Issue is an incoming query from your Customer, usually via email or
from the “Contact” section of your website. (To fully integrate the Support
Ticket to email, see the Email Settings section).
Tip: A dedicated support Email Address is a good way to integrate incoming
queries via email. For example, you can send support queries to ERPNext at
email@example.com and it will automatically create a Issue in the
Support > Issue > New Issue
Service Level Agreement
- If Service Level Agreements are enabled, you can track it in Issues.
- Every Issue will have a Time to Response and Time to Resolve within which you have to Respond and Resolve the Issue.
- You can change Priority in order to escalate the priority of the Issue. The priorities need to be specified in the Service Level Agreement.
- If by any chance you feel like resetting Service Level Agreement, you can do so by clicking on the 'Reset Service Level Agreement' button in Issues shown as follows:
- When a new email is fetched from your mailbox, a new Issue record is
created and an automatic reply is sent to the sender indicating the Support
- The sender can send additional information to this email.
subsequent emails containing this Issue number in the subject will be
added to this Issue thread.
- The sender can also add attachments to
Issue maintains all the emails which are sent back and forth against
this issue in the system so that you can track what transpired between the
sender and the person responding.
- When a new Issue is created, its status is “Open”, when it is
replied, its status becomes “Waiting for Reply”.
- If the sender replies back
its status again becomes “Open”.
- You can either “Close” the Issue manually by clicking on “Close
Ticket” in the toolbar or if its status is “Waiting For Reply” .
- If the sender
does not reply in 7 days, then the Issue closes automatically.
- You can allocate the Issue by using the “Assign To” feature in the
left sidebar. This will add a new To Do to the user and also send a message
indicating that this Issue is allocated.
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