When using the Team feature you can organize, filter, and group together your agents so that your customers are adequately served based on their needs.

You can create teams and organize them based on language, role, skills, etc., and assign them to the call distribution of your lines. Using the Team feature also allows you to establish how calls will ring to the team and if you would like to utilize a queueing option for your customers.

Aircall admins can create and edit teams from the Dashboard:

  • Log in to the Dashboard

  • Click on Teams located in the navigation menu on the left-hand side of the screen

  • Select Create Team located in the green box in the upper right-hand corner

  • Choose a name for your team

  • Pick a fun emoji to set your team apart from the others, and name it

  • Click on Create

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How to add users to the team:

  • Click on Team located in the navigation menu on the left-hand side of the screen

  • Search for the Team you created

  • Under Team members sections, click on Add user

  • Search for the users you would like to add to the team

  • Click on Add


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Once you have created your team, you can easily add them to the Call distribution of any number and establish the ring rule and queue time.


FAQ

Can I continue to use a cascading system?

Absolutely, simply include an individual user or team in your call distribution. Users and Teams can be alternated and you can define the ringing order with a simple drag and drop to personalize.

How do I manage my queue length?

You can decide if you would like your customers to stay in the queue loop within each team for 20 seconds, one, three, five, ten, fifteen, or forty minutes...depending on your business needs.

Is there a limit to the number of people I can create within a team?


There is no limit or a minimum number of users within a single team. Your team can be composed of one person or include your entire roster. This gives you the flexibility to define queue length and distribution for as many users as you like.

However, if you are subscribed to the Essentials Plan, please note that you will not be able to create more than three teams.

What are the different types of distribution for a team?


Aircall offers the option for your calls to ring 'simultaneously' (or all at the same time) to all available teammates. If you choose this option and your queue is 1 minute long, an incoming call will ring for 1 minute, simultaneously, to all available agents.

You can also choose for calls to ring in a 'random distribution'. If you choose this option and your queue is 1 minute long, an incoming call will randomly ring to an available agent within the team before moving on and pinging to the next available agent in the group.

Finally, Aircall offers the option for your calls to ring to the user with the longest 'idle time'. If you choose this option and your queue is 1 minute long, an incoming call will ring to the user who has been idle for the longest amount of time before moving on to the user with the second-longest idle time.

My team works in different shifts, what are the implications?


You can set the working hours of a team to determine when they will receive calls. You can also create different teams or split up a larger team into smaller teams to make sure all service hours are covered.

Are there any specific configurations for IVRs?

If you would like a team to be able to place calls from an IVR line, please make sure that a number is set to a classic number so that you can assign the team to the outgoing calling only, then switch the number to an IVR number and establish your menu options.

📚 Check out our guide on understanding call routing if you are still unsure about the best way to set up your call distribution.

🔗 For more tips on how the Teams feature can help you limit call rollbacks during transfers and significantly reduce missed call rates, please check out our blog post.


Still in need of assistance? Please feel free to reach out to the Support Team and

we will be happy to assist!


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