In brief, you receive a call but might be unsure who to transfer the caller to - or maybe you require information from a 3rd party such as availability etc.
The procedure in short:
Read on for the process in detail...
To handle the call you need to answer it.
In this scenario we are presuming you need to identify the person to tranfer to first, or perhaps find information available through a Co-worker.
To start, place the caller on hold.
After holding a call, you can Resume and Hold the caller as many times as required to resolve the request or collect the desired information.
Pressing the New Call button will enable you to start a separate call - regardless if you are using your extension directory, address book, or dedicated one-touch transfer buttons.
If you do NOT press New Call, pressing a one-touch transfer key will transfer the caller to the party you intend to consult with.
Pressing the Swap button as needed will allow you to switch between your Co-worker and the caller quickly.
You can end the call with your Co-worker first or, if they want to know the results they may prefer to hold for you to complete the call.
When you are ready, press Resume to pick up to resume the call from hold.
Press End Call when complete (unless the caller hangs up first).
At this point you can resume the call with your Co-worker (or call them back if required) to let them know any results of the call you handled.
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