There are a number of options within the settings of Enquiries that require a little attention before your Enquiries team can run like the well-oiled machine they are. These options are:
Inbound Email (IEM)
We'll go through these in more depth below.
Templates are set up via the Template Builder app. Simply use the “Load a template” drop-down to select which template you’d like to use. You can also change how you want the subject, reply name and email to appear.
Student CRM can send you and your colleagues an email notification, so you never miss an enquiry. The frequency of these notifications can be changed as you wish. All times are in GMT.
TIP: Find out more about notifications here: https://help.student-crm.com/en/articles/4397007-using-enquiry-notification-emails
Here you can set the different categories your Enquiries team might use. To add, simply click the Plus icon, give the category a name and check if it’s the Default Category, and add who should be notified of enquiries in this category.
Categories can be edited or deleted at any time, aside from the Default category. You can only delete a category that was Default if you’ve first reassigned the Default status.
Categories also power the Enquiries Categories field on a RAP form. If you need to edit this field, simply edit the categories list.
Here is where you’ll find your inbound email address. You can find out more about how you use this in this article: How do I forward an email into Enquiries?
This email address is set up by the system, so you don’t need to worry about setting it up. However, you do need to set how these emails are imported into Student CRM. If you use Microsoft products, you’ll likely use Outlook, so we recommend you select “Outlook Redirect”. However, if you find that prevents the CRM from importing your email, or you use a different method, then please select “Default”.
You can also add, edit and delete email addresses you’d like to ignore - such as spam content - by clicking the Plus icon to add, and the Pencil icon to edit/ delete.
Here you can set the reason an enquiry has been closed or deleted, and also which list the reason will show in. For example, you may want to have “Spam enquiry” in the Deleted list, or “Student is satisfied with our answer” in the Closed list.
To add a reason, simply click the Plus icon.
This is where you set up your Knowledgebase integration. You can learn more about how Enquiries works with Knowledgebase and Rapid Response in this article.
Learn how to integrate Knowledgebase with Enquiries in this article.
Here you can select which Consent Pack you want automatically added to all enquiries. Consent packs need to first be set up in Privacy Centre.