This overview is for agents. If you're an administrator, learn about administration tasks in CXone Agent.
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Phone calls. Chat. SMS(text messages). Direct messageson Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
You can handle multiple interactions at the same time. Depending on how your company uses CXone Agent, you can use a physical phone or Integrated Softphone for voice interactions. Integrated Softphone allows you to use your browser's voice capabilities to handle calls.
To launch CXone Agent, navigate to:
If you are not on FedRAMP: https://cxagent.nicecxone.com/
If you are on FedRAMP: https://cxagent.nicecxone-gov.com/
Then enter your CXone credentials.
The CXone Agent Interface
CXone Agent includes the:
Left Navigation Menu—Displays the different apps available in CXone Agent.
- Interactions Menu—Shows an icon for each active interaction.
Voice Control Panel—Offers useful options for handling voice contacts, such as mute, hold, and record. Appears only while you're handling a call.
- App Space—Provides access to customer data through Customer Card and Contact History. Also displays some of the same apps from the side navigation menu.
Left Navigation Menu
This table lists the clickable icons in the
Your primary landing page. This is where active contacts are displayed.
Shows details about your past interactions, including:
||Displays the calls waiting for you to answer. You can click Phone under Channel to see the queue details for each of your voice skills Used to automate delivery of interactions based on agent skills, abilities, and knowledge.|
||Contains contact information for customers and other agents in your contact center. You can search for names, skills, and teams. Hover over an entry to see the available channels for that contact. Select a channel to start an outbound interaction.|
||Displays your daily schedule.|
||Opens your WEM agent space, where you can manage your schedule, request time off, and trade shifts.|
||Launches your configurable settings.|
||Shows all the apps available in CXone Agent, including those that didn't fit in the left navigation menu. You can change the apps that appear in the left navigation menu and the order they appear in by clicking Reorder next to an app and dragging.|
These icons appear when you have an active interaction for that channel type.
- —SMS (text message)
- —Facebook message
- —Twitter message
- —Instagram message
- —WhatsApp message
Voice Control Panel
This table lists the clickable icons in the voice control panel in CXone Agent and details about what you can do by clicking them.
||Place the contact on hold so you can ask your supervisor a question or find the answer to the contact's question.|
||Mute your microphone so that the contact cannot hear you.|
Play white noise over the call recording. Useful to hide sensitive information about a contact, such as their social security number and address.
||Record the call. When finished, the recording appears in the Interactions app in CXone.|
||Transfer the contact to another agent or skill Used to automate delivery of interactions based on agent skills, abilities, and knowledge.|
||Open a keypad. Useful if you need to press a number while making an outbound call.|
||View a list of available indicators Custom menu items configured by an administrator for the call.|
||End the call.|
||Assign a disposition Result assigned by the agent or system at the end of a voice (disposition) or digital (status) interaction. to the call.|
When you select an interaction in CXone Agent, the App Space appears on the right. In addition to some of the same apps shown in the left navigation menu, the App Space displays specific apps to help you handle that interaction. These may include:
||Displays the customer's contact information, such as phone number and email. Also includes contact history and channels.|
Displays reply templates you can select, customize, and send.