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Important

Phone Apps are designed to work only with Sangoma IP Phones. Please see our End of Sale notice here on Phone Apps with 3rd Party Phones.

Overview

  • When you are logged into one or more queues the Queue Agent button on your phone will be red. Pressing the button will show you a list of queues you can log into and log out of. Only queues in which you are set up as a dynamic agent will be displayed. The PBX GUI Queues module is used to configure static vs. dynamic agents.


  • For each queue you can see the following options:
    • (-) - Not logged into queue.
    • (+) - Logged into queue as a dynamic agent, which means you can also log out at any time.
    • (X) - Logged in as a static agent, which means you cannot log out.
    • (P) - Logged into queue, but paused.


Logging Into a Queue

  • You will see a  "(-)" in front of any queue you are allowed to log into. This means the queue is set up to allow you to log in as a dynamic agent, but you are not currently logged in. Highlighting that queue and pressing the Login/out button will log you in.


  • We now see you are logged in to this queue.

Logging Out of a Queue

  • You will see a "(+)" in front of any queue you are allowed to log out of. This means the queue is set up to allow you to log in as a dynamic agent, and you are currently logged in as a dynamic agent. Highlighting that queue and pressing the Login/out button will log you out.


  • We now see you are logged out of this queue.

Pausing Yourself In a Queue

  • In any queue you are logged into, whether as a dynamic or static agent, you can pause yourself at any time. This would be any queue that currently shows a "(+)" or "(X)" next to the queue.


  • We now see that you are paused in the highlighted queue.

Unpausing Yourself In a Queue

  • Any queue you are logged into, in which you are currently paused, will be shown with a "(P)" in front of the queue. Highlighting that queue and pressing the (Un)Pause button will unpause you. 


  • We now see that you are unpaused in the highlighted queue.


If you scroll down to the queue called "All Queues," any time you press either the Login/out or (Un)Pause button, the action will affect all queues. So to pause yourself in all queues, scroll down to "All Queues" and press the (Un)Pause button.

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