Note: When you create an application, the system creates a default work queue and work group.
Because of mutual dependencies, you need to provide a work queue when you create a work
group, and when you create a work group, you need to provide a work queue. Use the default
values, and then provide the actual values after you create your work group and work
To improve workload management and task routing in your application, create a
work queue that holds assignments for operators and robotic queues. Because you associate a
work queue with a group of users or a robotic queue, you logically and efficiently categorize
work inside your organization.
For example, create a work queue for customer
service representatives (CSRs) who manage loan requests to ensure that an application routes
loan request tasks to users with relevant skill set and qualifications.
- In the header of Dev Studio, click .
- On the Create Work queue tab, in the Short
description field, describe the purpose of the work queue.For example: Enter Loan requests.
- In the Work queue field, enter a name that clearly conveys the
purpose of the work queue and its contents to users of the application.
Note: For a better distinction between work queues and other organization elements, append
the WQ characters to the work queue name.For example: Enter LoanRequestsWQ.
- Click Create and open.
- On the Work queue tab, in the General
section, specify a work queue type:
|Create a work queue that distributes assignments to a virtual
- In the Type list, select
- In the Maximum queue length field, enter an integer
that defines the maximum number of tasks that a queue can contain.
- In the Maximum automation execution time (seconds),
enter the maximum amount of time in seconds that the virtual machine can take to
run the assignment before the system cancels the assignment.
|Create a work queue that distributes assignments to users||In the Type list, select
- In the Organization section, specify an organization layer that
contains your work queue:
- In the Name field, enter the name of an organization to
which the work queue belongs.For example: Enter UPlus.
- In the Division field, enter the work queue division.For example: Enter BankingOperations.
- In the Unit field, enter the work queue unit.For example: Enter LoanRequests.
- In the Work group field, enter a work group that you want to
associate with a work queue.
A work group consists of a work queue and a manager to which the work queue
- Optional: To notify operators about new assignments, in the Contacts
section, in the text field, enter the ID of an operator who receives a notification when
an application routes work to the work queue.
- Optional: To add more operators who receive notifications, click Add item,
and then enter the operator ID.
- Optional: To specify which users can process work in this work queue, in the
Roles section, in the text field, enter the required role for a
user to resolve assignments from the work queue.
Caution: If you leave this field blank, any user who can access the work queue
can process work.
- Optional: To add more roles, click Add item, and then enter a role.
To process work, a user needs to have at least one role from the set of roles that you
- Click Save.