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Account Codes

Account Codes allow you to report on who your agents are speaking to, and for which reasons. This provides information on how to set up and use account codes. This requires Realtime and Agent Desktop licenses.

Note: Before configuring Account Codes, make sure that Agent Desktop agents have access to the Chronicall Desktop. (see Chronicall Desktop for Windows - Installation / Configuration) If the agent does not have access to the desktop application, or if they're not logged into it, the Agent Desktop features will not function.

With the Agent Desktop licenses in place, anytime that an Agent Desktop agent receives or makes a call, a caller ID screen pop will now appear on their screen.

This screenpop will typically provide call information

  • Caller ID/Number
  • Location
  • Date/Time
  • If inbound, Group the caller selected from Auto Attendant

There are two items that I can add to this call

Using Account Codes

When logged into the Chronicall Desktop and when an agent is assigned an Agent Desktop license, a screen pop will appear anytime an agent is involved with a call. When that agent has Account Codes assigned to them, they can then associate that call with the Account Codes.

Account Codes can be anything that you decide. The main idea is to allow you to report on who the agents are speaking to, and for what reasons.

When an agent receives/makes a call, they can assign Account Code to the call by simply typing in the Account Code.

If it is an Account Code that has been assigned to them, a drop box of options will appear. They can then select from the options that are provided. Once they select their option, they can hit the check mark symbol to the right. This will associate the call with the assigned Account Code, and the screen pop will close.

Note: If the agent accidentally closes the screen pop without entering an Account Code, they can still add an Account Code to the call.

To do so:

  • In the system tool tray (very bottom right hand corner of the screen where you typically see the date and time on the computer), click on the arrow pointing up and a menu of applications will appear.
  • If they are logged into the Chronicall Desktop, you will find a small "Xima Software" logo.
  • Right click on it, and a list of options will appear.
  • Go to "Recent Calls" and hover over it.
  • The most recent calls will appear, and they can select the call in question
  • The call screen pop will appear again, and they can now enter the Account Code

Adding Sub-Account Codes

It is possible to add more than one Account Code to a call

When adding the Account Code to the call, select your first Account Code and hit enter.

If a Sub-Account Code is needed, start typing the second Account Code, and the dropdown will appear again.

Once the second Account Code is found, select it and hit enter again.

You will see the multiple Account Codes assigned to the call.

Using Free-Form Account Codes

When using Account Codes, if an Account Code is not assigned to an agent, when they enter it into the Account Code field, they will get an error notification.

It is possible to allow agents to add unassigned Account Codes. Meaning, if I speak to a client and they are not one of my assigned Account Codes, Chronicall can be configured to allow me to add an "ad hoc" Account Code. Meaning, the Account Code can be used just for one time for that particular call.

It will not be a permanent Account Code in your list of Account Codes, of course, unless you add it to your list of Account Codes.

To configure the free-form Account Codes:

  • Access the System Settings section found under Admin (System) on the Chronicall main menu
  • Under System Settings, select the "Agent Desktop" section
  • Where it says "Free-form Account Codes" switch that to say "True"
  • Hit "Save"

Configuring Account Codes

To create Account Codes:

  • Select "Agent Desktop Configuration" on the Chronicall main page
  • Select "Account Codes"
  • You will now see a window displaying your Agent Desktop agents

There are two ways to add Account Codes:

Individually:
Select "Add Account Code"
Enter in an Account Code

Hit "OK"
Repeat for each individual Account Code

Bulk Add

  • Open a Notepad Text File
  • List each Account Code, each on it's own line
    Example:
  • Client 1
  • Client 2
  • Client 3

Save the Notepad Text File

Once the Notepad Text file is saved, hit "Bulk Add" in the bottom right-hand corner of the Account Code menu.

  • A window's file will now appear, and you can select your Account Code Notepad Text File.
  • Hit "Open"

You will now see the list of all of your Account Codes.

Assigning Account Codes

Once you have finished creating your Account Codes, you can now assign them to the Agent Desktop agents.

There are two ways to assign the Account Codes:

Option One:

Once you've created an Account Code, you can now assign it to the desired agents.

As you finish an account code, select the "Blue Person" image.

You will now see a list of agents' names.

  • Check the boxes for those that you would like to assign the Account Code
  • Hit "Apply"
  • Repeat with each Account Code

Option Two:

Once you have created your list of Account Codes, you can now assign them to the desired agents.

On the left hand side of the menu, hold the "Ctrl" button down on your keyboard and select the desired agents.

Once you have them selected, you can now select the individual check boxes for each of the desired Account Codes to assign.

Note: If you want to assign all Account Codes to the desired agents, you can select the "Select All/None" button at the bottom of the screen.

Once you select the desired agents/Account Codes, hit "OK."

Account Codes


Account Codes allow you to report on who your agents are speaking to, and for which reasons. This provides information on how to set up and use account codes. This requires Realtime and Agent Desktop licenses.

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