You can set custom priority for interactions in the queue based on the conditions you define. If an interaction meets the condition, it takes a higher or a lower priority than the default priority of the queue. To take advantage of this feature, you must use the Local CRM. Go to the Interactions tab to customize how the selected queue prioritizes specific types of interactions.
For example, AcmeJets has an email support queue with a default priority set to 2.
This queue handles support inquiries from all customers. To better serve its premium customers before others, AcmeJets can define a higher interaction priority for interactions from premium customers by setting a condition to determine the customer type. When an interaction meets the condition, the interaction priority overrides the default priority of the queue, allowing agents to serve the premium customers faster.
To define custom priority for interactions:
|Interactions Tab Option||Description|
|Set default interaction priority within the queue||To customize the priority for specific types of interactions within this queue, choose a non-default priority level, then in the condition area, specify the conditions that receive the non-default priority.|
In the list, 1 equals the lowest default interaction priority, and 100 equals the highest interaction priority.
|Add Interaction Rule||Click to create an interaction priority rule.|
|If the value of the field||Choose a Local CRM field to enable the options available in the equals list such as Case: Priority.|
For details, refer to Configure CRM Fields.
|equals||The values in this field varies based on what field you choose for Local CRM. For example, for Case: Priority in the CRM field, you can choose Low, Medium, or High.|
|Set interaction priority to||Choose a priority level for the interaction from 1 (lowest) to 100 (highest).|
|Enable priority routing rule||Select to enable the routing rule in your Virtual Contact Center.|
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