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Best Practices for Co-browsing During Chat Interactions

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edited Jun 29, 2015 8:20PM in Communication Channels

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When a customer is having trouble finding or doing something online, such as completing a purchase or utilizing self-service tools, it can often be easier for an agent to help him if he can see the customer's screen in real-time in order to understand the problem and guide the customer through to a resolution. Co-browsing technology makes this possible by creating a screen sharing experience that's extremely fast to launch, universally compatible and built for customer privacy and security. Co-browse can be used during both voice and chat interactions, enabling agents to provide faster and more accurate help in the

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