Intents is an important feature in Re:amaze Automation. In a world of automation and chatbots, we believe Re:amaze Intents is a cornerstone of how support teams can take advantage of customer messages and train an automation process designed to work specifically for your business needs.
You can enable Re:amaze Chatbots to help with frontline customer service. Chatbots are great not only for customer service in just about every industry but it’s especially great for eCommerce. Chatbots can help with common customer frustrations and can get simple things answered quickly or retrie...
Peek (Beta) for Re:amaze Live
Re:amaze offers you the ability to help customers with even more precision and efficiency. “Peek” is a feature available to Re:amaze Plus plan users and can be accessed through either the Live Dashboard or within the Live View module within conversations.
Clicking on “Peek” will grant you instan...
Re:amaze Live Dashboard
If you're currently on a paid Re:amaze Plus account (https://www.reamaze.com/pricing), you also have access to a powerful feature called the Live Dashboard. The Live Dashboard enables you and your team to:
Visualize live website or app traffic in real time
See a list of currently online users in...
How Re:amaze Status Page Works
What is a status page?
A status page is a public facing website that helps your customer visualize your business’s performance uptime, scheduled maintenance events, unforeseen issues impacting logistics, or even bug reports and their resolution progress.
Why is a status page useful?
Adding office hours and blackout dates
Office hours are essential if you need to tell your customers when you're available and when you're not. For Shoutboxes and Lightboxes that utilize Real Time Messaging (http://support.reamaze.com/kb/everything-about-conversations/real-time-direct-messaging-vs-live-chat), not only can you set expe...
Dynamic Variables in Automated Responses
Re:amaze supports certain dynamic variables for Response Templates, Autoresponders, and Workflow Responses. Variables are related to the customer associated with the conversation context and further variables are made available depending on integrations that you've enabled in your account.
Creating your FAQ
Each of your brands in Re:amaze comes with an FAQ that can be deployed in various different formats. Unlike traditional FAQs, Re:amaze-powered FAQs can be:
Hosted by itself on its on domain as a "Help Site"
Integrated into your site or app as an inline feature
Integrated into your Re:amaze Embed...
Understanding Tags (also known as folders or labels)
Managing tags for your conversations is an essential ingredient of a well-prepared and well-organized support team. Tags are helpful for bringing attention to specific conversations. They're also great for grouping conversations together and can be used in situations where you need to file certai...
Automated Customer Satisfaction Surveys and Ratings
For Plus Plan users, you can turn on automated Customer Satisfaction Surveys in your Re:amaze account's settings menu under "Email Channels".
Check the "Satisfaction Survey Enabled" box to turn it on. Next, select the amount of delay (in hours) you wish the system to wait before a survey is ...
Creating and using response templates
Response templates are sometimes called "macros" or "frequently used replies" or "canned responses". They're all the same thing, though. People just like to confuse each other! You can create as many response templates as you'd like and then organize them by brand availability. To get started, he...
Monitoring team activity with Presence
Presence is a Re:amaze feature to help you stay in sync with what your teammates are working on. Here's how Presence works.
On the Dashboard
Other agents browsing a conversation will have their avatar appended to the conversation preview. In situations where multiple agents are viewing the conv...
Agent collision detection
It happens. Excited and proactive customer support agents will sometimes "fight" to support customers. It's entirely possible for two or more staff members to reply to the same customer message simultaneously. This can happen if two agents are in different locations. If unintentional, this can be...
Understanding team email notifications
When new conversation messages arrive in Re:amaze, every staff member on the team will receive an email notification (if they have notifications enabled). The first agent who successfully responds to the customer will be automatically assigned to the entire conversation. Other team members will r...
Re:amaze for iOS and Android
We do have mobile apps!
Re:amaze’s iOS and Android apps give you the ability to amaze customers while you’re on the go! With real time notifications and mobile collaboration built in, you can help customers no matter where you are and help them to an awesome experience that’s just a finger tap a...
Understanding team viewer notifications
Team viewer notifications tell you the date and time when another team member viewed a customer message. This feature was first introduced in our small update here (http://blog.reamaze.com/2016/11/25/what-you-mightve-missed-thanksgiving-thanks/).
Knowing the state of a customer conversation beyo...
Internal notes for teams
Internal notes are messages sent back and forth between internal team members. These notes usually reside within conversations among messages sent between staff members and customers. For example, if John (a staff member) is talking to Bob (a customer), he can add an internal note addressed to Ch...
Inserting FAQ articles into replies
You can easily search and insert existing FAQ articles in your replies so customers can reference important content with a single click. This is very efficient and does not require you to recompose long message replies.
To insert a FAQ article, open a conversation, scroll to the bottom of the co...
Setting up automation workflows
Workflows can be thought of as a trigger or a series of triggers that inform Re:amaze to perform an action or a series of actions automatically.
You can create a workflow for any number of business use cases. For example, you may create a workflow to automatically tag an incomin...
Special Syntaxes are predesignated command words that can alter the state of your message when responding to customer messages via responding to email notifications. These will allow for better authority over the status of your Reamaze replies without having to log into Reamaze. Remember, special...
How Re:amaze Assistant works
The Re:amaze Assistant can help your team manage conversations at high volumes and maintain SLAs. Specifically, it does two important things:
It reminds you when conversations need attention so your team can maintain a certain SLA.
It automatically resolves or archives stale conversations that a...
Combo filters and sub-filters
Reamaze filters can be used in combination with each other. For example, you can first click on a channel and then on a sub-filter like “Unresolved” to see all unresolved conversations in that channel. You can also click on a channel first and then on a sub-filter like “Awaiting” to see all conve...
Sorting and managing conversations
The sort order for customer conversations in Reamaze is performed automatically for you and your team depending on the filter view you're currently on.
For the "All Conversation" filter (and other sub filters are inclusive of a lot of historical conversations, like "Archived"), conversations are...
Simply hit "?" on your keyboard while on the dashboard to bring up the legend! This provides a list of commands you can access while on various pages within Re:amaze.
While you're within the response text box of a conversation, Ctrl + Return (or Command + Return on Macs) will submit the message....
Manual and Smart Assign (Round Robin Assigning)
Manual Smart Assign (Round Robin)
Smart Assign is a feature you can use to automatically assign a conversation to another staff member without having to pick any specific person. This will assign conversations in a “round robin” manner. Re:amaze will take the conversation(s) and distribute them ...
Real Time Customer Events
Customer Events for your Re:amaze conversations helps provide you with more business and customer intelligence. Combined with an already-abundant assortment of customer data through features like Custom Fields, Customer Data Attributes, and native 3rd party app integrations such as Shopify and Bi...
Emojis and GIPHY Support
Re:amaze supports a wide range of Emojis and animated GIPHY gifs out of the box. No additional integration is required and you're not required to have an account with GIPHY.
To insert an Emoji or Gif, click on the "Insert GIPHY and Emojis" action menu above the conversation reply box. Search or ...
How time zones work in Re:amaze
It's not uncommon for you and your customers to be different time zones. Likewise, even some of your staff agents might be working in different time zones. This is why Re:amaze has made all time-based elements local to each individual user and that user's local browser time zone setting.
Re:amaze Custom Chatbots
For those of you that have worked with our chatbots in the past, you know that our existing chatbots, Hello Bot, Order Bot, and FAQ Bot, are turnkey solutions for your business. They require zero programming, training, or additional development work on your end.
But what if you wanted to extend ...