Microsoft’s Omnichannel for Customer Service allows us to escalate web chat conversations to voice and video calls, this is a great feature when conversations become complex and a chat conversation is simply more long winded than a voice call.
Omnichannel for customer service contains a number of features to help improve agent productivity. In this post I will explore two of these …. Agent scripts and Macros. Plus we’ll see some slugs along the way!
We can now intergate Dynamics 365 with Facebook messenger using the Omnichannel for Customer Service app.
I have recently been experimenting with both Omnichannel for Customer Service and Power Virtual Agents, as now the two can be a combined their integration seemed like an obvious thing for me to review. In this post I will document how I created my first “omnichannel virtual agent” and make a few observations along the way.
Recently I gave a presentation regarding Omnichannel for Customer Service at 365 Saturday in Paris, afterwards I was asked a question about the files customers might send in webchat conversations. In this scenario a large volume of attachments were expected and these would need to be managed. Therefore they wanted to know where the attachments were stored. In this post I hope to answer that question and more!
Microsoft’s new “Omnichannel for Customer Service” adds powerful webchat capabilities into Dynamics 365. I’ve been experimenting with some of its latest features…. In this post I’ll explain how visitors to your website can access their chat transcripts.
I have recently been experimenting with Microsoft’s new Omnichannel for Customer Service. This fantastic tool gives us webchat (and much more) within Dynamics 365. One really useful feature is the ability to “mask” data. In this post I will explain this feature.