eDesk Talk is a simple phone solution for small support teams to enable them to provide call support to their customers without having to invest in an expensive complicated phone solution.
This help file will guide you through how you can make, answer or decline a call via eDesk Talk.
Before you start
- You’ll need an Admin login to eDesk. If you don’t have an Admin login, you can request one from an Admin user within your business.
- You'll need to have eDesk Talk setup in your account. To find out how to do this, click here.
01 The eDeskTalk pop-up
Clicking on the phone icon at the top of your eDesk mailbox will open a brand-new window containing the eDesk Talk pop-up screen. This is where you will make and receive phone calls.
02 Receiving a phone call
When a call comes in, the caller will receive a generic computer-generated welcome message Thank you for calling, you’ll soon be connected to a customer support agent. Music will also be played while eDesk Talk routes the call. Call routing takes less than 30 seconds and the call is routed to the next online agent in round-robin format. To find out more about call routing, click here.
The agent receiving the call will see the phone icon flash green and hear the ringtone on their device. If the eDesk Talk dialler is already open on their desktop the agent just needs to press the green call answer button.
During the call, the agent has the option to click on a ticket to open it.
03 Making a phone call
Within eDesk, you can make phone calls via the dialler on the eDesk Talk pop-up.
To do so, click on the phone icon at the top of the mailbox and manually type the number you want to reach. To make the call, press the green phone icon then.
If your team misses a call, the caller has the possibility to leave a voicemail. It's then very easy to retrieve this voicemail in your eDesk mailbox within the ticket automatically created for this particular call.
To find out more about using eDesk Talk, click here.
Interested in learning about eDesk Talk troubleshooting? Click here.