Is there an API we can use for the following endpoints:
What is needed:
Ability to add new user with the following required details:
FirstName, LastName, E-mail Address, Service Level (Pick list?)
Set option to confirm/not confirm e-mail as well as personal password information.
Ability to get new user object with the above details.
Ability to lookup and return phone object(s) by number/user
Ability to assign user object gotten from ManageUserSettings portal to phone object
Why it's needed:
Many companies today utilize API's to automate tasks done by humans. User provisioning is a big one, and apart of this is setting up phone lines for each user. Currently, if I need to assign a user to a phone, I have to manually go through Comcast's web portal, create a new user account, make sure that user confirms their e-mail, go to the admin portal, search for their phone, and add a new user to the phone. This process takes anywhere from five minutes to twenty depending on the speed of the Comcast site. With an API, a similar process could happen almost instantaniously, as well as reduce the latency on Comcasts web servers, since they are sending and receiving much less data. Thus, it would not only be beneficial to those working in Comcast business portal, but also beneficial to Comcast itself: the server traffic would lessen which makes a cheaper server bill, more users would be drawn to the service since they can utilize it alongside applications, and finally reduce the overall frustration of trying to do everything through the VoiceEdge web portal.
We can definitely check on this for you. I'm so sorry for the https://comca.st/2TWxYaB've reached the right place, and my goal is to change your experience. Can you please send me a private message with the last four of the account number and/or last statement balance, your full name, phone number, and service address including city, state, and zip code?
Can you reclarify what you mean "We can definitely check on this for you. I'm so sorry for the https://comca.st/2TWxYaB've reached the right place, and my goal is to change your experience."
It doesn't make sense to me as an answer to the request I proposed above.
Hey there! Thank you so much for your patience and for being a Voice Edge subscriber. My name is Gabriel and I am with the Comcast Digital Care team. I will be picking up the conversation for Robert. We offer our sincerest apologies for the confusion. I believe what my colleague meant to say is we can look into this for you and that we apologize for the inconvenience that is caused by the process we have for adding a new user to the phone number. As a customer myself, I understand that your time is valuable and we appreciate you for your time spent in reaching out to us with the API concern. After further research, I have discovered that we do not have the API option at this time. At Comcast, providing a superior customer experience is our priority, so I will make sure to pass along your feedback so we can better our customer experience. We are very grateful for your feedback. Do you have any additional questions or concerns for me this evening?