About wrap-up codes
Wrap-up codes indicate the nature of an interaction. Agents specify wrap-up codes after completing an interaction; for example, a completed sale, a customer dissatisfied with service, or a billing problem.
Wrap-up codes for administrators and contact center managers
Create and define wrap-up codes, and then add them during queue configuration.
Wrap-up codes for agents
Agents specify wrap-up codes to indicate the purpose or outcome of an interaction. For example, an agent can indicate a completed sale, a customer dissatisfied with service, or a billing problem.
Wrap-up codes and outbound dialing
Configure outbound dialing to flag a single number or an entire contact as uncallable based on the wrap-up code assigned after an interaction.
Wrap-up reports, views, and dashboards
Dynamic views display historical and real-time metrics for the contact center, queues, agents, interactions, outbound campaigns, scheduled callbacks, and workforce management. Use reports to see past metrics and data about the contact center.
Wrap-up codes in Architect
In Architect, a wrap-up code expression assigns a specific code to a variable, which can then be used throughout the flow. Wrap-up codes are established and configured by the Genesys Cloud administrator.
Wrap-up codes for integrations
Genesys Cloud for Chrome, Genesys Cloud for Firefox, Genesys Cloud for Salesforce, and Genesys Cloud for Zendesk support wrap-up codes to indicate the outcome of an interaction.