• #31795
    Forcetalks

    What is an Escalation Rule in Salesforce?

    What is an escalation rule in Salesforce? How we setup escalation rule?

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    #31805
    Forcetalks

    Hello Avnish,

    Escalation rules automatically escalate cases when the case meets the criteria defined in the rule entry. You can create rule entries, which define criteria for escalating a case, and escalation actions, which define what happens when a case escalates.

    When Salesforce applies an escalation rule to a case, it inspects the case and compares the case to the criteria in the rule entry. If the case matches the criteria defined in the rule entry, Salesforce runs the escalation actions.Orgs typically use one escalation rule that consists of multiple rule entries.

    You can setup Escalation Rule by following  the steps :

    1. From Setup, enter Escalation Rules in the Quick Find box, then select Escalation Rules.
    2.  Create the escalation rule.
      a. Click New and name the rule. Specify whether you want this rule to be the active escalation rule.
      You can have only one active escalation rule at a time.
      b. Click Save.
    3. On the Case Escalation Rules page, select the rule that you want to work with.
      The rule detail page is displayed.
    4. Create the rule entries. Rule entries define the criteria used to escalate the case.
      a. In the Rule Entries section, click New. Specify Order in which rule entries are evaluated,criteria for escalating a  case,  how business hours affect when cases escalate, how escalation times are determined.
      b. Click Save.
      The Escalation Actions page is displayed.
    5. Define the escalation actions. Escalation actions specify when the case escalates and what happens when the case escalates. You can add up to five actions for each rule entry to escalate the case over increasing periods of time.
      a.  In the Escalation Actions section, click New. For each escalation action, you can:
      Specify when the case escalates: In the Age Over field, enter the number of hours after which a case escalates if it hasn’t been closed. You can enter the number of hours and either 0 minutes or 30 minutes. For example, 1 hour and 0 minutes or 1 hour and 30 minutes.
      Reassign the case to another user or queue, and select an email template that sends the new assignee (the new case owner) a notification email.
      Send notification emails to other users, the current case owner, or other recipients.
      b. Click Save.

    Thanks.

    #34593
    Salesforce | shariq shariq #1
    Forcetalks

    Hi,

    So escalation means – reassigning to another person at a higher level or the same level in cases where the case remains dormant for a given period of time and are not looked upon by any Support Representatives or in cases where the Support Representatives are not able to resolve it and hence may need to be escalated.

    Hope this helps.

    #34601
    Salesforce | Parul Parul #2
    Forcetalks

    When Salesforce applies an escalation rule to a case, it inspects the case and compares the case to the criteria in the rule entry.

    Create case escalation rules to escalate cases automatically if they are not resolved within a certain period of time.
    Typically, your organization will have one escalation rule that consists of multiple entries which specify exactly how the cases are escalated. For example, your standard case escalation rule could have two entries: Cases with Type set to Gold are escalated within two hours, and cases with Type set to Silver are escalated within eight hours.

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