Every request sent to your support email becomes a ticket in your helpdesk.
You can easily categorize and prioritize tickets and assign them to the right people in your team.
The ticket status is very important ticket fields in Catchers Helpdesk paradigma as it helps you define your support process. It helps you manage the lifecycle of a customer request from the time it gets received in your system, to the moment where it gets closed by your team member.
By default, every ticket in Catchers Helpdesk can have one of 5 statuses:
This is the default status of a ticket when it is created in your helpdesk. And, they are probably the ones that need your attention. Every time a customer replies to a ticket that has a different status, it always moves back to open so that you can take a look at it again and fix any issues, if necessary.
When your agents are entirely sure that they have provided the right solution to a customer, they can send a reply to a customer and the status will be a change in Answered automatically.
A ticket can be moved into Not answered when an agent has replied to a ticket and received one more message from that user again. So it is an ongoing conversation which needs your attention.
A ticket can be moved into Pending when an agent has replied to a ticket and is waiting to get more contextual information from the customer or from technical staff. We are using that status for the review request.
A ticket gets closed when a customer confirms any satisfaction. If the ticket has been marked as closed, it will move back into open if the customer replies to it again.
We have ticket Auto-close option available at Productivity Add-on.
On the tickets list page you can see all tickets with the exception of closed tickets.
How to change ticket status
The Admin and Helpdesk manager can always change the status on the ticket page.