Save Agents Time and Improve Accuracy and Completion with Einstein Case Classification

Use Einstein Case Classification to recommend or populate picklist and checkbox field values for new cases based on past data. Display those recommendations to your agents in the Service Console in Lightning Experience and Saleseforce Classic. In Lightning Experience your agents view recommendations in the related record component.
Where: This change applies to Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic. Einstein for Agents is available for an extra fee in Lightning Experience in Enterprise and Unlimited editions. Setup for Einstein Case Classification is available only in Lightning Experience.


Einstein Case Classification is not available in the Salesforce Government Cloud.

How: Add the fields that you want to predict for your agents. Then build the predictive model. Einstein Case Classification analyzes the fields in your closed-case data to determine recommendations for these fields in new cases.Set up Case Classification

After you build the model, review the recommendations. For each field, you can choose to turn on Select Best Recommendation. This setting controls whether your agents must select the correct recommended value for the field or whether the best recommendation (if available) is selected for them.

Activate Einstein Case Classification to display recommendations to your agents.

In the Service Console, your agents see an alert that Einstein recommendations are available. To view the recommendations, agents click the alert. Einstein recommendations for your agents

Successful case classification relies on sufficient closed case volume. We recommend the following volume for cases created and closed in the past six months.
  • A minimum of 1000 cases but 10,000 or more is ideal for best performance.
  • A minimum of 100 closed cases that used each field and value that you want to predict for your agents.
  • Fewer than 100 values per field. If you have more than 100 possible values per field, model accuracy is reduced.