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A quick tutorial on how to create and Office 365 UM Auto Attendant to work with Skype for Business.

The Auto Attendant feature greets callers and presents dialing options that play additional messages or help route incoming calls. We’ll show you how to make some basic adjustments to your auto attendant settings. : http://soc.att.com/2E5DrBY

Video Transcript:

The Auto attendant feature helps route and manage calls by offering your callers a menu of options.

To get help you get started, we've provided a default auto attendant.

But you can optimize your auto attendant by making some basic adjustments in AT&T Collaborate-Enhanced Mobile.

We'll show you how.

On the "Site Information" page, click "Manage auto attendant."

Some basic information about the auto attendant appears.

Now, click "Edit."

There are three options for managing an auto attendant.

You can manage the profile...

...by changing the default settings.

Just keep in mind that the time zone setting determines how the schedules are applied.

Don't forget to save any changes.

To help manage calls to the auto attendant, you can set call features.

Just click "Assign Features"...

...and select the features you want.

Finally, to customize the auto attendant to fit your needs, you can manage the settings.

If you want to play the same greeting and provide the same menu options all the time, you can easily "switch to a 24/7 configuration."

Or, you can set up your auto attendant to play customized greetings and provide different menu options during business hours, after hours, and holidays.

We'll customize Business hours.

First, expand "Business hours."

Then, under "Schedule," click "Set up."

By default, Business hours are in effect every day, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Now let's create a schedule.

First, we'll give the schedule a name.

For this example, we aren't including weekends in our business hours, so we'll call this schedule "Monday - Friday."

Then, we'll leave the defaults for Monday through Friday, but select "Closed" for "Saturday" and "Sunday."

Now, save these settings...

..and then click "OK" on the success message.

Expand "Business hours" again.

These are the default menu options for Business hours, but we'll add another option.

Click the Edit icon.

We want our callers to hear that they're being transferred, so for key 3, select "transfer with prompt", and enter a person's extension.

Save your changes...

...and click "OK" on the success message.

Expand "Business hours" again.

Now we'll assign a greeting.

Click "Set up."

You can record a new greeting, upload a greeting, or choose an existing greeting.

Let's say we recorded and saved a custom greeting to match our updated menu, so we'll choose "Use an existing greeting..."

... select the greeting, and then click "Save."

And that's it!

Business hours are now customized for your business needs.

Now that you know how to customize your business hours, you'll also be able to customize "After hours," and "Holidays."

Want to learn more?

Check the Business Center "Help" menu for more Collaborate Enhanced Mobile videos and step-by-step help.

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