Creating Video Sessions
While service employees can create new video sessions anytime, code users have to request them. The difference is that the video sessions created by service employees are automatically set to "CONFIRMED", which means that a call can be initiated immediately.
Video sessions can be requested via:
- the Video Sessions Overview (picture).
- action buttons in the Assistant. Note: This is only possible if you have created action buttons that reference the video session request flow (picture).
The responsible employees are immediately notified of new requests so that they can get in contact with the code users as quickly as possible.
Video sessions can be created via:
- the Video Sessions Overview (Mobile) (picture)
- the Video Sessions Tab (Back Office) (picture)
- a ticket (picture) Note: For more details see this article.
Video Session Status
Service employees can manually change the video session status. However, when a call is started the status automatically changes to "IN PROGRESS" and when a call has ended the status automatically changes to "CLOSED".
|A code user has requested a video session.
The call can only be started after the request has been confirmed.
|The video session has been confirmed by a service employee. Both sides can initiate a call.
|The call is in progress.
|The call has ended.
|Option 1: A code user has canceled a request.
Option 2: A service employee has canceled a video session (possible at any time).
Before the Video Session
Get informed about the upcoming call
Before deciding whether to confirm the request or not, service employees can have a look at the available details. This includes information about the device itself, the reason for the request (picture), the employees who have received the request (picture), and linked tickets (picture).
Decide if you want to record the call
If the feature is activated in the module settings (picture), service employees may record video sessions (picture). Note: Video sessions can only be recorded if code users agree. Consent can be given either when creating the request (picture) or on the call screen (picture).
Starting a Call
Once a video session is set to "CONFIRMED", both the code user and the service employee can initiate a call by clicking START. The service employee's camera is switched off by default. However, it can be switched on during the call or on the call screen (picture).
Accepting an incoming call:
Video Session Tools
Video sessions can be recorded if code users agree. Recordings are automatically uploaded after the call and are accessible to both code users and service employees. When a call is recorded, a red recording symbol is displayed in the upper left corner (picture).
Service employees can take screenshots and edit them together with code users (picture). Screenshots are automatically uploaded after the call and are accessible to both code users and service employees.
Both code users and service employees can draw on the live videos. Unlike the tracking feature, these drawings disappear after a brief moment. Note: Code users appear in blue, service employees appear in red.
Service employees can highlight elements in a video that remain highlighted even when the camera moves (video).
Service employees can flip the video to view it mirrored (video).
After the Video Session
As soon as a call is over, the status automatically changes to "CLOSED" and screenshots and recordings are uploaded. If code users want to have another call, they must first create a new request. To have another call in the same video session, a service employee has to reopen it (picture).