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NP3.1 Evaluation with 'Bound Interaction Start Time' Empty

NP3.1 Evaluation with 'Bound Interaction Start Time' Empty

NP3.1 Evaluation with 'Bound Interaction Start Time' Empty

(OP)
Can anyone tell me what does the Evaluation queries Column 'Bound Interaction Start Time' means and what is the funtionility?
Recenlty, we have a problem reported that this Bound Interaction Start Time showing No Date and Time...Wondering how could this happen and what causes this?
Thanks in advance.

 

RE: NP3.1 Evaluation with 'Bound Interaction Start Time' Empty

bound interaction time is the time of the recording and this is linked to the evaluation created on it. when it start happening did the tooth fairy appear and cause it ?

RE: NP3.1 Evaluation with 'Bound Interaction Start Time' Empty

(OP)
Thanks nicetechie. I wouldn't know as Customer told that when he save the evaluation quries to csv file, the date and time is not that for some evalution call. Do you mean some kind of tooth fairy appear during saving of the evaluation could have resulted this?

RE: NP3.1 Evaluation with 'Bound Interaction Start Time' Empty

i would check it for yourself as customers are full of shit

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