Configure and activate AudioHook Monitor in Genesys Cloud

To access and use AudioHook Monitor with voice transcript-enabled queues or with Architect’s Transcription action, make sure that you first add and configure AudioHook Monitor in Genesys Cloud.

These instructions assume that you are an advanced user. However, if you anticipate or encounter issues, or are unfamiliar with the configuration process, best practice recommends that you enlist your administrator or a member of your technical support team for assistance.

Note: AudioHook Monitor is a Genesys Cloud premium application. For more information, see What are premium applications? and About premium applications.

Before you begin

Before you begin, perform these tasks:

  1. Configure voice transcription.
  2. Install AudioHook Monitor from Genesys AppFoundry
  3. Add an AudioHook Monitor instance for each endpoint.

Open the AudioHook Monitor configuration

To configure AudioHook Monitor, follow these steps:

  1. In Genesys Cloud, click Admin.
  2. Under Integrations, click Integrations.
  3. Select AudioHook Monitor.
  4. Click the Configuration tab.

Configure AudioHook Monitor

When you add your Connection URI, make sure that it begins with wss:// and not https://.

  1. Click the Properties tab.
  2. Under Channel, select whether to stream internal (agent), external (customer), or both.
    Note: A value of “both” means a two-channel (stereo) stream with external party on the left channel and an internal party on the right; values of “external” and “internal” provide a single-channel stream. Unless you have an explicit reason otherwise, best practice recommends that you select both. This selection gives AudioHook Monitor the option to choose the value.
  3. Under Connection URI, select the WebSocket endpoint in which to stream the audio.

This image displays example AudioHook Monitor configuration properties.

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Configure AudioHook Monitor Properties

Add AudioHook Monitor credentials

  1. Click the Credentials tab.
  2. Click Configure. The Configure Credentials dialog prompts you for the values that you obtained from the endpoint to which you want to connect:
    • API Key: The API key that passes to servicers in the X-API-KEY header.
    • Client Secret: The value that you use to sign connection requests and allow servers to authenticate the client. Obtain this credential from your service provider.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Click Save.
  5. Select the Details tab.
  6. To activate the integration, click Inactive. The Change Status dialog appears and asks you to confirm that you want to activate AudioHook Monitor.
  7. Click Yes

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Configure AudioHook Monitor Credentials

After a few seconds, the installation initiates a connection check to the server. If the connection check succeeds, the status changes to Active. If the check fails, an error appears.