We like to stay fresh!
You already know that, at LiveChat, we like to stay fresh – and so do our apps! Because of that, our new version of LiveChat app for iOS is here, ready for you to download it from App Store.
With the new version, we have improved the app stability. We have also fixed few minor bugs, like crashing the app after login on iOS 8 and after login with the use of Google, which might have happened occasionally. Additionally, we made sure that the app will stay connected when using iOS 10 with your screen locked. Our sincere apologies if you have ever encountered any of those bugs.
Once again, any feedback from you will be greatly appreciated. Let us know what do you think by sending us an email at email@example.com.
At LiveChat, we know how important it is to quickly provide you with the information you need. Whether through chat or self-help with the use of our Knowledge Base, resolution time is what keeps you and your customers happy. That is why we improved the search engine of our Knowledge Base.
From now on, simply type a key word that you are looking for and see the results right as you type it. What’s more, the results are better than ever! That is because now we are looking not only through titles but also through the content of our articles.
Visit our Knowledge Base and see how easy it is to look for the right article!
And, as always, we love to see some feedback from you, so feel free to drop us an email anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Media are becoming more and more important in Customer Service. One of the reasons for that is the ability to send quick, short and straightforward messages via social channels. With that in mind, we have decided to make our Direct Chat Link shorter, so that you can blend it in with your Tweets or Facebook posts.
From now on, when you see your customers in need, simply grab the shorter direct chat link and post it on your Twitter or Facebook. Simple “Have a problem? Let’s chat now! https://lc.chat/now/1520/ “ can work miracles!
Also, don’t forget to leave us feedback! Feel free to drop us an email anytime, at email@example.com.
LiveChat is like wine – it only gets better with time. That’s thanks to our wise developers, who are constantly looking for ways to make LiveChat better for everyone. And this small (but mighty) update to our Zendesk integration does exactly that.
Our previous Zendesk integration was a bit of a bother asking for credentials before letting you create a ticket. We took the pain and keystrokes out of the process. You can now authenticate your Zendesk account with a single click and go directly to the task. Ta-da!
We hope you’ll find the change helpful. As always, any comments or feedback are welcome.
Have you seen our Customer Service Benchmark? If not, I think you should take a look. It’s a perfect source to see how you’re doing compared to others in your industry.
The Benchmark is there for a while, but it’s still not complete. Not without your company details…
With that said, we’ve created a quick form where all admins and the owner can complete the information about your company. It’s available right from the dashboard and you can update it as many times as you need.
Please take a minute to tell us a bit about your business and how you’re using LiveChat and help us improve and personalize your experience with LiveChat.
We can’t wait to get to know you better.
The latest LiveChat iOS app is out on the App Store now. There’s more than just bug fixes and stability improvements to look forward to. Version 2.4.9 introduces the 1Password integration, which makes it way faster and easier to log into the app.
Also new in version 2.4.9 is the quick support button. In the past, if you wanted to chat with us from your mobile, you had to visit www.livechatinc.com. With the new update, the support button is right there at your fingertips in your profile section. Take a look:
Finally, we’ve squished a few bugs, like the one where you couldn’t see last items on the visitors’, chats’ and agents’ lists. Also, gone are the days when the app used to log in automatically with cached credentials. It was bad. We’re sorry it ever happened.
As always, we’re curious to know what you think. Let us know your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the comments below.
Typing speed matters when supporting customers via chat. Just think of the time you could save if you improved your speed even by a few words per minute.
To help you out, we’ve created a fun Typing Speed Test.
The test takes 60 seconds. It measures how many words per minute [WPM] you can write and how accurate you are in recreating the text.
Don’t worry if you don’t get the best score at first. Just as with any skill, mastery comes with practice. It won’t be overnight, but practicing each day will steadily transform you into a typing octopus. So, the next time you have a minute to spare, why not invest it in improving your productivity?
Protip: When you type, try not to look at the keyboard as every peek will distract your attention and eventually slow you down.
A few weeks ago, we released the engagement report. Despite all the positive feedback, we knew there was still more to be done. The engagement report only explained half of the puzzle – how your chats start. It was missing the juicy part about greetings and their effectiveness.
Today, we’re bridging this gap with data to help you better understand your customers and your chat performance.
Greetings conversion, is an easy to understand report to back up what you think does or does not work when it comes to your greetings. This kind of insight is vital if you A/B test your greetings to see which work better.
For example, if you notice your 20-second greeting gets ignored, you can try delaying it or changing its wording. Then see which one converts better and use this knowledge to engage more customers. Easy!
Let us know what you think about the new report in the comments below. Or email us at email@example.com.
Wanna pass data from LiveChat to 3rd party app? Well, good news – you can do that thanks to Zapier integration.
Zapier offers a rich database of the apps that can be integrated with LiveChat.
The idea is very simple: use one of the five triggers (as a finished chat or a new ticket) and decide which data about your visitor or chat will be passed to your CRM, to-do list or wherever else you wish!
With such an automation set, there’s no need to transfer the data manually and that will save you and your team plenty of time.
We added two more events that you can use as triggers: chat changed and ticket created.
You can also save additional information about your chat visitors: visitor’s location, timezone, language and the page on which the chat started.
Feel free to test it!
Using multiple tags (if you’re not tagging chats yet, then you really should), it can be hard to remember all of them. Sure, you can search the tag list, but it adds precious seconds to each chat and seconds add up to minutes and minutes… well you know how the story ends.
Today’s update fights this daily hassle by making chat tagging almost automatic. Now, whenever you have a chat, LiveChat will help you by suggesting a tag to be used.
The feature works out of the box, but since it learns from your past tagging, you’ll need a history of at least 100 tagged chats to see your first suggestions. So you’d better get your fingers busy. Besides, the more you tag, the more accurate suggestions you will get.
Enjoy and let us know how it goes at firstname.lastname@example.org.