If you are using ContactWorld in Salesforce, ContactWorld locates information related to the current interaction in Salesforce. ContactWorld locates information at the following times:
- When routing an interaction to an agent
- When an agent makes an outbound call
- When an agent responds to an interaction
ContactWorld then displays the related information in ContactPad.
If the agent is using the Service Cloud app in Salesforce Classic, ContactWorld also displays, or pops, the related information in the main browser window. This related information might be an individual Salesforce record or a list of multiple related records.
If the caller withholds their CLID on an inbound call, ContactWorld cannot use their CLID to locate a Salesforce record.
Depending on the number of Salesforce records found, whether you are using Salesforce Classic or Salesforce Lightning Experience and which type of app you are using, one of the following events occurs:
If the search returns no results, a 'No matches found' message appears in ContactPad.
The search returns no results if a caller withholds their telephone number.
Vonage Contact Center does not pop a page.
- If the search returns one result, ContactPad displays a link to the found record.
If you are using Salesforce Lightning Experience or a non-console app in Salesforce Classic, click this link to pop the record. This link remains in ContactPad until you have made or received another call.
If you are using a console app in Salesforce Classic, ContactWorld pops the record in the main console window. The call is automatically linked to this record.
By default, ContactWorld does not pop a matching record, or a search results page, in Salesforce Lightning Experience apps. If you want to pop records or search results, you can override this default behavior and always pop matching records or search results in Lightning apps. If you enable popping in Lightning apps and you are using a console app, ContactWorld pops the record or search results in a new tab in the main console window. If you are using a non-console app, ContactWorld pops the record or search results page, replacing the existing contents of the window.
For information about enabling popping in Lightning apps, see Enabling popping in Salesforce Lightning Experience apps.
By default, ContactWorld uses the caller's CLID to locate the Salesforce record or records to pop. If enabled for your account, you can customize the data ContactWorld uses to locate records for inbound interactions. The data ContactWorld uses must be a Salesforce record ID.
For information about customizing the data ContactWorld uses to locate Salesforce records, see Customizing how Vonage Contact Center locates Salesforce records to pop.
If the feature is enabled for your account, you can configure advanced popping features, such as creating a new case relating to an incoming call for example. For information about configuring advanced popping features, see Configuring advanced popping.