This is a minor release that includes a bug fix for supporting MCQ-based questions for web surveys.
Get survey reports based on options defined in MCQs
Now you can view survey summary reports based on the user-defined options in MCQs. Hence, the summary report can be generated against a survey having MCQ-based questions or a mix of questions including MCQ-based questions.
However, note that a maximum of 5 options can be given in an MCQ if the rating scale configured on the backend is 1-5, and up to 10 if the rating scale is 0-9.
A maximum of 9 questions can be selected in an MCQ survey.
Minor release 12.3.3
Web survey accepts the Agent id
Web Survey now accepts the agentId as a parameter for a Customer Feedback form.
Web surveys API accepts callback id
Web surveys accept callbackId, an API parameter, The type of callback_id is varchar(255).
Minor release 12.3.4
Fixed the minor issue, now PCS can sync all agents with an apostrophe symbol in their names.
Minor release 13.3.4
Resolved agent name mismatched issue for UCCE releases, now the user is able to see the correct agent's name in reports
Voice surveys accept sessionId, updateFeedback API parameter, The value in sessionId will go to the survey_feedback table's session_id column
|Issue Summary||JIRA Issue||Priority||Workaround|
The summary report is not generated properly for survey questions that contain apostrophe and/or double quotes in the answer options.
|Survey Detail Report, the All-Web service that appears in the Service list of Voice and SMS Channel ignores it, All Web service is for the Web channel|
|Survey Detail Report Ignore All-Web Service in the Voice and SMS Channel|
|Change agent's name in the CUCM, this will not reflect in the Agent Management tab|
|Exported reports are not translated||Translation of exported reports are not added, these are available in default language||Translation|
|Gateway settings are present in English only||Gateway settings are not translated||Translation|
Only the UI elements as mentioned in the user story would be translated.
|Any data elements such as survey names won't be translated. Only the UI elements as mentioned in the user story would be translated.||Translation|
|Agents must be using Finesse for handling calls||We assume that contact center agents are using the Cisco Finesse desktop for handling calls. If some other interface than Finesse is being used, PCS would not trigger automatically at the end of the call.||Triggering Survey|
|SMS Survey Supported languages||English, German, and French supported for SMS Survey message.||SMS Surveys|
|SMS Survey Response||The response of the SMS Survey is always in English. Yes, No is visible for Boolean SMS Survey, 1-5 or 0-9 for Rating SMS Survey 0-10 for NPS SMS Survey.||SMS Surveys|
|An SMS survey once created should not be deleted||An SMS survey once created should not be deleted. If deleted, the ID of the survey would be shown in reports.||SMS Surveys|
|Single question per one SMS survey||An SMS survey can only contain one question per survey.||SMS Surveys|
|The status of an outbound SMS is not tracked by the system||PCS does not keep track of the status of the messages that are sent by the system (i.e. pending, failed, delivered are neither tracked nor reported). However, inbound messages from customers (i.e. survey responses) are mapped with the system messages and available for reporting.||SMS Surveys|
|The first index should have a positive answer in a “Boolean” survey||A boolean question always expects a positive option in the first index for all IVR, SMS and Web surveys.||Questions Definition|
|The first index should always have a negative option in the “Rating” survey question||A rating question always expects an extreme negative option in the first index and the extreme positive option on the last index for all IVR, SMS and Web surveys. For instance, on a rating scale of 1-5, 1 means extremely poor (or dissatisfied) and 5 means extremely good (or satisfied).||Questions Definition|
|10 possible answers to an MCQ type question||A user can define 10 answer options at max in an MCQ type|
question. However, the range of an MCQ type question depends on the rating scale been set. If it’s 1-5, the user will only be able to set 5 answer options in an MCQ-based question. If it’s 0-9, the MCQ-based questions will have 10 predefined answers.
|While creating survey questions|
|Questions in a survey cannot be modified once after the survey is created||Once created, questions in a survey cannot be changed.||Survey List|
|Satisfaction levels for rating and boolean surveys||Survey satisfaction levels can only be configured for rating and boolean type surveys.||Survey List|
|SMS on numbers in international number format starting with ‘+’||It depends on the client’s SMS gateway; i.e. if the gateway accepts numbers in the following number format +921231234567, the messages on such numbers would be sent.||SMS Surveys|
|Acceptable phone number length||A valid number for PCS is considered to be a min of 10 and a max of 15 digits long.|
|Proactive Survey||Running Proactive SMS surveys through PCS is deprecated for CCE. SMS standalone surveys can now be run from ExpertFlow Campaign Manager.||Proactive Surveys|
|NPS Question excluded from the Average Report||The Survey Average Report (built within PCS) does not cover NPS and MCQ questions in the survey.||Average Report|
|No comma allowed in a question name||There should not be any special character in the name of a question it is accepting alphanumeric characters.||Questions|
|CUIC Detail Report for SMS Survey||In the CUIC report, only the name of the SMS question can be seen in the report. You can define the same question name as the SMS text to be viewed in the report||CUIC Detail Report|
|CUIC Summary Report per Question - Rating||Select one survey at a time from the filter to see the report||CUIC Summary Report per Question - Rating|
|CUIC Summary Report per Question - Boolean||Select one survey at a time from the filter to see the report||CUIC Summary Report per Question - Rating|
|CUIC NPS Response Volume Report||Select one survey at a time from the filter to see the report||CUIC NPS Response Volume Report|
The following OS software is required on the server:
|7.x updated to the latest packages (use Yum update)||The application can be deployed in any folder|
|RedHat Enterprise||RHEL 8.2 (Enterprise)||The application can be deployed in any folder|
SQL Server 2014/2016 Standard/ Enterprise
It should already be installed and accessible on a local system or over LAN. To support High Availability, the MS SQL Server must be set up in a failover cluster mode by the customer or partner.
Docker Engine Requirements
Docker CE 18.06.0+
|Docker EE||In the case of RHEL Docker EE version 19.03.8|
|Docker Desktop for Windows||In the case of Microsoft Windows as the underlying OS|
Cisco Unified CCX Compatibility
This release works with CCX 11.6 and 12.5
Cisco Unified CCE Compatibility
This release works with CCE 11.5