Analytics (FAQs)

When I filter for Department Calls, the totals for missed calls doesn't match what's on my exported list.

Your analytics dashboard will show slightly different stats than when you export your Department/Call Queue stats. 

That's because the dashboard is only displaying the missed calls at the Department/Call Queue level while the exported list will show the number of missed calls at the Operator/Agent level.

Think of it like this: A call that comes into a Department/Call Queue may be missed by one Operator/Agent but picked up by another, thus why an Operator/Agent can show a higher number of missed calls than what's being reported on the Department/Call Queue level. 

What's the difference between missed call stats for Departments vs Call Queues?

Missed Calls (Call Queues)

Inbound call where we rang out to your available Agents but they didn't accept the call. The difference between a missed call and an abandoned call is that with a missed call, there are available Agents who have been rung out to (and they simply missed the call). 

In an abandoned call, Dialpad never rung out to any Agent because no Agents were available (or the other scenarios outlined under Abandoned). 

Missed Calls (Departments and Main Line)

Inbound calls where Dialpad attempted to ring an Operator, but the Operator didn't answer. 

How can I view call activity on a room phone?

Make sure that your Entire Office is selected from your drop-down. Select your timeframe then select Export Statistics

When you open your exported file, sort the data based on name or target_type to view calls handled with a room phone. 

How are the Text Messages - Inside Office metrics calculated?

Any messages sent internally, meaning between two users within your Office, will be counted towards your Inside Office metrics. 

Keep in mind that messaging within a Department to another internal user will also count towards this metric. However, if your Department Operators are messaging a Department contact (i.e. someone outside of your Office) then that would count towards the External Contacts instead.

Our timezone seems to be off—what's going on?

If you're noticing that your timezone seems to be off, it may be because your personal timezone (under>Your Profile>Timezone) is different than what your Office has set.

By default, your analytics will use your Office's timezone when displaying call/message metrics. This way, whether you're the Office Admin or a Dept. Admin, you're seeing metrics that are based on a consistent reporting method.

Once you make this adjustment, it will take up to 3 hours to display the correct information.

If we have multiple offices, which office timezone is used as the default?

Think of each office as its own separate entity when looking at your analytics. 

For example—Office A's timezone is EST and Office B's timezone is PST. When the Admin from Office B looks at their analytics, they'll see their default timezone as PST. Likewise, Office A will see theirs as EST. 

What's the difference between exporting statistics and exporting call logs?

Exporting Call Logs

  • Exports call metrics aggregated by the user and date level (day/month, etc.)
  • More of a detailed breakdown of your Top User leaderboard

Exporting Statistics

  • Exports call metrics aggregated by the call direction (inbound/outbound) and date level (day/month, etc.)
  • More detailed breakdown of specific calls