Using the Engagement tab

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The Engagement tab allows agents to view information about an active or closed engagement; for example, the queue the customer was routed through, or notes previously entered by other agents for the customer. You can also use the Engagement tab to select a disposition or add a note if you're viewing an active engagement.

After opening the Engagement tab , you can hover over the left-side border, then click and drag to re-size the panel.

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Prerequisites for using the Engagement tab for voice calls

  • Zoom desktop client for Windows or macOS, 5.9.3 or higher
  • Pro, Business, or Education account
  • Zoom Contact Center license

How to access the Engagement tab

  1. Sign in to the Zoom desktop client.
  2. Click the Contact Center tab.
  3. Follow one of these options:
  4. In the right-side panel, click the Engagement tab .
  5. (Optional) Hover over the left-side border, then click and drag to re-size the panel.

Information displayed in the Engagement tab

Details section

  • View Events: View associated engagement events.
  • Engagement ID: The unique identifier for the engagement. 
  • Start Time: The start time and date.
  • End Time: The end time and date.
  • Source: The channel type of the engagement.
  • Current Queue: The queue that the engagement was routed through.
  • Assigned Agent: The agent that answered the engagement.
  • Wrap-up Duration: The total time spent in the wrap up period in hours, minutes, and seconds.
  • Disposition: Displays the selected disposition for previous engagements. If you’re in an active engagement, you can select a disposition.

Note: You can also configure variables to display in the Engagement tab.

Published notes section

The notes previously entered for the call or notes previously entered by other agents. If you’re viewing the Engagement tab for an active engagement, you can add a note.

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