When on a call, it is common for local network connections to change. This can greatly affect your call quality and impact your workflow. However, now, you can easily check the status of your network while on a call through our new network management feature.
Let’s take a look at our new network indicators.
Here, you’ll be able to identify the type of connection you have. The status will either display:
If the connection is unidentifiable in our system, this field will be left blank.
Call Quality Indicators
The indicators are organized by level. Please note that packet loss, jitter, and latency are all taken into consideration when these indicators are shown in the phone app. Bandwidth is not taken into consideration.
Level 1- Very Low
This level indicates that the quality level is significantly impacted by your network and your call could drop or you could experience very poor quality.
Level 2- Low
This level indicates that you most likely won't experience calls dropping, but the quality is poor and you should make sure to check your network connection before continuing.
Level 3 -Medium
The quality is good but could be improved. Your network is stable but you may experience occasional issues during a call.
Level 4- Good
Your network is very stable and you should experience no quality issues when making calls.
If you should experience poor quality on calls, please feel free to check out our network requirements with your IT department to ensure you’re set up for success.
Still have questions? Reach out to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org , we’re always happy to help!