When chat originates over a queue, you can tag that chat for follow-up -- even if the chat has already ended. Usually a chat is tagged for follow-up because the guest cannot be fully helped immediately and some sort of follow-up action is required. Most commonly, chats are tagged for follow-up via email. However, LibraryH3lp also offers a DeskTracker integration that works with tag for follow-up.
Once you click the tag for followup button, you'll see a dialog where you can enter details needed for followup:
Operators using an external client such as Pidgin should click on the "chat management link" that displays at the top of each chat and begins, "For transfers, etc...". That link takes you to a page that looks something like this:
You can see which chats were tagged for email follow-up from the Chat History page in either the dashboard or webclient for staffing with the Tags column. By default, the Tags column is hidden since not everyone uses the tag for follow-up feature, but it is easy show it using the drop-down menu in any of the column headings.
Click the Columns... item from the Column Settings drop-down menu to access the Metadata Column Settings. Click the checkbox next to Tags and then OK and you're set.
Any chat tagged for follow-up via email will have a "follow-up" entry in the Tags column as part of its metadata.