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Pincode for incoming call routing

I can't find it in the documentation, so it seems this isn't a feature at the time of writing, but is there a solution to configure a pincode in the incoming call routing?

Use case is that only customers that know the pincode are allowed to get someone on the phone.

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Nick H Atlassian Team Oct 13, 2021

Hi @Junni ,

Opsgenie's Incoming Call integration does not have a pincode feature at this time.

Having said that, we do have an auto attendant feature that could act as a decent workaround and fit the use case:

You could configure a "pincode" or key into the auto attendant keys, and share this with your customers so it acts like a pincode in order connect with a live Opsgenie user:


I would share the "pincode" or 1234 (above) with my customers. They'd need to enter that when prompted to be connected with a live caller.

Hope that helps! Let us know if you have any other questions

Thanks a lot Nick! That's a nice solutions indeed.

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