Tickets refer to the post-sales enquiries from your customers. You can easily create and communicate with your customers and then close it once the solution is derived.
Adding new tickets
You can create new tickets in different ways,
- Adding Tickets info Manually
- Click on the + Add Ticket button in the List View.
- Add the appropriate details
- Finally, click on Save.
- Using Quick Create Button
- It lets you quickly add Ticket info from anywhere in Joforce CRM.
- Click on the + icon in the top Quick Actions Menu bar
- Choose Ticket from the drop-down
- In the Quick Create Ticket popup, add the related information
- Once done, hit Save
- You can also access the complete Ticket Form right from here by clicking on Go to full form.
- Importing Tickets from Existing Files
- You can get all your existing Ticket information from different sources inside Joforce CRM. Gather the list of all your Ticket information from different sources and convert it into a CSV file and import it all in one in just a click.
- Converting Email into Ticket
- With the Mail convertor option, you can configure the scanning process of your incoming emails and automatically create tickets in Joforce CRM.
Default ticket fields
By default Joforce CRM offers you a List of fields, to add the ticket-related information into Joforce CRM.
You can easily add custom fields to your ticket module to add more information.
Default ticket views
By default, Joforce CRM renders you with 2 views,
- Open Tickets
- High Priority Tickets
You can also create custom views for your tickets to filter out the specific information from the whole stack of information.
Managing records in the Tickets module
Common action performed
- Click on a List text box at the top → click on Create New option beside the LISTS to create custom filters.
- Click on Import → To import all your existing ticket information
- Click on More
- Fields & Layout → To configure the module fields and customize the field layouts. Module Layouts & Fields
- Workflows → To add workflows related to your Task and Events.
- Picklists Values → To modify the picklist values
- Numbering → To create custom numbering for records
- Setup Webforms → To automate the capture of prospect info into Joforce CRM
- Mail Converter → To automate the process of converting the email into Tickets.
- Find Duplicates → To find duplicate in the module
- Merge selected records → To merge the records
- Export → To export the data to an external source
Action performed in the list view
- Click on the Search icon → To search for records in that module
- Click on the Box icon → To alter the header menu
- Double click on the menu → To sort the menu.
- Bulk Actions on multiple records → Select the desired records → click on the drop-down menu at the top
- Send Email → To send an email to your prospects
- Follow – To keep track of a record
- Unfollow – Disable when you no longer need to keep track of a ticket
- Add Tag → To add a different tag for the selected records
- Edit → To edit the selected records on the whole (Mass Edit)
- Delete → To Delete the selected records(bulk deletion)
- Comment → To add comments to a selected record
Actions done on a single record
- Enable the STAR icon to follow(keep track of) a document. Disable it to unfollow.
- Click on the drop-down in the right corner of each record
- Details → Navigate to the detailed view of the record
- Edit → To edit the record
- Delete → To delete the selected record
- Click on the Eye icon in the right corner of each record → To get a quick view of your record info without navigating to the detail view
Action performed in the detail view
- Click on Add Tag below the ticket icon→ To add tag
- Click on Follow – To keep track of a Ticket
- Click on Edit → To edit the record
- Click on Send Email → To send email to your prospects
- Click on More
- Delete → To delete the record information
- Duplicate → To replicate the already existing record to create a new one.
View/ addition of other module records related to the particular Ticket
You can easily view/ add the other module records related to a specific ticket.
- Go to the detailed view of the particular record
- Click on the appropriate module icon. It displays all the related records.
- You can also relate a new record either
- By selecting from the already existing records
- By adding a new record to that module
The list of modules included are
- Activities, Documents, Services, and Projects.