Contact History Report

Required security profile permissions: Contact History View

Report source: DW

Report refresh rate: 10 seconds

The Contact History report provides a detailed list of contacts handled for a selected timeframe (default is the current day) up to 59 pages.

This report is valuable for QA purposes because supervisors can use it to listen to recorded calls and gain insight to prevent issues with contacts in the future. For example, if a call is transferred several times during a contact, a supervisor can listen in on the call to see what happened.

The Contact History report times out after 20 minutes.

Columns

Not all of the fields below appear by default in the Central interface. If you click Display Extended Data, click Apply Options, and then export the report data to an Excel spreadsheet, you will see all of the fields described below.

Column Description
Contact ID The contact IDA unique numerical identifier assigned to each contact. is a hyperlink that will open the Contact Detail Report
Media Type Media typeA medium, such as voice, email, and chat, through which a contact connects with an intended recipient. used by the contact (phone, email, chat, voicemail, etc.)
Skill The skillClassification used to facilitate the delivery of contacts; assigned to agents based on abilities, specialties, and knowledge associated with the contact when the contact ended
Agent The Agent ID of the agent that handled the contact
Team The ID of the team to which the agent that handled the contact is assigned.
DNIS/To The DNISIdentifies the number dialed. (or Point of Contact phone number the customer calls) or To email address the customer contacted
ANI/From The ANIListed phone number of an incoming call, or caller ID. or From email address that the customer used
Phone Type Landline or Cell
Start Time The date and time the contact was initiated
Duration The duration that the contact was active in minutes
Logged An indicator showing that the contact was recorded. If the contact was recorded, you can listen and view the contact in the Contact Detail Report.
Primary Disposition Shows the final dispositionResult that the agent or system assigns to the contact when the interaction ends. of the contact.
Additional Disposition Custom dispositionsResult that the agent or system assigns to the contact when the interaction ends. created by the user.
Contact Type

0 = Original Contact

1 = Skill Transfer

2 = Agent Transfer

3 = Consult Transfer

4 = Takeover

Survey An indicator showing if the contact had a survey completed using the Survey module.
Scored An indicator showing if the contact was scored in the Quality Management module.
Refuse Time The time the refusal occurred
Refuse Reason The reason for the refusal. Click here for more information.
Routing Number corresponding to the routing code associated to the contact
Active Number of times the contact entered the Active state
Hold Number of times the contact entered the Hold state
Busy Number of times the contact entered the Busy state
Outbound Flag indicating an outbound contact
Transfer Flag indicating a transferred contact
Abandon Flag indicating that the contact was abandoned
Short Abandon Flag indicating that the contact was short abandoned
Dialing Error Flag indicating that a dialing error occurred with the contact
Callback Number of times the contact entered the CallbackHolds a customer's place in queue and automatically calls the customer when they move to the front of the queue. state
Post Queue Number of times the contact entered the PostQueue state
Other Number of times the contact entered the Other state
Script Name Name of the script that the contact routed through in the IVRA phone menu that allows callers to interact through voice commands and key inputs to route the call appropriately.
Cause Code Corresponds to the telephony network call completion code. Click here for more information.
Landline vs. Cellphone Provides an indication of whether the call originated from a landline or cellphone.
Tags A comma-delimited list of tags applied to the contact by an agent using MAX.

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