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Use quick chat actions

You can block or unsubscribe a contact, export it to a CSV file as well as snooze a chat, mark it as unread, or delete it completely. Just use quick chat actions.
Written by Konstantine
Updated 3 months ago

In HelpCrunch, all chats and contacts are very flexible and can be easily managed with the help of quick chat actions. Let me tell you more about each of them

Quick actions for contacts

  • Block person

If a certain person is bothering you, you can block them in one sec. Choose the ‘Block person’ from the drop-down menu and all the trouble is gone. You won't receive any messages from blocked people.

  • Unsubscribe person

If a given contact doesn’t wish to receive any emails from your team, you can unsubscribe them from all manual and automated emails. It’s also a good idea to unsubscribe users with invalid or absent email addresses.

  • Export contact to CSV

If you need some contact’s information for further use, you can export it to a .CSV file in a single click.

Quick chat actions

  • Snooze chat

You can snooze any chat for as long as you wish and get back to it with some new information or solution later. No need to mark conversations as unread all the time or create dozens of additional tags. The ‘Snooze chat’ feature will remind you to follow up on everyone who’s waiting for a word from you.

  • Mark as unread

If you’ve opened some chat by accident or just wanted to quickly check it, mark this chat as unread so that other agents can see it and respond.

  • Email transcript to client

If you choose this option, the current chat's history will be delivered to the email address indicated in a user profile.

  • Email transcript to me

Chat history will be delivered to the email address indicated in the ‘My Account’ section in the ‘Sender Email Address’ field.

  • Delete chat

This will erase a conversation completely. Please note that the contact's data and all their previous conversations won’t be affected by this action and will stay as they are.

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