Customer Service report will let you see how your teammates and teams are performing. And who doesn't want to improve their Customer Service?

#### Some of the questions we can answer are:

- At what time of the day (and day of the week) do customers talk to us?
- How much time do we take to respond?

## New / Open / Closed / Replies

**New**conversations started (by user or by admin) in given period and assigned to a certain member/team;**Open**conversations that were active (replies from user or admin) in given period and stayed open at the end of the period. Again, assigned to a certain member/team;**Closed:**same as "open", but stayed closed at the end of the period;**Replies:**number of replies created in given period and authored by a certain member/team.**Note:**if a conversation is assigned to a team, but messages are written by members, we count them towards members, not teams.

More on Replies and how we count those can be found here.

Tooltip shows amount for the admin/team you hover over and total for all selected members/teams for this date.

## Median Time to First Response

Let's calculate median response time for January. Suppose you have team members Alice and Bob. There's 13 conversations _started_ in January. 5 are assigned to Alice and 8 are assigned to Bob.

Alice responded to 3 conversations in 1 minute, to 1 conversation in 10 minutes and didn't respond to 1 conversation. MTtFR for Alice is median for the following array: [1, 1, 1, 10], which is 1 minute.

Bob responded to 1 conversation in 1 minute, and to 7 conversations in 30 minutes. MTtFR for Bob is median for [1, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30], which is 30 minutes.

Overall MTtFR is median for [1, 1, 1, 1, 10, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30, 30], which is 30 minutes.

**About median**

In case you don't know this, median value is the middle value in sorted array. Suppose, we have response times: [1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 200]. Median for this array is 2, while average is ≈30.

## Median Time to Close

Let's calculate median time to close for January and February. Suppose you have team members Alice and Bob. There's 2 conversations _started_ in January, one for Alice and one for Bob.

Alice's (A) conversation with a user (U):

A, Jan 31, 9:00: Hi, how can I help? *opens*

U, Jan 31, 9:00: What is the answer to answer to life, the universe and everything?

A, Jan 31, 9:10: 42. *close*

Bob's (B) conversation with a user (U):

U, Jan 31, 9:00: Explain this to me!

B, Jan 31, 9:30: Read about it here: ... *closes*

U, Feb 01, 10:00: I still don't get! *reopens*

B, Feb 01, 10:30: Ok, here's what... *closes*

U, Feb 01, 11:30: Thanks! *reopens*

B, Feb 01, 11:40: *closes*

Alice's result in January is median for array [10], which is 10 minutes.

Bob's result in January is median for array [30], which is 30 minutes. Bob's result in February is median for array [10, 30] which is 20.

It's kinda complicated. If you don't get this, message us, we'll try to explain it better!

## Median Time to Resolution

This metric simply shows median time between the conversation open time and the conversation last close time for all conversations started in given period.

**NOTE**: This chart can be changed retrospectively!

E.g., suppose there's one open conversation on Apr 13th. It's not closed yet, so there's no data for that date. Then your teammate closes it on 14th, so the result for 13th is roughly 1d now. Then your customer reopens it, and you close it on 15th, so the result for 13th is 2d now. If customer opens it after 2 months, result for 13th will change again. And when you close it, the result will be something like 60d.

## Number of Open Conversations

Amount of conversations that stayed open at the end of particular day.

## Conversations by Weekday/Hour for Users/Leads

Fractions of when conversations are started by the hour of day or day of week. **Note:** this is not affected by changing date range.

## Median Time to First Response (Users/Leads) for Weekday/Hour

Same as the previous MTtFR chart, but we take only conversations started by users/leads in specific hour of day or day of week.

#### Overall Team Performance

Simple interactive (you can sort and search it) table with **total admins/team-member stats**.