Call to Group comes in handy when you can separate your staff into at least two departments, like Sales and Support.
Setting up calls to a group
You can either select an existing group, or create a new one by clicking on Add Group:
Another option is to simply pick separate agents and team them up here.
Calls to the group members can go in one of the following ways:
The call will go to the first team member, then to another one, and it will continue calling team member one by one until the timeout is over.
The call will go to all team members at the same time, and whoever picks up first will receive the call.
The call will go to the first team member after the one who has got a previous call, the next to the person after them, etc.
Timeout here is the time period during which the calls will ring to your group members.
You have 2 users in a group, Leo & Peter. Leo has set up incoming calls to go to his webphone and mobile app at the same time, with the timeout of 30 seconds. Peter has his calls ring to the webphone for 30 seconds first, then to his cell phone number for 24 seconds.
If you want the calls to go simultaneously to Leo & Peter, then follow the no-answer rule, your group timeout should be 23 seconds because otherwise it will go to Peter's MightyCall voicemail, if no-one picks up.
If you want the calls to go sequentially: first to Leo, then to Peter, and then follow the no-answer rule, your group timeout should be 83 seconds because otherwise it will go to Peter's MightyCall voicemail, if no-one picks up.
No answer rule
If there is no answer, you can set up how an incoming call is handled:
you can have it automatically disconnect,
send the call to another user (extension),
play an audio message (you would need to record and upload it first),
leave a voicemail for a user or in the General Voicemail box, or
send the call to a non-MightyCall phone number.