Viewing engagement logs (web portal)

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Zoom Contact Center admins can view engagement logs in the web portal to see information on closed engagement's. Closed engagements are past engagements that have ended and the agent has completed the wrap-up period. You can view information on closed engagements like the queue the engagement was routed to and how much time the agent spent in the wrap-up period.

You can also view information about closed or active engagements using the Zoom desktop client. For SMS engagements, use the SMS log. For usage charges, use the voice call and SMS usage reports.

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Prerequisites for viewing the engagement log

How to view the engagement log

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Contact Center Management then Logs.
  3. Use the following options to filter data:
    • From / To: Specify the time period for the logs. 
      • To specify a lookback period, click the From or To field, then click one of the lookback periods to the left of the calendar, for example, Last Week or Last Month.
      • To specify a date and time, click a day in the calendar, then click the time field to set the time.
    • Search field: Enter keywords to search by engagement ID, agent, queue, or consumer phone number.
    • Direction drop-down menu: Select Inbound or Outbound.
    • Channel drop-down menu: Select channel types to only display data for specific channels.
    • Click Filter to filter by the following:
  4. (Optional) In the top-right corner, click Export to export the data as a CSV file.

Information in the engagement log

    • Engagement ID: The unique identifier for the engagement. Click the ID to display associated engagement events.
    • Consumer:
      • For voice and SMS engagements, caller ID number and/or display name of the consumer, depending on if the number exists in the address book
        • Caller display name: The caller’s display name from the address book. This means that the caller ID number exists in the address book and was previously added by an agent or admin using the Zoom desktop client or web portal.
        • Caller ID number: The consumer's caller ID number. This means that the caller ID number doesn’t exist in the address book and hasn’t been added by an agent or admin.
      • For web chat engagements, displays the name entered by the consumer after clicking the chat engagement invitation.
      • For video engagements started from a web site, displays Customer by default.
      • For video engagements started from Zoom Rooms kiosk integrated with Zoom Contact Center, displays the display name of the Zoom Rooms kiosk. 
    • Channel: The channel type of the engagement.
    • Voicemail: The number of voicemails left by the customer.
    • Time: The start time of the engagement. For inbound engagements, this is when the consumer starts waiting in the queue. For outbound, this is when the agent starts calling a consumer.
    • Duration: The total duration of the engagement in hours, minutes, and seconds. This includes all other duration types that can happen during an engagement (IVR, waiting, talking, hold, and wrap-up).
    • Recordings (only applies to voice engagements): Displays the associated voice call recording if the call was recorded. Click the recording timestamp to display these options.
      Note: View the recording logs to see more information about recordings.
      • Play icon : Play the recording.
      • Download: Save the recording as an MP3 file.
      • Delete: Delete the call recording. It will be deleted for everyone who has access as well.
    • Disposition: The disposition selected by the agent.
    • Notes: Click View to display notes left by agents.
    • Click the ellipses icon for this option:

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