Overview About Customer Satisfaction Report
A customer satisfaction (CSAT) report helps you to track and analyze customer satisfaction. Using this report, you can get insight into customers’ satisfaction for the service provided. It is an easy way to measure customer satisfaction exactly. The sentiment of customers is divided into three categories. For a 5-point rating scale, it is classified as mentioned below,
Positive – Rating Points (4,5)
Neutral – Rating (3)
Negative – Rating (1,2)
An important metric to look out for in this report is the Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT Score). A CSAT Score of 75% to 85% is considered good.
CSAT Score = (Positive Rating * 100) / Total Responses
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In Admin center, choose the Reports module to open the Customer Satisfaction Report.
The satisfaction report consists of count-related statistics widgets and a detailed feedback view.
Various filters available in this report are explained below:
|Filters data based on the selected brand.
|Filters data based on the selected date range on which the worklog is created.
|Filters data based on the selected date range on which date the work is logged.
|Filters data based on an agent who has logged the work.
|Filters data based on a customer who requested the ticket for which the work is logged.
|Filters data based on the time logged for the billable work
|Filters data based on ticket category.
|Filters data based on the contact group of customers associated with the ticket when work is logged to the ticket.
|Filters data which includes the comments which was added while giving the feedback.
The worklog report supports the following two actions:
- Adding a private note to a ticket
- Adding tags to a ticket
To add a private note or tag, select a worklog entry and choose the appropriate action near the specific contact.
Use Case: Support managers/leads can quickly add a note or tag a ticket for further review by an agent, without opening a ticket.