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Configuring agent productivity settings


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The agent productivity settings control Interaction Portal behavior.

  1. In the navigation pane of App Studio, click Settings General .

  2. In the list of general settings, click Agent productivity.

  3. From the Call timer refresh rate (secs) list, select the refresh rate to refresh the call timer: every 1 second, every 5 seconds, or every 10 seconds.

    Use the default 1-second rate provides a realistic timer for the CSR.
  4. To track the time that a CSR is actively engaged with each interaction, select the Enable focus timer check box.

    When this feature is enabled, the Average focus time widget displays average active interaction times by date and channel.
  5. To make the focus timer visible to the CSR by displaying it on the interaction tab, select the Display focus timer to CSRs check box.

    This check box is enabled only when the Enable focus timer check box is selected.
  6. To show the call center volume indicator icon in the Interaction Portal header, select the Display call volume indicator check box.

  7. In the Quick close list, select the application behavior when the CSR closes an interaction tab:

    • To automatically wrap up an interaction when the CSR closes the Interaction tab, select Auto quick wrap from the Quick close list. The status of the interaction changes to Resolved-Complete.

      Always select Auto quick wrap if you enable the Workforce Intelligence feature. Doing so ensures that interactions will have an end time value, which is an important metric for Workforce Intelligence.

    • To leave the interaction open and the interaction timer running, select None.
  8. To allow the customer service representatives to delete the interaction or pulse notes added to a contact during an interaction, select the Allow CSRs to delete Interaction or Pulse notes check box.

  9. From the Default service request category list, select the default category that is displayed in the interaction portal under the Add Task menu.

  10. To hide the email cases icon in the Interaction Portal header, select the Hide email cases check box.

    Always show the email cases icon if your application is enabled to receive email correspondence.
  11. To allow CSRs to move the email message composer window during a customer interaction, select the Enable email floating window check box. To use this capability, you must select Default only (normal mode) in the Email message composer size for CSRs field.

  12. In the Email message composer size for CSRs list, select the size of the email message composer window that CSRs use for email interactions.

    The email message composer window opens when a CSR creates a new outgoing email or responds to an incoming customer email. The larger composer window provides a larger editing area and a more complete view of the email message body, but takes up more space and blocks the view of underlying screens. The smaller composer window provides a smaller editing area, but the CSR is able to see more customer information, including the original email if replying to an email.
    • Default and expanded: The email composer window size is small by default, but the user can expand it to the larger size.
    • Default only: The email composer window is always small.
    • Expanded only: The email composer window is always large.
  13. Click Save.

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