The InsideSales.com Click-to-Call panel does have the functionality to work on the Salesforce Lightning Experience. Below are the steps that you will need to take within Salesforce to bring this function to your users.
You will need to have the Lighting Experience turned on for your org.
- Lighting Experience
- Scroll down to the bottom and find the Lightning Experience option.
- Switch this to Enabled if not done already
Make sure you are in the Lightning Experience for the reset of this setup process. You can flip to Lightning by clicking on your username in the top right and then click on the 'Switch to Lightning Experience' option.
You will need to have OpenCTI for Lighting enabled for the panel to work.
- Navigate to Setup
- App Manger
Click the down arrow on the right to edit the app the app you are on. (These apps control how records are viewed and presented to users while navigating through the interface. Typically customers prefer to use the Sales App marked as Lightning but can vary depending on what interface in Salesforce you are using. Adding the Click-to-Call can be accomplished by adding a new Lightning App as well.)
Note: The Sales and the Sales Console apps are separate, different apps. Make sure that the app you enabled the Click-to-Call on and the app you then launch to test it on are the same app.
Go to the Utility Bar page for that App and add the OpenCTI Softphone item
You will now need to change your call center to the InsideSales.com Click to Call Lighting Call Center
- Go to Setup
- Manage Users
- Click 'Edit' next to
- In the Call Center field, select the InsideSales.com | Click-to-Call Lighting call center
- Have rep log out and log back in again
Note: Reps will not be able to switch between Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience without modifying the Call Center to the appropriate selection
If you have set it up correctly, there will be a Phone button in the bottom left corner of the page that you can click to access the Click-to-Call panel.
Q. Are you able to move the location of the panel to the right side of the window?
A. Salesforce has limited the location of the call center to the utility bar on the bottom.
Q. Are you able to adjust the size of the panel?
A. The panel has been coded to the max size allowed.