Future feature


#1

In evaluating a few of the ticketing systems out there, they all paled in
comparison to RT. I did come across one feature though in one of them that I
though was pretty nice idea. I figured I would bounce it around. When a
ticket is generated, e-mail the requestor with a randomly generated password
and a link that they can follow and view their ticket including the status
and comments. Any thoughts?

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#2

nod
The only part of that which is currently missing from RT is a scrip to
email the new requestor their password. We have the requestor ui at /SelfService
and we even have code in User.pm to generate a random pronouncable password.On Mon, May 21, 2001 at 05:56:13PM -0400, Eric Mandel wrote:

In evaluating a few of the ticketing systems out there, they all paled in
comparison to RT. I did come across one feature though in one of them that I
though was pretty nice idea. I figured I would bounce it around. When a
ticket is generated, e-mail the requestor with a randomly generated password
and a link that they can follow and view their ticket including the status
and comments. Any thoughts?

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WorldNow
(646) 435-5395 Direct
(646) 772-6161 Cell

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#3

Sounds good to me. I know not everyone would ne crazy about client’s seeing the comments, but it’s the sort of thing a lot of companies would sell as part of the service. And since the requestor will already have a DB user entry, it won’t increase the size any. I remember being impressed by Xircom’s support site, as I could log in and view the ticket’s history, so I could see that while they weren’t getting back to me, things were happening. Good one for the wishlist.

-Feargal.

_/_/_/ _/_/_/  _/_/_/  Feargal Reilly,

_/ _/ / / Systems Administrator,
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 In evaluating a few of the ticketing systems out there, they all paled in
 comparison to RT. I did come across one feature though in one of them that
  I
 though was pretty nice idea. I figured I would bounce it around. When a
 ticket is generated, e-mail the requestor with a randomly generated passwo
 rd
 and a link that they can follow and view their ticket including the status
 and comments. Any thoughts?
 
 Eric Mandel
 WorldNow
 (646) 435-5395 Direct
 (646) 772-6161 Cell
 
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#4

Actually, whether or not an end-user can see the comments depends solely
on whether you grant ‘requestor’ or ‘everyone’ the right to See Comments.
This all falls into the ‘site configurable’ bucket :)On Mon, May 21, 2001 at 10:11:48PM +0000, Feargal Reilly wrote:

Sounds good to me. I know not everyone would ne crazy about client’s seeing the comments, but it’s the sort of thing a lot of companies would sell as part of the service. And since the requestor will already have a DB user entry, it won’t increase the size any. I remember being impressed by Xircom’s support site, as I could log in and view the ticket’s history, so I could see that while they weren’t getting back to me, things were happening. Good one for the wishlist.

-Feargal.

_/_/_/ _/_/_/  _/_/_/  Feargal Reilly,

_/ _/ / / Systems Administrator,
/ / //// The Communications Interactive Agency.
//
/ //
/ _/ _/ Phone: +353-86-8732249.

 In evaluating a few of the ticketing systems out there, they all paled in
 comparison to RT. I did come across one feature though in one of them that
  I
 though was pretty nice idea. I figured I would bounce it around. When a
 ticket is generated, e-mail the requestor with a randomly generated passwo
 rd
 and a link that they can follow and view their ticket including the status
 and comments. Any thoughts?
 
 Eric Mandel
 WorldNow
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 (646) 772-6161 Cell
 
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