enqueue

The enqueue command is used to place a caller in a queue.

{
	"verb": "enqueue",
	"name": "support",
	"actionHook": "/queue-action",
	"waitHook": "/queue-wait"
}

You can use the following options in the enqueue command:

option description required
name name of the queue yes
actionHook A webhook invoke when operation completes.
If a call is dequeued through the leave verb, the webook is immediately invoked.
If the call has been bridged to another party via the dequeue verb, then the webhook is invoked after both parties have disconnected.
If no webhook is provided, execution will continue with the next verb in the current application.
See below for specified request parameters.
no
waitHook A webhook to invoke while the caller is in queue. The only allowed verbs in the application returned from this webhook are say, play, pause, and leave,
See below for additional request parameters
no

The actionHook webhook will contain the following additional parameters:

  • queueSid: the unique identifier for the queue
  • queueResult: the completion reason:
    • 'hangup' - the call was abandoned while in queue
    • 'leave' - a leave verb caused the call to exit the queue
    • 'bridged' - a dequeue verb caused the call to be bridged to another call
    • 'error' - a system error of some kind occurred
  • queueTime - the number of seconds the call spent in queue

The waitHook webhook will contain the following additional parameters:

  • queueSid: the unique identifier for the queue
  • queuePosition: the current zero-based position in the queue
  • queueTime: the current number of seconds the call has spent in queue
  • queueSize: the current number of calls in the queue

YOu can also optionally receive queue webhook notifications any time a members joins or leaves a queue.

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