Queue Node

How to Use This Node

Queue Settings

Queue Settings

  • Queue Name - This is required and is used when logging call tracking data within the history of a lead. Make sure the name is descriptive enough to identify the sales team used. 
  • Call Strategy - Round Robin - Direct incoming calls to your team in order of the longest waiting user to retrieve a call within the configured queue. If a user ignores a call, or declines it, the call moves to the next available RingResponse user. 
  • Call Strategy - Shotgun - All users within the configured user group are notified of an incoming call. The first user to select Accept gets the call. 
  • Call Settings - Ability to record inbound calls which are saved to the Call History of the lead. 

Note: It is generally required by law depending on state to announce that calls may be recorded. Make sure your company is compliant!

  • Maximum Queue Size - The maximum number of callers a queue can hold before it overflows to your configured Queue Node options (Queue is Full). 
  • Ringing Time (in Seconds) - The length of time a call rings to an available RingResponse user before moving on to the next available user.
  • Cooldown - The length of time, at the end of an accepted inbound call, that must elapse before a RingResponse user is available for another call. This is great for allowing an agent time to make any final notes or disposition a lead before receiving a new call.  
  • User Group - The configured User Group where calls are routed to. 
  • Route - Route calls to your User Group based on configured State Criteria. This is great if you want to make sure only leads in specific states are routed to the appropriate agents. 

Lead Wait Audio

  • Configure either Text to Speech or Upload a File to play to the caller while they wait for an available agent. 

Note: For State Criteria Routing, we use geolocation data from the call instead of the lead to route calls. 

Use Cases

  • Next to the Lead node, this will likely be the most heaviest used call node. Use a Queue to route incoming calls to available agents. 

Queue Use Case

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