Managing Prompts

Prompts are audio files played at various points within the call process.

  • Greeting Prompt - A welcome message prompt to the callers (e.g. "Hello and thank you for calling ABC Company, where great customer service is our priority.”)

  • Waiting Prompt - Music plays when the customers or visitors wait for an agent to receive the calls.

  • Voicemail Prompt - A recording informing customers or visitors you are not available to receive the calls. It provides a 24-hour answering capability and ensures no customers slip through the cracks. Staff members can immediately follow up on missed enquiries based on the details left on the voicemail messages.

  • End Prompt - End greeting to be played before the end of the call.

You can manage prompts of each type with Add Prompt, Edit Prompt, Set as a default, Apply to all and Delete and use them in your Routing Rules.

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The prompts added for different purposes like Greeting, Waiting, Voicemail and End can be used in the Virtual Number > Routing Settings. See our detailed Guide for more details.

 

To manage prompts, navigate to Administration > Prompt. You can click the Greeting Prompt, Waiting Prompt, Voicemail Prompt or End Prompt tab to manage your prompt.

Adding Prompt

To add new prompt:

  • Navigate to Administration and Click on Prompt>Add Prompt
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Add Prompt

 

  • Choose either Audio File tab or Text-to-Speech tab.
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Click on Prompt

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The maximum number of prompts to be uploaded is 100.

 

Case 1: Audio File

  • Type the file name of the greeting to upload; a file name can be of any name but should not exceed 50 characters as the maximum limit.
  • Drag and drop the MP3 file or browse and select the location of the MP3 file to upload.
  • The MP3 file must not exceed 10 MB as the maximum limit.
  • You may click on the play button to listen to the uploaded audio file.
  • You may upload a different file to replace the current file if necessary.
  • Click on Create to complete the new prompt creation.
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Add new audio as a new prompt

Case 2: Text-to-Speech

  • Type the file name of the greeting to upload. A file name can be of any name but should not exceed 50 chars as the maximum limit.
  • Type or paste the text you want to convert to a voice message. It must not exceed 700 characters as the maximum limit.
  • You may click the play button to listen to the voice message.
  • Click the gear icon to expand the page and display the Language and Voice Name drop-down list to select the preferred language and Voice Name.
    • Select Language in the drop-down list
    • Select Voice Name in the drop-down list
  • Click the play button to listen to the selected language and voice name
  • Refine the text message to fine-tune the message if necessary.
  • Click on Create to complete the steps of uploading a TTS greeting.
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Add Text as a new prompt

 

Editing Prompt

  • Navigate to Administration and Click on Prompt > More (...) and Edit.
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Click on Edit

 

  • Click on Audio File or Text-to-Speech tab. You can edit the File Name, File uploaded for Audio File or File Name, Text-to-speak, Language and Voice Name for Text-to-Speech.
  • Click on Save to complete the editing.
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Edit Prompt pop-up message

 

  • The toast message indicates your prompt editing is successful.
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Prompt editing is successful

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CINNOX Waiting prompt and Voicemail/End Prompt, the only always-on prompts already uploaded in the system and set as a default, are not editable and deletable.

 

Setting Default Prompt

The added prompt can be set as a default prompt. For example, the Greeting prompt will automatically be applied as a greeting prompt once you enable the Greeting Prompt in Prompt Settings.

  • Navigate to Administration and Click on Prompt. Click on More (...) and Set as default.
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Click on Set as default

 

  • Click on OK.
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Click on OK

 

A toast message indicates Set as default is successful. The default prompt is displayed in the first row with a Default label.

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Default prompt

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Notes

  • The original CINNOX default prompt will be displayed in the second row when the new prompt is set as a default. As the new prompt becomes the default, the CINNOX prompt is no longer set as a default.
  • Following the CINNOX prompt, the other added prompts are displayed in order of their creation time.

 

Applying Prompts to all Prompt Settings

Apply to all helps users save time when they are required to update the particular prompt to all Prompt Settings. For example, the required prompt, like the end prompt, will be applied to all Prompt Settings to become the assigned end prompts. Users need not update the end prompts in different Prompt Settings one by one.

To apply the prompt to all Prompt Settings:

  • Navigate to Administration and Click on Prompt.
  • Click on More (...) and Apply to all.
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Click on Apply to all

 

  • Click on OK.
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Click on OK

 

  • The toast message indicates Apply to all is successful.
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Apply to all is successful

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Note

After Apply to all takes effect, the prompts will override the original prompt settings and be applied to the same prompt type in different Prompt Settings.

 

Downloading prompts

Download facilitates users to save the required prompt files to the local device for their records or future use.

To download the prompt file:

  • Navigate to Administration and Click on Prompt.
  • Click on Download. The file is downloaded to your local device.
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Click on Download

 

Deleting prompts

To delete the required prompt:

  • Navigate to Administration and Click on Prompt.
  • Click on Delete.
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Click on Delete

 

  • Click on Delete again.
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Click on Delete

 

  • The toast message indicates the required prompt is deleted successfully. The deleted prompt file does not appear on the list.
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Deleting the required prompt is successful

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Important Notice

  • The Prompts used in the Routing Setting and any default prompts are not deletable.
  • Permission to view, edit, delete and download prompts have to be granted for the specific role. For details, refer to the Managing Roles and Permissions page.

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