BI Reporting: Call Volumes by Day Report
  • 06 Jun 2023
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BI Reporting: Call Volumes by Day Report

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Article Summary

Dialpad's 'Call Volumes by Day' report provides a detailed view into your contact center's call volume patterns. With an easy-to-understand heatmap format, you can easily identify anomalous days where call volumes spiked, spot unusual trends, and clearly see seasonality patterns.  

Let's get into the details of this report. 

Who Can Use This Feature
The 'Call Volumes by Day'  is available for Dialpad Users with the Dialpad BI add-on who are Company Admins, or have Analytics-specific permissions.

You'll also need to be on a Contact Center or Ai Sales plan.

Default Filters

This report contains 2 default filters:

  • Calls is Entry Point Call
  • Calls Start Time

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Visualization Type

The 'Call Volumes by Day' Report is a templated report displayed in a heatmap format. 

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Hover over any given day to view the total number of calls, and the exact date. 

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Click the day to view a pop-up of the call records — call duration, start time, disposition, and call summary — without having to leave the page. 

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Select 'Download' to instantly save your data to your computer, with multiple formatting and selection options. 

While the 'Call Volumes by Day' heatmap is powerful on its own, when leveraged together with the 'Call Volume by Hour and Day of Week' you can see exactly when the influx of calls occurred.

Data Dictionary and Refresh Rates

This report contains unique Analytics definitions —  read through the following table to learn more about the data in your report, and how soon it comes available after a call. 

Columns

Description

Availability after Call 

Call ID

A unique call ID for every call.

  • A new call ID is generated when a call is transferred. 
  • Entry point calls and user calls also have unique call IDs 

5 Minutes

Target ID

Unique ID automatically assigned to the Office, Department, user, or group.

5 Minutes

Target Kind

Indicates whether the target was an Office (Main Line), Department, Call Center, Router, room, or user. 

  • Unconnected outbound group calls may not be all accounted for when filtering by this field. 
  • Use Call Target: Target Kind to ensure all are counted.

5 Minutes

Category List

A list of tags used to classify a call's outcome - answered, placed, missed, abandoned, etc.

5 Minutes

Internal Endpoint

The phone number of the Dialpad user or group who owns this call. 

  • Note: Users without an assigned number will be given a fake number starting with 803 for routing purposes. 
  • If a group line has no number, then this field will default to showing the office's mainline number.

5 Minutes

External Endpoint

The phone number of the external party contacted for this call.

5 Minutes

Start Time

The date and time that a call is received by the Dialpad system.

5 Minutes

Connected Duration

Length of time the call was connected. This is based on the connected and end dates of the call.

5 Minutes

Duration

Time from when the call was created to the time it ended.

5 Minutes

Disposition List

Comma separated list of descriptive labels applied to the call by an operator. 

  • For aggregating on individual dispositions, use the Disposition dimensions.

5 Minutes

View Call Summary

Link to this call's summary page on Dialpad. Recording availability and permissions will apply when opening.

5 Minutes


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