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An interactive voice recording (IVR), also referred to as a phone tree or auto-attendant, is a phone answering tool which plays a voice recording with numbered options for inbound callers. (“Please dial ‘one’ for sales or ‘two’ for support,” for example) It allows your customers to select the department or individual they want to be connected with for a smoother customer experience.
You can set up as many IVRs as you would like, with the options for personalization being practically limitless.
Yes, you can route the options on an IVR to go to another IVR, a ring group, a specific agent, or a call queue.
No, there are no extra fees for creating more IVRs. However, adding an extra phone number to your account costs $5/mo per number.
There are several options for setting up your IVR greeting. You can choose to upload a pre-recorded .mp3 file, use the text-to-speech, or record your own voice directly in the dashboard.
If someone does not select an option within the IVR, you can decide where you would like their call to be routed. The “No Answer Action” setting allows you to choose how to handle any callers that do not select an action in the IVR. For example, their call can be forwarded to a group, a specific agent, a voicemail, etc.