Screen recording overview
Use screen recording along with interaction recording to determine how effectively agents handle interactions. Synchronized playback of interactions and screen recording provides a full view of agent activity.
Screen recording can help to identify:
- Why certain types of interactions take longer to handle than others.
- How well agents understand the applications.
- Whether workflow issues relate to agent problems or to system issues.
- How agents handle multiple overlapping interactions.
- Whether agents access unauthorized activity.
- Best practices for handling interactions.
To use screen recording, create a recording policy and choose screen recording settings. PureCloud screen recording has the following features:
Screen record agent desktop activity
ACD interactions can have both an interaction recording and a screen recording. The interaction recording is an audio or text record of the interaction. The screen recording is a video of the agents’ desktop activity while they handle ACD interactions. For example, while an agent handles a call, you can also record the agent’s desktop. When you create a recording policy, you can specify whether to start a screen recording for different interaction types.
For best results with the Windows desktop app, use version 1.11.478 or later.
Simultaneously play back recording and applicable audio
Users with the correct permissions can play back the screen recording and simultaneously listen to the interaction’s audio, if applicable. Video of the agent’s screen appears in a pop-out window. For text-based interaction types, you can view the screen recording and the interaction’s text at the same time.
Sync secure pause of audio and screen recording
When an agent starts a secure pause, screen recording also pauses. Audio and screen recording therefore remain in sync, and sensitive information is not recorded.
Record the agent’s primary monitor
PureCloud records the entire desktop of the agent’s primary monitor, as defined by the agent’s operating system.
Use policies to specify whether screen recording continues after agent transfer
Policies determine whether screen recording happens when agents transfer an ACD interaction. For example, policies can state that Queue A has screen recording, but Queue B does not. If an agent in Queue A transfers an interaction to Queue B, then screen recording ends when the transfer is completed. Only the portion of the conversation from Queue A has a screen recording.
Set the maximum simultaneous number of screen recordings
To minimize negative effects on your network, you can set the maximum number of simultaneous screen recordings for the entire organization. For example, if you set the maximum at 100 simultaneous screen recordings, then PureCloud does not create extra screen recordings if 100 are currently in progress. For more information, see Recording management.
Choose whether to record after call work
When you create a screen recording policy, you choose whether to record after call work.
Prevent agents from disabling screen recording
PureCloud does not notify agents when it is recording their screens. Agents also cannot disable screen recording.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
PureCloud does not support screen recording in VDI configurations.