have two queues both skills based assign all agents both skills and give 1 level less value for standard skill this will present higher skill call first. There are some good ways as well but scripting guide can help as well. Here is a cut and paste from scripting quide:

A Sample Unified CCX Script Template

The sample Unified CCX script template performs the following functions:

1. Accepts a call.

2. Asks the caller to enter an account number.

3. Records the caller's name.

4. Does one of the following:

• Connects the caller to an agent

• Queues the call and sets a priority, based on whether or not the caller has

already entered an account number on a previous attempt to connect

during the same session, and/or if the main script has already failed and

the caller has been re-routed back to the main script.

Figure 17-1 shows the top-level view of the sample Unified CCX script in the

Design pane of the CRS Editor.

Figure 17-1 Unified CCX Sample Script Design Pane-Top-level View

The Start Step (Creating a Script)

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