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IPCC 4.0

IPCC 4.0

CRS Scripting neophyte needs assistance configuring "estimated-wait-time" script for call queues that would also give the caller an option to remain on hold or get a call back after a determined amount of time in call queue.


RE: IPCC 4.0

you could use Router Queue Time Now as a variable in your IVR to play the current queue time, and ask the caller to either hold or press a digit to continue.

RE: IPCC 4.0

thanks vampirej, but im not sure how to use the Router Queue time variable. can you post a smple script?

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