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Yes! We call these "concierge services." These can be set up on any or all of your queues. They can be triggered on any delay you'd like. For example, you might want:
In order to set up your concierge services, please email support with the following details:
What happens on the staff side?
On the staff side, nothing happens. And, the staff can still answer even after an auto-response that apologizes for a delay and offers alternative contact methods.
What about text messaging (SMS)?
While you can certainly have auto-replies for your text messaging queue, you may or may not want to provide them. Text messages already have the offline auto-reply, which is a different kind of auto-response. If you also provide an automatic greeting, you will want to make sure the overall effect is coherent.
Does the operator have to use the LH3 webclient?
No. Concierge works no matter what staffing software the operator is using.
Can we have more than one auto-reply on a single queue: one as an initial greeting and another as a fail-safe if no one is really there?
Technically yes, but we advise caution in what the first of the two messages says. It is usually better to have a human send an initial greeting, and this can be done quickly and easily using canned messages. This way, your guests are rightfully informed that a person is there and paying attention to their message. If you have an automated greeting, and no real person can actually respond quickly, that can leave a bad impression even if an apologetic auto-reply comes along later.