A participant is someone who contributes towards a ticket on behalf of the customer. KB Support allows for an unlimited number of individuals to participate on a single ticket, and in keeping with our unique functionality of enabling guest customers to create and manage tickets, participants can also be guests as well as existing customers.
Sometimes a ticket needs input from multiple people in order to provide the assistance being requested, and with the Ticket Participants feature within KB Support, we provide the perfect solution.
Sometimes you know the ID or number of the ticket you need to work on, but finding it in the list of outstanding tickets can be time consuming. Especially, if there are a number of tickets outstanding in your queue.
With KBS, you can enter the post ID, or the number (if using sequential numbering) into the search field on the tickets list page prefixed with the
# character, and if a match is found, it will be displayed for you.
The WooCommerce extension for KB Support integrates your store with KB Support to provide a complete sales and support solution for you and your customers.
The following information will enable you to get up and running in the most optimal way for your website and store.
The Shorter URL's extension for KB Support provides a simple solution for displaying friendlier URL's within the customer and agent facing emails generated by KB Support.
Configuring the Shorter URL's extension is very simple. The following information provides an overview of the options available.
Don’t you find it annoying when the reply you’ve just received from a customer is added to the ticket but it also includes all previous emails that have been exchanged? Or that content their email client has added is also included?
Well with Email Support and its intelligent content trimming engine, you can choose to have it remove such needless information and just capture the content that was intended for you.
When the KBS Email Support extension connects to your mailbox, it does so using the standard IMAP flags. These include the mailbox server host name, the protocol to use (IMAP/POP3), the port number and the transport security.
However, from time to time, you may need to send additional flags in order to obtain a successful connection. This article describes how.