There’s still a lot of work going into email and our iOS mobile app, which is now being beta-tested internally.
On top of that we’ve added a couple of essential features - queue timeouts for call flows and the ability to export historical data - as well as our first integration (Podio).
One of the most requested functions are now available: Queue timeout action. This allows you to set a time limit on queues in your call flows that, when the time limit is exceeded, starts a new action in the flow. For example, you could add an announcement, route the call to another queue, have it go to voicemail or forward the call to the boss’ phone. No more customers waiting in queues forever.
Check out our guide to set it up.
Getting all the email features you all want added quickly is one of our priorities. This month we added a few new things, and we’re working on more (see what at the bottom of the email):
In the Analytics section you can now export conversation data to CSV for any date range. This will give you a complete overview of all your conversions, as well as their tags, queues, notes and more. Basically all the data you could ever want.
To export your data just go to Analytics and click on Conversations in the top right corner. Then select a date range and within 15 minutes you’ll receive an email with a CSV file.
There’s a guide too :-)
Our first integration has been released: Podio. The integration allows you to show information from Podio in the conversation view and send information from Dixa to Podio. Read the integration guide here.
Called number has now been added to Conversation Info (To). Now you can see both which number the customer dialed and the queue the call went to.For outbound calls the number that was called from is shown (From).
We have added different colors for each participant to make it easier to follow the conversation. Such a simple solution, but it works like a charm. Take a look for yourself.
We have been working hard on it and our Dixa App is now out in a beta version! For now this is an internal test. We will soon share some images from the app and invite the first customers for beta testing. Stay tuned for more.
We are still focusing on improving the email channel and the following features are almost ready: Compose email (send a new email/start a conversation), attach one or more files to email replies, Quick Responses (which will also work for chat), SPF support, auto-replies, email templates and custom signatures.
We’ve received a lot of good feedback from our customers since launching in December, and we always take it seriously. Is there something that annoys you when working with Dixa? Something that could be improved? A feature you think we’re missing? Please let us know!
That's all for now, folks.