Your Aloware Dashboard is a central place to view your agent’s activity, historical call records and a list of all calls and messages that you have received, sent or made.
You can track the progress of a call or historical calling and messaging records right on the dashboard.
The top section of the dashboard shows the most important metrics of your Contact Center, such as the number of live calls, calls currently in the queue and current status of your agents.
The Aloware dashboard is live and changes when agents answer calls. As a general rule, all reports in Aloware are life and do not require a refresh.
Moreover, the main dashboard comes in another flavor, “Call Tracking”. Call tracking dashboard shows metrics for the life of your account as well as this month’s summary report.
Clicking on each box will filter the call log (see below) for that metric.
Our intuitive activity graph displays your call and SMS traffic for the past month (or selected date period). By default, Aloware groups its metrics by your Lines (aka campaigns) so you can see which department or team is interacting more with your customers.
You can change the date of this graph by using the date selector on the top of the page.
Call & SMS Logs
The last section of the dashboard shows calls and messages individually with as many details as possible.
Changing the Date Range
On top of every page that shows call data, there is a Date Range selector that allows you to pick a period of time to view your reports and analytics.
Filtering Call Data
Our ultra-powerful filtering feature allows you to narrow down your reporting based on a multitude of data points.
Currently, you can filter based on:
- Direction: Inbound, Outbound, All
- Answer Status: Call Disposition (Live, In Progress, Completed, Missed)
- Talk Time
- Type: Call, SMS, All
Seeing Even More Data
By default, we only show the most important call data for each call or message on the Call Log table. If you need more data points, click “Table Settings” and check the relevant items. Aloware keeps capturing all the data points at all times.