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UCCX menu option statistics

Hi all, Does anyone know if you can get statistics for the number of times options in the menu step are selected by callers and how you can run a report to get these stats?

Many Thanks

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Re: UCCX menu option statistics

There are 2 ways of doing this ...

1 - populate one of the custom variables in the script with the option that the caller has picked. You can then run a custom call variable report. You need to use the Set Enterprise Info step in your script.

2 - Try to have a CSQ after each option in the IVR. That way you know how many callers selected each option by looking at the number of calls presented to each CSQ.

Brian

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UCCX menu option statistics

I concur that option 1 recommedned is the best choice, alternatrively if you have Premium edition you can write it to an external database everytime an option is selected.

HTH,

Chris

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Re: UCCX menu option statistics

we had to write a custom report, however, its a pita since that report has to be pushed to each historical reports desktop.

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New Member

Re: UCCX menu option statistics

Is there a chance you could send me a snippet of a script to just guide me on my way please inc the variables?

Thanks

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Re: UCCX menu option statistics

Script attached. You'll need to add the set enterprise call info step after each option in the your IVR.

Then, run a custom call variables report to see what the variable was set to during the call.

Brian

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UCCX menu option statistics

Hi Bill,

We are also looking to report on these custom variables. From what I can see these are set in the

ContactCallDetail table as customVariable1 through to customVariable9.

Can you confirm this is the table and columns?

Cheers

Jamie

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