Editing your chat notification settings

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  • Fernanda Melo

    Hi Zendesk Team,

    Is there a way to turn off notifications for incoming chats that are in the queue due to not having agents available? 
    We'd like to keep notifications for chat requests when an agent has the bandwidth to serve a chat but turn off notifications for the ones that fall in the queue. Is that possible?
    Thanks in advance.

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  • Nate Perdomo

    I'm having some difficulty updating preferences. When I go to the dashboard as indicated in the first step of this article, I see no options for settings, sounds, or notifications. I'd really appreciate some help updating my chat and email sounds and view!

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  • Josephine Anchuelo

    Hi Nate, sorry for the confusion but you need to be on your Zendesk chat dashboard to be able to see the sound and notification options. Click the Zendesk Products icon (icon with 4 tiny squares) in the top right bar, then select Chat, from there you will see the options indicated in the first step of this article and you can modify the sounds and desktop notification for your live chat requests. Hope that helps!

     

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  • Justin Near

    I have both sound notifications set to none, and I still hear the alarm in Sell. How do I turn off the alarm, or minimally change that sound?

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  • Cheeny Aban
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hi Justin,

    I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing an issue regarding your Sell Notification. Can you please check Setting up notifications in Sell and verify if all notifications are disabled? if yes, may you please clear cache & cookies, and try to access your account using an incognito browser? if the issue persists, I highly suggest that you initiate a chat with us so we can provide real-time support and further check

    All the best

     

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  • Ann Chung

    Is there a way as an Admin to turn off the default email notifications for all agents? I would like to have more control over who receives these. 

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  • Neil Grandez
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hi,

    The email notifications sent to agents are from the default triggers in the Support instance. These triggers can either be disabled or reconfigured to suit your workflow. Kindly check out our article on About the Support default triggers

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  • Heather Rommel
    Community Moderator

    Hi Ann Chung,

    As Neil mentioned, you'll need to look at your triggers one by one. It's been a long time since I looked at a newly created account, but definitely look for triggers that are notifying the Assignee. You may want to modify or disable those. 

    Additionally, you might want to look at your Notify Requester trigger(s) if your Requesters are sometimes Agents as well.

    Let us know if you need further assistance!

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  • Kaylin Bailey

    Where do I go to change notification settings for customers? I want there to be a sound for them when an agent joins the chat.

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  • Andrew Dyer

    Is it possible to turn off only the browser notification for the "business hours have started do you want to go online" or whatever.  With agent workspace when you're purposely not on chat, like a supervisor, those messages pop up all day

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  • Josh

    Hi Andrew,

    Thank you for messaging us.

    The pop up is associated to the browser settings you currently have. But under normal condition, this is an expected behavior.

    But to turn off this generally, you will need to switch off the Operating Hours of the account. But you need to check if this will impact your current Zendesk.

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  • McKinzey Talbot

    I would just like to repost another post from 8 months ago

    "Hi Zendesk Team,

    Is there a way to turn off notifications for incoming chats that are in the queue due to not having agents available?
    We'd like to keep notifications for chat requests when an agent has the bandwidth to serve a chat but turn off notifications for the ones that fall in the queue. Is that possible?
    Thanks in advance."
    When you have 40 chats in the queue and you hear your notification for each chat coming into the queue, even when you're not up for a chat yet, it's enough to make someone go insane. 

    Thank you!!

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