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Old 03-17-2019, 07:31 PM
bucky101 bucky101 is offline
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Default ACCS Priorities

I have an outbound queue and I need to set 30 different levels or priority based on the call. Is this possible? A workaround would be to have 30 different queues but there are only 10 levels of skillset priority.
I take it if I used the 48 agent priorities calls will not queue jump
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Old 07-26-2019, 09:54 AM
mvestal mvestal is offline
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You're correct, there are only 10 priority levels you can use in AACC to control the order in which your outbound calls are handled. Setting the agent priorities 1-48 will not impact the order the outbound calls are handled. The agent priorities in the skillset are only relevant in an agent-surplus situation when the system is deciding which agent to deliver the next call to.

You can consider using the Service Level Routing feature, which prioritizes calls based on how much the call's expected wait time exceeds the configured target service threshold. This would allow you to configure different target service thresholds for each of 30 skillsets, but it can be unpredictable since it relies upon the system's calculation of expected wait time. This can be configured on the Skillsets page in CCMA under Configuration.

Another thing you could do would be to set operating hours for you different campaigns so that come campaigns are worked more often than others.
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