How to set up a test for receiving context data?
Using SnapCall with your PBX? You can still have customers' data collected and displayed in your SnapCall dashboard. 😉
To receive information like the customers' first and last name, their email address, phone number, or any other additional information, the extraContext function has to be added to your code. Here’s a link to our documentation, explaining how to receive customer’s data in your SnapCall dashboard.
However, you might want to test how it works first. Here's a step by step guide how to do it:
Download this extension here by pressing Add to Chrome.
2. Once the CJS extension is installed, it should appear near your other extensions close to the URL bar.
3. Go to SnapCall's documentation on how to receive context in your calls and copy the code provided on the right (keep in mind all the cotextual information is just an example and you can change the values of id, fn, ln, e).
5. Launch a call from the button on your website.
6. Once the call is finished, you will it in the dashboard's Calls section, under History. When you click on the call that you just launched from your website, you'll see the contextual information in the EXTRA field below the recording.
That's it! 👍If you put extraContext function into the source code of your website, you'll be able to find information, such as customer ID, their first and last name, email address or phone number directly in your SnapCall dashboard.
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