Service level agreement (SLA) plans, you can define guarantee response times for individual users, departments and/or priority levels. Due times are automatically calculated based on your work timetable and are used to organise the list of tickets.
If a ticket response becomes overdue under a SLA plan, actions can be set up to automatically assign the ticket to a specific member of staff, move it to another department, and change the ticket status. Users can also be notified when their ticket has been escalated20 votes
This will allow you to customize the print layout of the ticket. For example if you only what some things to print but not others like IP ADDRESS or only TICKET demo but not NOTES or REPLIES from ticket history etc.
This will allow the ticket to be printed with only the data you would want to be printed for the ticket. Of course only if the paper is needed since we are trying to be paperless but sometimes not everyone needs to access to the system to view the ticket information in detail like the techs have.13 votes
A better print page will be planned for either 2.7.0 or 2.8.0.
As a helpdesk staff, I can have my avatar displayed next to my messages in the help desk. Additionally, having Gravatar support will allow me to use my Gravatar image.10 votes
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After a certain amount of days the ticket system sends out a reminder to the customer. In the settings you could adjust the amount of days.10 votes
LDAP authentication to allow linking HESK with LDAP/Active Directory.
It would be useful to link administrator logins to active directory to allow needing to only manage one account.
It would also be useful when creating tickets on behlf of clients if HESK could auto-complete email/name fields with data found in Active Directory.7 votes
The current editor requires you to upload the image separately, then link to it. Since Hesk already allows attachments on posts, having a way to link to those images in the text editor would be nice. Even better, would be to add a browse and upload function in the image portion of the editor.6 votes
Mods for HESK will either switch to Summernote or the most recent version of TinyMCE. Both of these libraries can support inline images.
I manually swapped out css/bootstrap.css with Bootswatch Paper (to match the theme of the software I'm supporting with Hesk) and replaced bootstrap-theme.css with an empty file. It looks great, but a dropdown theme option would be awesome.
Here's a link to my themed Hesk: https://support.netsyms.com6 votes
An option to choose a bootswatch theme (instead of modifying the colors of the default bootstrap theme) are planned for 3.4.0.
TinyMCE (at least the version and theme included) looks terrible in the otherwise modern design. Summernote (http://summernote.org/) is a drop-in replacement that looks a lot sexier, and is designed for use in Bootstrap sites.5 votes
Either an updated version of TinyMCE or Summernote will be included in a future Mods for HESK release.
I would like to be able to give access to a customer without him or her being able to view the knowledgebase4 votes
I’ll add a “Can View Knowledgebase” permission in a future release that should solve your issue.
Adding a custom nav dropdown will be added in a future version of Mods for HESK.
The lib can be found here: https://github.com/pnellesen/JSPHPLog1 vote
JS logging will come at some point… not 100% sure I will use JSNLog or another solution.
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