Our U.S.-based business (a travel company) has around 40+ digital lines and mainly relies on the RingCentral soft-phone desktop app rather than physical devices. As our call volume continues to grow, it was no longer feasible for one set of receptionists to answer all incoming calls. So we decided to implement an IVR menu to provide our customers with options as to who they need speak with. They are given 4 different options that direct them to both call queues and the dial-by-name directory. As this is a new system that we are trying out, we want to be able to generate reports showing how many callers choose each option within specified periods of time, including whether they choose no option at all and hang up after or during the prompt. At this time, RingCentral does not offer this feature in its "Reports" section. You can click on individual calls to see which queue the caller was connected to, but this is almost useless because we have more than one option that connects to the same call queue. It also doesn't show when callers choose the dial-by-name directory. Having this capability would be very beneficial to our company because we could analyze the data to determine which selections are being made more often, as well as when callers are not making selections at all. This sort of information would influence if we decide to continue using this options-based system or return to our original system of receptionists answering directly if the options system is confusing our customers or causing us to lose business. I am surprised that RingCentral does not already incorporate this feature in Reports because I'm sure many other businesses user IVR menus and would similarly like to have access to this sort of data.