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It is a must that we, as HubSpot customers, be able to measure how many chats are opened at different times of the day, i.e., how many chats are opened between 8am to 9am, between 9am to 10am, etc.
Hi team! this idea would be useful since this would make our customers measure times of incoming chats so that they can staff hours accordingly.
Yes, I've been asking this like 3 months ago.
Agree.They lack even basic reporting features like this.
We're trying to get some data on the frequency of chats and identify trends (if any) in time of day x volume of chats/conversations. I can see there's a report for chat conversations over time but it doesn't allow me to break down information on a smaller scale than daily, @cliona was a great help but confirmed it wasn't yet a feature. It would be great to advance the current reporting for conversations to include this!!
Has there been any movement surrounding this? This would be incredibly helpful for my organization for reporting. We're actually currently manually recording chat times in an excel sheet, and being able to automatically report this rather than doing a daily count would be a huge time saver.
I agree - this is something we need to monitor the peak and off-peak periods for optimal resource planning.
I agree. This is needed for Chat & Calls in Hubspot. Also, chat needs types or categories like logged calls have.
To be honest, to me is quite impressive that this is not a feature. It sends a bad message about how HubSpot imagines this produtc.
Similarly, as suggested by a customer, having access to the time (hours and minutes rather than date) for conversations would allow users to report on specific time slots - for instance only the hours when the team is actually present and manning the chat channel.
This is a must-have feature.
It would be important to distinguish the time when chat requests arrive when analyzing for resource plannning.
Hi team, upvoting this idea on behalf of a customer and sharing his use case here as well!
He would like to analyse and understand the behaviour of his website visitors to better plan for staffing and managing visitors' enquiries. Currently, the closest activity filters he can use would be "Date visitor started/ended conversation", but it doesn't show the timestamps. This timestamp information can only be found on contact records and in the conversations inbox, so it'd be very useful if it can be an activity property that can be used in lists or reports as well.
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