Understanding MiCC Spectrums

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When you are building out reports for your contact center, you may run across a few questions about MiCC Spectrums and how they work in your reporting.  In this article, we answer some of those questions to help you understand a bit better how to use those in your reports and dashboards.

Spectrums look at what happens in each of the intervals of time.  An easy way to think about these is "of the calls that reach said spectrum, what happened to them?"  We often see customers using the Spectrum Dimensions along with things like Conversation Type and Media Type to see what kind of Interactions are coming into their contact center but then also how they are ending or exiting the queue in each of those spectrums like this:



(Queue Data)



Those spectrums can be adjusted in Your Site Explorer via the Queues and then Queue Spectrum tab as shown here below:


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