After a few months of work, we are proud to release WombatDialer 0.7.3. This is a major release that adds a number of features that have been on the wish list for quite a bit of time.
- Black lists. It is now possible to filter call lists dynamically when dialing out using one or more Black Lists. Black Lists are lists like any other in WombatDialer that can be used to collect numbers that are not to be called anymore. They can be updated through the HTTP API, so you can control this feature externally and while a campaign is running.
- CSV import / export of lists. You can now prepare lists of numbers to be dialed (with all their attributes) using your favourite spreadsheet and upload them to the dialer through and easy-to-use drag and drop interface. You can also export lists of numbers with attributes as CSV files.
- Separate Agent CLID. A number of times, you want your agents to receive a call which caller-id contains information on the call being made (e.g. the name of the person called, or their CRM id - you choose). You can now have separate caller-ids for the external versus the internal side of a call.
- Attributes substitution. You can now use call attributes in caller-id’s, caller presentation and logging code.
- Sortable campaign runs. In the Live page, you can now decide the sort order of campaigns and runs
- Number generator. The number generator can now create correctly set of numbers to be dialed whatever their prefixes
- Better security. On all user-created records, you can now see who created them and who modified them last
- Live dialer status. The dialer box on the main page can be set to refresh automatically
Plus a large number of fixes, usability tweaks and minor redesigns meant to make the experience smoother and better.
You can try the latest version with the free license included or you can upgrade an existing systems through the yum installer. Get started from our Dialer Installation page. We are sure you will like the new release.
PS. We’ll be exhibiting WombatDialer and QueueMetrics at the Astricon in Atlanta, booth 33 - come and say hi.