OTRS Business Solution™ 5 Manual

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Upgrading to OTRS Business Solution
3. Features of OTRS Business Solution
The Chat
General Usage
Video and Audio Calls
The Dynamic Field "Contact with Data"
The Dynamic Field "Database"
Import ready-to-run process
Import ready-to-run Web Services
SMS Notifications and Notification Web View
Setting up SMS Notifications
Setting up and Using the Notification Web View
The Report Generator
The SLA Field Selection Dialog
The Article Attachment Overview
The Ticket Timeline View
A. Additional Resources

List of Figures

2.1. Upgrading Screen
2.2. Upgrade Successful
3.1. Setting up preferred chat channels
3.2. Setting up Chat Availability
3.3. The Chat Managing Screen
3.4. Starting an A2C chat from ticket zoom
3.5. Starting an A2C chat from dashboard
3.6. Starting a C2A chat
3.7. An Open Chat Request
3.8. Open Chat Request Details
3.9. The chat widget
3.10. Monitor a chat
3.11. Advanced chat actions
3.12. The chat widget
3.13. Setting up the Online widget on Dashboard
3.14. Making a call inside the chat
3.15. Media Permission Request
3.16. Waiting for the other party
3.17. Established Connection
3.18. Mute Buttons
3.19. Audio Only
3.20. Call Invitation
3.21. Notification Permission Request
3.22. Online widget on the Dashboard
3.23. Calling other agents from Ticket Zoom
3.24. Making a call from Customer Information Center
3.25. Making a call from Ticket Zoom
3.26. Starting a Video Call from Customer interface
3.27. DynamicField Database Admin screen
3.28. DynamicField Database - Historical data settings
3.29. DynamicField Database - Test field
3.30. DynamicField Database - Autocomplete feature
3.31. DynamicField Database - Selected items
3.32. DynamicField Database - Detailed search
3.33. DynamicField Database - Detailed search result
3.34. Import ready-to-run process widget
3.35. Add web service
3.36. Import ready-to-run Web Service
3.37. Admin Cloud Service SMS Screen
3.38. Enabling SMS Notifications
3.39. Agent Preferences SMS Notification Settings
3.40. Enabling the Notification Web View
3.41. Notification Web View Icon on the Toolbar
3.42. Notification Web View Overview
3.43. Notification Web View Detail
3.44. Automatic generation settings
3.45. Automatic generation settings
3.46. Output settings
3.47. Report: Front page
3.48. Report: Table of contents
3.49. Report: Preamble
3.50. Report: Statistics
3.51. SLA configuration
3.52. SLA message
3.53. Switching to the article attachment overview
3.54. Using the article attachment overview
3.55. Switching to the Ticket Timeline View
3.56. Using the Ticket Timeline View