Auto Attendants are a type of Call Distribution that gives your caller a menu of choices to decide where to go.  

Call flow settings like this one are typically found in the Enterprise Services section of the left hand menu.
 

Find the Auto Attendant you wish to edit and press the EDIT button on the right hand side.

Once expanded, you can edit the Settings at the top, set Schedules in he center, and edit the Menus at the bottom.

Settings

By pressing "Edit" next to the Settings label you can open the settings for changes.

Schedules

You set up rules for diverting calls to the different menus in the center section.  By default, the Business Hours menu will be played every time a call is routed to this auto attendant - shown as "Every Day All Day" in the Schedule category.

Menus

The menus describe the actions that the caller can perform with button presses.  The menu will also have an audio file that should inform the caller as to what actions are possible.
Main Menu Section
You can use the Browse button to upload a compatible .wav file to be used as the voice prompt for the auto attendant.
Extension Dialing
Toggling this ON will enable the caller to dial an extension at any point during the voice prompt or with in 10 seconds after.

Menu Actions

An auto attendant can have up to 12 possible button prompts, numbers 0-9 as well as * and #.  Every one of these must have one of the following actions (by default, most of them will be 'disabled').

  • Disabled: no action will be taken when this is pressed.
  • Transfer with Prompt: transfer to the listed extension or number after vocalizing a prompt.
  • Transfer without Prompt: transfer to the listed extensin or number.
  • Extension Dialing: this launches an IVR where the caller can input the extension number they wish to reach.
  • Transfer to Mailbox: this will launch an IVR where the caller is prompted to input the mailbox number (extension) they wish to reach.
  • Transfer to Specific Mailbox: this allows you to control which voicemail box the call is transferred to.
  • Name Dialing: another IVR that allows the caller to input three letters of the name.
  • Play Announcement: this will play another compatible .wav file, then return to the main menu again.
  • Repeat Menu: plays the top level recording again, and restarts the 10 second timer
  • Transfer to Operator: similar to Transfer with Prompt, but it will automatically trigger if the caller cannot or will not interact before the 10 second time has elapsed.
  • Exit: disconnects the call.
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