Within Dynamics 365 we can use Omnichannel for Customer Service to present chats to customers. The typical way of doing this is to “simply” have chat widget show when a customer visits a website / portal page. But what-if we want to proactively prompt the customer to start a chat?
I have recently started using Microsoft’s “Omnichannel Admin Center” app to configure Dynamics 365 Omnichannel for Customer Service. This replaces our previous app to administer Omnichannel for Customer Service. The new app contains many features connected with Unified Routing. Some I am still experimenting with! But one feature I have already used to great effect is the new routing diagnostics option. I will explain how in this post.
I have recently moved from using the original Omnichannel Administration app to the newer Omnichannel Admin Centre. If like me you want to use the newer admin experience you will need to migrate your current workstreams. In this post I will explain the process I followed.
Customer Service Workspace for Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 gives us the ability to open sessions and tabs in customer service scenarios. This can be very useful when an agent is juggling resolving multiple cases simultaneously. When they open a case it will be common to open the customer record, in this post I will show how…
I recently read about the ability to simplify the user navigation in Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 Omnichannel for Customer Service and Customer Service Workspace apps. I’m all for something that might reduce my mouse clicks! In this post I will explain how I configured this option and give my initial thoughts.
Within Omnichannel for Customer Service we can enable Power BI based dashboards to give insights into your customer communications across all your messaging channels. In this post I will review how to enable these dashboards and what information your supervisors will then be able to view.
We now have the capability in Microsoft’s Omnichannel for Customer service to commence outbound conversations with our customers using SMS, WhatsApp and Twitter. In this post I will give an example of how we’d configure an outbound SMS.
Microsoft’s Omnichannel for Customer Service supports two providers for sending SMS, Telesign and Twilio. I have already described the process for Telesign in another post. In this post we will look at how to configure SMS using Twilio.
A new feature has recently been added to Microsoft’s Omnichannel for Customer Service that can be used to trigger sound notifications when messages arrive.