CDR Log

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The CDR (Call Detail Record) log includes details of all incoming and outgoing call data for a specific project. Data includes details such as caller and called contact’s name, call time and duration, terminated and rejected calls, as well as call voice recordings.

Note: Read more about the available logs in the Logs, Monitoring and Statistics section.

Tip: Add or remove additional information columns by using the Column selection icon button.

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To View the CDR Log

  1. Select a project from the project list, then select Logs and statistics > CDR log.
  2. Set the time period you need the log for.
  3. Optional: press Expand icon for more filtering options.
  4. Press Search.

To Listen to a Call Recording

  1. Select a project from the project list, then select Logs and statistics > CDR log.
  2. Set the time period you need the log for.
  3. Optional: press Expand icon for more filtering options.
  4. Press Search.
  5. Hover your mouse over a call record, then press Play icon.

To Download a Call Recording

  1. Select a project from the project list, then select Logs and statistics > CDR log.
  2. Set the time period you need the log for.
  3. Optional: press Expand icon for more filtering options.
  4. Press Search.
  5. Hover your mouse over a call record, then press Download icon.

To Filter Log Entries Based on Minimum Talk Time

  1. Select a project from the project list, then select Logs and statistics > CDR log.
  2. Set the time period you need the log for.
  3. Press Expand icon for more filtering options.
  4. Select the Extended tab.
  5. Enter a value in the Minimum talk time (s) field.
  6. Press Search.

To Modify Record Details

  1. Double-click a log entry.
  2. Select the Record tab, then make the required changes to the datasheet or script pages.
  3. Select the Events tab, then make the required changes to the disposition set previously, or view all related data to the record you chose.
  4. Press Search.

Tip: This allows you to modify what an agent set in a record, including any input in the datasheet or script page, the selected disposition, and the callback time.


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