Our popular visitor mapping feature now includes a new suite of filters based on search criteria, with color-coded pins based on user behavior. Agents have come to rely on our real-time world map, which shows a pin for each unique visitor currently browsing your website. The new filters, found on the upper right of the agent panel, let agents filter web visitors directly on the real-time world map by setting search criteria such as visitors from a particular country, time spent on the website, or what type of chat a visitor is engaged in.
Pins are automatically color-coded to fit with different search criteria, and they are all still placed geographically. This is what each color means:
Dark Green – Last activity was less than or equal to 2 minutes on the website
Light Green – Visitor has been on website from 2 – 10 minutes
Gray – Visitor has been on website more than 10 minutes
Blue – Forced chat: an agent proactively initiated a chat and the visitor accepted
Yellow – Active chat: visitor is engaged in a chat session with an agent
Don’t worry, visitors engaged in a chat don’t disappear from the time-based filters – they end up in both places. For example, if a user has been browsing the site for more than 10 minutes and is engaged in an active chat, they will show up in a filter for both time (shown in this case as a gray pin) and chat type (shown in this case as a yellow pin).
The map view has helped agents to pre-qualify leads and increase conversions, so we’re excited to introduce these new filters, which make the entire process more precise.
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