- Tickets are automatically given a new, unique ticket ID number upon creation.
- Only customers flagged as having support may create new tickets, automatically managing which of your customers are and are not current with your support agreements.
- Tickets can be easily assigned or re-assigned to different groups or technicians.
- Both technicians and customers can add file attachments to tickets.
- Each ticket's complete history is viewable directly on the ticket form, allowing both technicians and customers to track the progress of a ticket.
- New tickets are automatically loaded into the technicians' ticket queue in real time with no need to refresh the page.
- Technicians can be alerted of all incoming tickets.
- Administrators can allow or deny the closing or re-opening of tickets.
- Administrators can view, edit and delete tickets from the administration console, including the ability to edit fields that are not editable by the technicians.
- Administrators can create rules for sending automated ticket notifications to multiple groups and technicians based on different criteria.
- Administrators can create rules for automatically assigning tickets to groups or technicians based on different criteria. These rules can also be easily arranged in order of priority over each other.
- Tickets can be automatically generated from incoming emails.
- Tickets can be locked while worked on to prevent another technician from updating the same ticket.
- Technicians can be alerted visually and audibly when a customer updates the ticket they are working on.
- Tickets can be exported to Excel directly from the technician interface with the click of a button.