You've set up your Klaus account and you're ready to give reviews. Now it's time to filter out some good examples based on your needs. Here's an explanation of our filters and how you can use them to find conversations you want.

Note: Filter rules are arranged alphabetically in Klaus. This article will show them grouped together for an easier understanding.

Filters based on your help desk connections

Filters based on the data from your help desk connections. Use these filters to find, for example, email conversations with more than 3 replies which were closed or similar.

Assignee

Assignee filter rule will help you focus on a particular user or the entire group. You can select just one or multiple users as Assignees or exclude some of them from your filter.

Call duration (in seconds)

Use this filter to find only phone call recordings of a certain duration. That way you can focus on giving reviews to calls of a certain length.

Conversation filters

Use these filters to find conversations based on specific internal marks in your help desk.

  • Conversation brand

  • Conversation channel

  • Conversation content

  • Conversation description

  • Conversation form

  • Conversation group

  • Conversation priority

  • Conversation reply count

  • Conversation status

  • Conversation tags

  • Conversation type

  • Conversation subject

Satisfaction score (CSAT)

Use this filter to find conversations with good or bad ratings.

Related

Use this filter to find conversations in which one or more agents participated.

Related email

Use this filter to find conversations based on a specific email address.

Reviewee

Use this filter to check the conversations based on the agents who have for example already received a review.

Source type

Use this filter if you use both our app, the Browser Extension, and the custom integration (API).

Filers based on the date/time

Created date & Updated date

Use Created date to find conversations that were started by customers in a certain period of time. Updated date filter rule will show you all conversations that have had some actions on them (e.g. closed, new reply, new internal note).

Last reply date

Use this filter to find conversations based on the last time a reply was sent to your customer.

Rated date and Reviewed date

Use these filters to find conversations that were already reviewed but you want to go over them or you want to use them for Calibration.
Rated date = a conversation with or without a rating.

Reviewed date = a conversation with a rating or a comment.

Filters based on Klaus actions

Commented date

Use this filter to find a conversation that has already received a review or use it to check which conversations have received reviews in the last 24h for example.

Comment

You can use the comment filter if you need to find conversations that have already been rated and commented on in Klaus or if you want to check what kind of feedback are the users getting.

Comment hashtag

This filter comes in handy when you want to find only conversations where your users have left a hashtag, for example, if you want to save specific examples for your calibration or if you need to follow it up on a #1on1 with your user.

Highlight

Use this filter to find conversations you (or somebody else) decided to save within Klaus.

Rating category

Use this filter to find conversations that were (not) rated based on one of your Rating categories from your Scorecards.

Review status

Use this filter to find conversations that have or have not yet been reviewed. You can also specify if you want to see the reviews done by yourself or by other users.

Reviewed by

Use this filter if you want to check how your reviewers are doing, how many reviews have they done etc.

Review received

Use this filter to find only conversations which have either been reviewed or have not yet been reviewed.

Sentiment*

Use this filter to find conversations with positive or negative sentiment.

*Sentiment is available only on Professional or Advanced plan.

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