Now Admins have at their fingertips a more comprehensive and actionable Overview dashboard with new data, and updated visualizations.
The new Overview dashboard can be found in the Stats section.
What is the refresh rate of this dashboard?
Please note that this dashboard is NOT updated in real-time. For more details see General KPI Calculation and Filtering Rules
How can I find a list of calls performed by users?
To get the number of calls for each user, you can refer to the section Calls by main participant
WHAT IS NEW?
Admins now have more filters and settings:
Date range (up to 6 months back)
Date breakdown: hours, days, weeks, months
Set the SLA time that is used in the inbound calls section
Set the time zone for all the charts and cards in the dashboard
💡Tip: These filters and settings can be hidden by clicking on the filters icon in the upper right corner. In addition, clicking on the menu in the upper right Admins can download the data as it’s shown in the dashboard, and also reset the filters.
⚠️ Please note, deleted numbers will still be visible in the filters, even though data for these may have been deleted.
KPIs are divided in the following sections:
Calls by main participant
SMS (if your company has enabled Aircall’s native SMS, only available in some markets).
💡Tip: To download the data shown in any of the charts in these sections, click on the 3 dots on the top right corner of the tile. You will be able to choose the format, and visualization options for the data download.
1. Total calls
This section features a high level view of your company’s call activity, shown with 3 summary cards, and a bar chart where you can see their evolution over time.
The meaning of each breakdown is:
Total calls: Number of inbound and outbound calls
Inbound calls: Number of incoming calls that were either answered, missed, abandoned, out of business hours, or calls that went to voicemail
Outbound calls: Number of outgoing calls, either connected or not connected
Average Call Talk Time: Average duration of inbound and outbound calls, from the moment the agent answers the call (in the case of inbound calls) or the moment the call recipient answers the call (in the case of outbound calls) until the end of the call. Call duration does not include welcome messages or time spent in IVR. Call duration does include time spent on hold and time spent transferring the call.
💡Tip: To focus on only one call direction activity evolution over time, you can hide either the Outbound calls or the Inbound calls by clicking on the labels at the right of the graph. When a call direction figures are hidden in the chart, the colored dot in its legend will appear gray.
2. Inbound calls
This section features your company’s incoming calls activity through 3 visualizations to get granular insights on your inbound activity.
The first visualization is composed of 3 cards:
Missed calls: Percentage of inbound calls that were missed by your users, abandoned by the caller, or received out of business hours
Service level: Percentage of inbound calls that reached your call distribution flow and were answered by your users during your defined SLA time
The average waiting duration:
Unanswered calls: total waiting time from call start until call end
Answered calls: total waiting time from call start until call answered
The average waiting duration includes the welcome message and the IVR time. It also includes any "outside business hours" messages.
Average Inbound Talk Time: Average duration of inbound calls, from the moment the agent first answers the call. Call duration does not include welcome messages, time spent in IVR, or any calls that were not answered. Call duration does include time spent on hold or time spent transferring the call.
The second visualization drills down into missed calls reasons, and is composed of a stacked bar showing the number of missed calls for each reason, accompanied by a list showing the percentage of missed calls for each reason.
The list shows what each reason means, and suggestions to improve these figures:
💡Tip: To focus the stacked bar visualization on fewer missed reasons, you can hide any of the reasons labels from the bar by clicking on the labels at the bottom of the tile. When a missed reason is hidden, the colored dot of its label will be gray.
Please note: In this breakdown of missed calls, a call in which a customer requests a callback (i.e. by pressing the * key) will be considered “a callback request.”
For more details on the other reasons, refer to Missed, Unanswered, & Abandoned Call Classifications.
The third visualization is a bar chart showing the evolution in time of missed calls grouped by:
Out of business hours
Abandoned by the caller, during either the first 10 seconds, the welcome message, or when navigating the IVR.
Missed by the user, either because no agent answered the call or no agent was available
💡Tip: To focus the chart visualization on fewer missed calls reasons, you can hide any of the groups by clicking on the labels at the right of the graph. When a missed reason is hidden in the chart, its label colored dot will appear gray.
3. Outbound calls
This section provides insights on your company’s outgoing calls activity. You will see 2 cards showing:
Connected rate: Percentage of the total outbound calls that reached the recipient, including both answered by a real person, and by a voicemail
Average Outbound Talk Time: Average duration of outbound calls, taking as the starting point when the recipient first answers the call. This metric includes the outbound calls answered and the outbound calls that went to voicemail.
Below the cards, you will find a bar chart showing the evolution over time of the quantity of connected and not connected outbound calls:
💡Tip: To focus on only one call outcome evolution over time, you can hide either the Not connected calls or the Connected calls by clicking on the labels at the right of the graph. When a call outcome figures are hidden in the chart, its colored dot will appear gray.
In this section you will see what percentage of the Total calls do not have any tags applied, and a pie chart showing the most used tags broken down by percentages.
The untagged % will take into account all calls that are untagged (both missed and answered).
💡Tip: Hover over each tag piece of the pie chart to see the number of times each tag was used.
5. Calls by main participant
This section substitutes the former Increase your productivity section.
The leaderboard visualization has been updated to a table showing total, inbound and outbound calls by user so this information is now sortable, filterable, and exportable.
⚠️ Please note that the main participant of a call is whoever finalizes it. A call may have more than one participant, but on this table only the last user participating on a call gets credited for it. Missed inbound calls and IVR calls routed to an external number will not have main users associated with them.
💡Tip: Hover over each column header to perform any of these actions:
See the column meaning.
Click on the 3 dots to: freeze, copy values, or to resize columns.
Sort the table by that column’s ascending or descending order.
If SMS is available for your account, in this section you’ll find details about text messages sent or received during the selected period, split between Total SMS, Inbound SMS, and Outbound SMS.
To download All call data, which was accessible from the old Overview dashboard, Admins will now find this data in the Call History section, under Call Settings. In order to get all data, and not only the results displayed on the table (up to 1000 rows), make sure to download the data from the table tile, and select “All results” in the advanced options:
For more information on Exporting Call data, please visit: Export Data Options in Aircall Analytics.
You can find important details on KPI's at General KPI Calculation and Filtering Rules.