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WFO Release Notes

May 20, 2019

New options in Analyze tab for users that use the tab to quickly explore the data to get more insight.

Pivot Tables in Analyze

Tables in Analyze are now more flexible. You can segment measures in both rows and columns. You can use multiple attributes on both sides of the table. This lets you view your data in a more natural way. All plain tables created previously automatically get these pivot table features.

Historical Reporting - Release Notes - Pivot Table in Analyze

March 21, 2019

Create Calculated Measures using Arithmetic Functions

Analyze feature now allows you to create new calculated measures directly in your insights.

Use items from the Measures section and basic arithmetic functions to create new measures for your current insight.

For example, you can create measures to display abandonment rate as ratio of abandoned segments to handled segments:

Custom Measure

Export Insights from Analyze

If you need to analyze data from you insights in other applications, you can now export insights from Analyze tab to XLSX files (with merged or unmerged cells) or CSV files.

March 3, 2019

Support for cold transfers

Voice conversations are now split into more granular segments that help you analyze transfers between queues within customer contacts.

For more details, please check the updated article on Conversation Structure.

Updated Control Center dashboard

An additional set of built-in metrics and reports now provide insights into such contact centers KPIs as SLAs and Handling Time.

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Navigate to the Queues and Handling Time dashboard tabs in your Control Center dashboard to check the updates. You can check the most recent full list of built-in objects in the attached file: WFO Metrics, Attributes & Reports.

Change Measure and Attribute colors

In the Analyze tab, you can now adjust any color that represents measures and attributes.

You can select from a predefined set of colors from the color palette, choose a new color in the color picker, or enter a hexadecimal code to use your custom color.

If the insight is included in a KPI Dashboard, the new colors are displayed there as well.

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