Backend ticket submission now in RSTickets!Pro rev. 4

in RSTickets!Pro on 02 Sep 2010 having 1

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We’ve been quite busy these days launching the new RSForm!Pro 1.3.0 , working on an important RSEvents! update and today, with the release of the new RSTickets!Pro revision.

RSTickets!Pro rev. 4 comes with fresh updates: improvements, minor bug fixes and new added features, some of them highly requested by our subscribers.


1. Backend ticket submission

Among other features from our TO DO list, we have chosen to include the ability to submit tickets directly from the backend.

Starting with rev. 4, the administrators and the staff members can submit tickets for a public user (a new account is created right after submission ) or on behalf of a registered user.

To submit a new ticket from the backend, head to Components >> RSTickets!Pro >> Manage Tickets >> click on the “New” icon from the right side of the panel.

2. Ability to force staff members to see only their own departments

Starting with rev. 4, we’ve made some changes regarding the tickets management: staff members will be able to see only their assigned departments.

Administrators will allow/restrict the access to other departments when adding/editing new staff members.

e.g. If a staff member belongs only to the Billing department, he won’t be able to see tickets from the Tech department or change the ticket department.

These changes are encountered in 2 RSTickets!Pro locations:

a. My tickets

The staff member will be able to view and answer only to tickets from his own departments.

Staff members can see only their departments

b. Editing a ticket

When modifying the ticket department, in the “Ticket Information” tab, the staff member will be able to select only his assigned departments.

edit tickets from the assigned department

3. Tickets can now be colored based on their priority level

To better distinguish tickets in backend, we’ve introduced the ability to assign a background and a text color to each priority, using a color panel.

To assign a priority color, head to Components >> RSTickets!Pro >> Ticket priorities >> Edit the priority >> Use the color panel to edit background and text color.

color tickets based on their priority level

How to update to RSTickets!Pro rev. 4?

Other improvements and fixes:

  • Updated - When only allowing registered users to submit a ticket, the user will be redirected to a login page
  • Updated - Color picker reports compatible with MooTools Upgrade
  • Added - Customers can now be redirected to a custom URL when submitting a ticket
  • Added - Ability to choose whether or not to include attachments in emails
  • Added - Ticket messages can now be sorted descending or ascending, by date
  • Fixed - Staff members validation bug
  • Fixed - Staff members permissions bug (replying)
  • Fixed - Custom fields not being ordered in ticket view
  • Fixed - Bug with listing articles in the backend
  • Fixed - "All categories" no longer appears as a category when editing articles
  • Fixed - Attachments are now sent with notifications email

You can find the entire changelog here.


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Joerg Truttenbach - 02.09.2010 (07:49:49)
Thanks!!!

Thanks to the RS-Team for this new Update!
Many cool features we've been waiting for are now implemented! Keep going on the good work.

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