- Profile and Password
- Other Account Options ---
Access your TeleConsole's account by clicking on the top left corner. Click it again or press Escape on your keyboard to close it.
Profile and Password
Click Profile to access your details and change your password.
Your TeleConsole profile provides other users and agents with details about yourself. It is also where you change your password.
These are the different operations you can perform here:
- Changing your profile picture (avatar).
The title of the window is your user name followed by your extension or phone line. The extension is set by your administrator.
Above the title is your profile picture (your avatar) - a generic person symbol by default. Hover your mouse over this symbol. It will change to .
Click, and you will be prompted to navigate and select an image from your computer to replace the generic symbol.
- Setting personal information.
Below the title you can enter the following information:
- Your First Name.
- Your Last Name.
- Your Email Address - where, among other things, you are able to receive notifications about voicemails.
- Your User Name - by default this is identical to your email address.
If you change your user name, you will need to contact us to set you up with a new initial password.
- Your First Name.
- Changing your password
Enter a new password in the New Password field. Then reenter it in the Confirm Password field to verify you made no typos.
If you don't want to save your changes, click the arrow on the top left corner of the window.
Other Account Options
When this toggle is set to either to Do Not Disturb inbound calls will go directly to your voicemail. It does not block chats.
The call center administrator will see when you activated Do Not Disturb so he can avoid redirecting calls to you.
Other agents and company contacts will not see that you activated Do Not Disturb. Instead, you will need to change your phone status to indicate to them you are unavailable.
Here you can set up some phone forwarding scenarios.
- Forward My Phone - toggle this On to have all your calls forwarded to a number you specify here.
If you turn this on, the rest of the forwarding choices will become unavailable and vice versa.
No answer the call should go - select where a call should be redirected in case you can't answer it. Choose from the drop-down menu between a Phone Number, an Extension, or a Voicemail. You can also select to Hang up the call instead of redirecting it.
On busy the call should go - select where a call should be redirected in case you are busy with another call. Choose between a Phone Number, an Extension, or a Voicemail. You can also select to Hang up the call instead of redirecting it.
On unregistered or unreachable the call should go - select where a call should be redirected in case you are logged out or unreachable for any other reason. Choose between a Phone Number, an Extension, or a Voicemail. You can also select to Hang up the call instead of redirecting it.
Mark All As Read
When you click this, all the new messages you received and have not read yet will be marked as already read and the new messages counter indicator will disappear.
Phone Line and Mailbox
The TeleConsole supports multiple lines and mailboxes. If you have more than one phone line associated with your account, click the Phone Line drop-down menu and select the one you want to make and receive calls on.
In the Mailbox drop-down menu select which mailboxes you want to listen to.
SMS Phone Number and Fax Number (optional)
You may or may not see these in your TeleConsole menu, since they are both optional and need to be set up by your phone system administrator or us.
Even if they are set up you must check the numbers here to enable you to listen to them (see explanation about "listening" just above.) Otherwise, the TeleConsole will not display any SMS messages or Faxes for the particular numbers on the messages screen.
(Understand that if you are not listening to an SMS or Fax number you are still receiving communications for it. These are stored on the Telebroad server and become accessible as soon as you start listening to the relevant number.)
This lists the queues you belong to and allows you to toggle your logged-in status for them.
If you have logged off from all the queues you belong to, the call center administrator will see you as being Unavailable on his ACD administration interface.