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    Check out https://support.ringcentral.com/article/Set-up-Call-Queue-Pickup-Group.html for how to set up call queue pickup groups. When pickup members are also call queue agents, they can pick up multiple queue calls concurrently.The Call Queue Pickup feature allows any call queue pickup member to answer multiple queue calls concurrently. Here is a presentation showing all of the setup details and supported use cases and call flows. Please let us know if you have any questions. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1H1gaxrrboXCSjvifzIw8rRYGkHdQENN_oOu9W6P_4To/edit?usp=sharingThank you for providing additional feedback on your use cases. We've changed the status back to under review from implemented.
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    Update January 2024: This is now panned for Q2 2024


    Good news! We're planning to implement support for SIP cancel cause=200 "call answered elsewhere" for simultaneous ringing calls. Implementation of this SIP standard will prevent misleading missed call notifications from being reported when the simultaneous ringing call is answered by someone in the group. The feature is planned, but may not get delivered until Q1 2024. We will keep this post updated when we have a more specific date!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    RC Video's recordings currently max out at 720P. This is simply not acceptable for capturing video from screens from 20 years ago (1080P), let alone today (2160P). The 1080P max for live video and 720P max for recorded video is simply not sufficient, especially when capturing small details on screen, such as complex systems that have a lot of small text onscreen. Telling end users to change their resolution on their PC before presenting/recording is NOT a solution.