SOLVED: Press #1 for English: How2adapt the design of ur IVR

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  1. dx7

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    So I was wondering how people adapt the design of their IVR to accommodate "press #1", "Press #2", "Press #3" etc... when the system of extensions is set to work with more than one digit.

    "Press #100 for English, Press #200 for X" maybe?

    Maybe there could be a feature request to include the option of dynamically changing the amount of digits?
    Or to have the option of having a "single digit IVR" on one dedicated extension?

    I'm very amazed with 3CX by the way.
     
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    Re: Press #1 for English: How2adapt the design of your IVR

    Duh!

    I'm totally loosing respect for myself in the process though. I'm glad this is just a monologue with a few generously quiet witnesses!
     
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    Re: SOLVED: Press #1 for English: How2adapt the design of ur

    Digital receptionist. You can program redirect based on 1 digit.
     
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    Re: SOLVED: Press #1 for English: How2adapt the design of ur

    You may create a VAD application to do that. There you can ask for user input and then take the decission depending on what the user has entered.
     
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