The Client Settings tab provides settings that define the default presentation, layout, and functionality for an Application.

Note: The settings available on this tab will vary according to the Application's channel type.

Generic elements of the Client Settings tab, as well as their available channel types, are described below:

Setting Channel Types Description
Theme Agent
Collaboration
Mobile Web
Web Self Service
Login
The theme currently selected for the application. This setting determines the application's look and feel.

For Mobile Web applications, a Swatch dropdown list appears, enabling you to also select the swatch desired for the theme.

For more information about themes and modifying the default theme, refer to Managing Application Themes.
Escalation to an Agent Collaboration
Customer Assistant
Mobile Web
Web Self Service
These settings determine which of the available customer assistance services are enabled for the Application. When a service is enabled, designers may incorporate that service into the menu bar of Flows.

The following Escalation to an Agent services can be configured:
  • Call Now: Enables a user to call an agent. Clicking the link redirects you either to the Connectivity Settings menu (if the application uses default connectivity settings) or to the Connectivity tab (if the application uses custom connectivity settings).
  • Chat with an Agent: Enables a user to initiate a chat session with a call center agent. Clicking the link redirects you to the Chat Settings page.
  • Call Return: Enables a user to request a callback from an agent. Clicking the link redirects you either to the Connectivity Settings menu (if the application uses default connectivity settings) or to the Connectivity tab (if the application uses custom connectivity settings).
  • Send Email: Enables a user send an email to a call center agent. Clicking the link redirects you either to the Connectivity Settings menu (if the application uses default connectivity settings) or to the Connectivity tab (if the application uses custom connectivity settings).
Breadcrumbs Settings Agent
Collaboration
Mobile Web
Web Self Service
Determines whether or not breadcrumbs are supported. When the setting is set to Yes, a breadcrumbs trail is displayed at the top of the page as a user navigates through an Flow that includes elements with breadcrumb links.
RPA Details Agent
Agent Assistant

Collaboration
Customer Assistant
Mobile Web App
Web Self Service
For Agent applications, provides the ability to select either Unattended or Attended Automation Mode for RPA. For more details, click here.

For all applications, provides the ability to change the timeout period for any RPA Bot which was acquired for execution but remains idle. An idle RPA Bot is released from memory after the defined length of time.
Extensions Agent
Agent Assistant
Collaboration
Customer Assistant
Mobile Web
Web Self Service
Login
Provides a selection list of the application extensions that are available to the Application. For more information about applying extensions to applications, refer to Working with Extensions in the Admin Console.
Step Execution Timeout Agent
Agent Assistant
Collaboration
Customer Assistant
Mobile Web
Web Self Service

Provides a means to specify the maxiumum length of time allowed by the Application to any Step that uses client-side services (e.g., Integration Points, RPA) before it returns a timeout notification. Using this mechanism can help to ensure ideal performance when an Application contains concurrent flow Steps.

Editing Client Settings

  1. From the Applications page, click the Application Name link. The Details tab for the selected Application is displayed.
  2. Click on the Client Settings tab.
  3. At the right upper corner of the page, click Edit. The fields become editable.

  4. From the Selected theme dropdown list, select the required theme.
  5. For each service listed in the Escalation to an Agent area, select Yes or No from the dropdown lists, as appropriate.

    After enabling a service, verify that its associated settings are also configured on the relevant page (Chat Settings and/or Connectivity Settings).
    Note: If you disable a service that is currently being used in a published Flow, a warning message is displayed.
  6. To support display of a breadcrumb trail in runtime, select Yes in the Allow Breadcrumbs dropdown.
  7. If applicable, select the RPA Automation Mode (relevant for Agent application channel types only) and/or adjust the RPA Bot Default Idle Timeout period.
  8. In the Extensions area, move the extensions that you want activated in the Application into the Selected Extensions list as required.
    • To remove an extension from the Selected Extensions list, select it and then click the left arrow icon. The extension moves to the Available Extensions list, and will no longer be applied to the application.
    • To add an available extension to the Selected Extensions list, select it and then click the right arrow icon. The extension moves to the Selected Extensions list, and will be applied to the application.
    • To edit the order of the Selected Extensions list, select an extension and use the up/down arrow icons to move it to the desired position in the list. The order of the extensions in the list can be important when the same extension point function is used by more than one extension. In this case, the functions are executed in the order of the extensions in the Selected Extensions list.
    For more information about creating and applying extensions, refer to Working with Extensions in the Admin Console.
  9. Under Step Execution Timeout in the Step Duration field, enter the maxiumum length of time that will be allowed by the Application for execution of any single Step in a Flow.
  10. At the right upper corner of the page, click Save.
    A confirmation message is displayed and the Applications page is displayed.

 

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