1 Overview The isupport software is a powerful and flexible help desk/desktop support solution used by San José State to manage information technology tickets, or incidents. While isupport has many tools to enable you to report, sort, and filter information, as well as design custom views so that it s suited to your particular work style, this guide will focus on the basics: opening, updating, and resolving tickets. Table of Contents Creating a New Incident... 2 Updating an Incident... 9 Responding to an Incident Suspending or Unsuspending an Incident Closing an Incident Reopening an Incident isupport Dashboard Tips and Tricks Quick Access Creating a Personalized Dashboard Adding a Quick Access icon to a Page Page 1
2 Creating a New Incident Tickets are called incidents in isupport. In many cases, incidents can be created automatically by the customer using custom-built forms or by ing their issue to the isupport address, but you, the representative, also have the ability to create incidents for your customers and add new customers to the system if they are not already created. This section will take you through the process of creating a new incident and adding a new customer. 1. Navigate to isupport ( 2. Log in using your sjsuad credentials. Your sjauad ID is sjsuad\ followed by your SJSU ID. Example: sjsuad\ Your password is your SJSUOne password. The isupport Home View page Note: If you have previously changed your view to a custom view, you will automatically be signed in with that view Page 2
3 3. Click the More (green arrow) icon. 4. Select Create Incident. The New Incident Ticket page 5. Click the Select Customer (Magnifying Glass) icon Page 3
4 The customer search box 6. Type any part of the customer s name, address, SJSU ID, or phone number to see a list of results. Click to select the customer. 7. If the customer does not appear in the search, you will need to add a new customer. Click the Advanced Search icon. Note: In your configuration, you can add a New Customer quick link to the Customer field. See the Configuration section of the guide for details. The Select Customer Advanced Search box 8. Click the Create New Customer link. The Search box updates with the New Customer form. 9. Enter the customer s information, including First Name, Last Name, Phone, and Enter the customer s SJSU ID in the Customer ID field. 11. Click the OK button Page 4
5 The New Incident window updates with the Customer information. 12. Select the Incident Priority: Low: Incidents for problems that have workarounds or do not stop work. Medium: Incidents that restrict some job functions. High: Incidents that stop work for at least one customer, or have urgent deadlines. Emergency: Reserved for failed systems that stop critical work for multiple customers. 13. Select the Incident Category. If you are not certain which category to use, select Other > Other Page 5
6 14. Select the Incident Assignee by clicking Assignee, typing any part of the assignee s name, and selecting the desired person or group. You can also click the Tree Selector to pick the assignee from a list. The Route comment box 15. If you wish to enter a comment for the person to whom you are assigning the ticket, you can do so here. This step is optional. 16. Click the OK button Page 6
7 The New Incident window updates with the Assignee information. 17. In the Description field, enter a detailed summary of the problem or request, including the steps that caused the problem and any error messages received. 18. Click the Custom icon. The Custom Fields pagelet 19. Enter any relevant information. Note: This step is optional. Many incidents will not require the information on this page. 20. Click the Others to Notify icon. The Others to Notify pagelet 21. If you wish to include any other assignees in the incident updates, click the Add link, and then select them from the list. 22. Click the Attachments icon Page 7
8 The Attachments pagelet 23. If you have attachments to add, such as screenshots, trace files, or scanned forms, click the Add button to select them from your hard drive or network location. Any added attachments should display in the list below. 24. Click the Save and Close icon to save the incident and automatically notify the customer and assignee Page 8
9 Updating an Incident It can be worthwhile to update isupport incidents if new information comes in or if you make progress on resolving the issue. isupport maintains the history of the work done on the problem, which can be helpful if you need to revisit the issue in the future, or if your incident is later transferred to another assignee. The isupport home page 1. If the incident you wish to update is assigned to you, select it from SJSU My Open Incidents and skip to step If the incident is not assigned to you, you can search for it using the views below. The default view is SJSU My Group s Incidents by Assignee, but you can change this view by clicking the dropdown menu. All Open Incidents will allow you to search every unresolved incident. 3. Type any part of the incident information in the Search box if you need to filter the results, such as the incident number, the name of the assignee, the customer, or any word in the description. You can filter search results even more by typing in additional search terms. If you need to reset your search, click Clear. 4. Click the Go button. 5. Select the incident to be updated Page 9
10 6. Update the Priority, Assignee, or Category as necessary. Explain any changes or updates to the incident in the Description field. 7. Update the Description field with any new information, including progress made on the problem, or new information from the customer. 8. Use the Custom, Others to Notify, and Attachment pagelets to add information as necessary. 9. Click the Save And Close icon to save the incident and automatically notify the assignee and customer Page 10
11 Responding to an Incident While it s simple to respond to an or telephone a customer about an issue, isupport contains a built-in response system that will allow you to contact all the people related to an incident at the same time and automatically update the incident history with the ed information. The isupport home page 1. If the incident to which you wish to respond is assigned to you, select it from SJSU My Open Incidents and skip to step If the incident is not assigned to you, you can search for it using the views below. The default view is SJSU My Group s Incidents by Assignee, but you can change this view by clicking the dropdown menu. All Open Incidents will allow you to search every unresolved incident. 3. Type any part of the incident information in the Search box if you need to filter the results, such as the incident number, the name of the assignee, the customer, or any word in the description. You can filter search results even more by typing in additional search terms. If you need to reset your search, click Clear. 4. Click the Go button. 5. Select the incident to which you wish to respond Page 11
12 6. Click the Send (envelope) icon. The Correspondence window 7. Under the Templates section, select SJSU Default Correspondence. 8. Click the Apply button Page 12
13 The template is applied to the correspondence. 9. Verify the To: address and add any other addresses you wish to send to. You can select CC Others to Notify to copy everyone on the Others to Notify pagelet. 10. The Subject will automatically include the Incident number. This should not be changed if you are ing from isupport-service. 11. Enter your response to the customer in the text field just above the Correspondence History. Note: Do not alter the Correspondence History or the Incident Description Fields. These will automatically populate. 12. Include any additional attachments using the Attach a File link. You can select Include Attachments if you wish to automatically append the attachments already listed on the incident s Attachments pagelet. Attached files appear in the correspondence header. 13. Click Send, and then close the incident window. Note: s are sent from the isupport-service address by default. You can change this by clicking the From drop-down menu and selecting your own address; however, replies will come to you instead of isupport, and the incident will not be updated automatically Page 13
14 Suspending or Unsuspending an Incident Suspending an incident can be useful when no further progress can be made on a problem or request for a time, such as pending a patch or upgrade. A suspended incident will no longer send reminders, nor will it escalate, until it is manually unsuspended again. Use caution when suspending an incident assigned to a queue instead of an individual, as they are more likely to be lost or overlooked. We recommend that you assign an incident to an individual before suspending it. The isupport home page 1. If the incident you wish to suspend or unsuspend is assigned to you, select it from SJSU My Open Incidents and skip to step If the incident is not assigned to you, you can search for it using the views below. The default view is SJSU My Group s Incidents by Assignee, but you can change this view by clicking the dropdown menu. All Open Incidents will allow you to search every unresolved incident Page 14
15 3. Type any part of the incident information in the Search box if you need to filter the results, such as the incident number, the name of the assignee, the customer, or any word in the description. You can filter search results even more by typing in additional search terms. If you need to reset your search, click Clear. 4. Click the Go button. 5. Select the incident to be suspended or unsuspended. The Incident window 6. Click the Status dropdown menu. Choose either the Suspend status to suspend the incident, or Open to unsuspend. 7. Update the Description with the reason for suspending or Unsuspending. 8. Click the Save And Close icon to save the incident and automatically notify the assignee and customer Page 15
16 Closing an Incident Once a problem or request has been resolved, closing the incident will remove it from your open incidents list and prevent it from sending further notifications. A meaningful resolution will help others who may need to research the issue at a future date. The isupport home page 1. If the incident you wish to close is assigned to you, select it from SJSU My Open Incidents and skip to step If the incident is not assigned to you, you can search for it using the views below. The default view is SJSU My Group s Incidents by Assignee, but you can change this view by clicking the dropdown menu. All Open Incidents will allow you to search every unresolved incident. 3. Type any part of the incident information in the Search box if you need to filter the results, such as the incident number, name of the assignee, the customer, or any word in the description. You can filter search results even more by typing in additional search terms. If you need to reset your search, click Clear. 4. Click the Go button. 5. Select the incident to be closed Page 16
17 6. Explain how you solved the problem or answered the request in the Resolution field. If you do not enter a resolution, you will be prompted for one when you attempt to save the closed incident. 7. Click the Status dropdown menu and select Closed. 8. Click the Save And Close icon to close the incident and automatically notify the assignee and customer Page 17
18 Reopening an Incident Occasionally a ticket will need to be reopened maybe the proposed solution didn t actually solve the problem, or maybe the problem was just a symptom of a larger issue. But for whatever reason, sometimes it is necessary to open the incident again. The isupport home page 1. Click the Views drop-down menu to select a view to search for the incident. Closed Incidents by Assignee is a useful view. Select the View you want to use. Note: You can also use the default view in the bottom window, SJSU My Group s Incidents by Assignee, but this will not restrict the search to closed incidents. 2. Type any part of the incident information in the Search box if you need to filter the results, such as the incident number, name of the assignee, the customer, or any word in the description. You can filter search results even more by typing in additional search terms. If you need to reset your search, click Clear. 3. Click the Go button. 4. Select the incident to be reopened. You may need to navigate the folders on the left side first Page 18
19 5. Click the Reopen icon. The window will reload with the Status changed to Reopened. 6. Explain why you re reopening the incident in the Description field. If necessary, update the Assignee, Priority, and Category. 7. Click the Save And Close icon to close the incident and automatically notify the assignee and customer Page 19
20 isupport Dashboard Tips and Tricks By default, isupport starts out with the default Home dashboard, which is standardized for all users across the campus. However, isupport is flexible and highly customizable. This section will describe the customization options available to you so that you can best suit the software to your own needs. Quick Access Quick Access is the toolbar at the bottom of your isupport dashboard. By default, it has only one icon: the green More arrow. But you can add other icons to your dashboard, making it easier to get to the features you use often. The isupport home page In this example, we will add a Create Incident icon to the Quick Access bar. 1. Click the More (green arrow) icon. 2. Click Preferences at the top right of the menu. The Preferences page Note: Although you see a password reset field here, your password is managed by SJSUAD. Attempting to change your password on this page will not work. 3. Click the Desktop Quick Access link Page 20
21 The Desktop Quick Access tab 4. Select the Incident icon and drag it from the Inactive Quick Access Items column to the Active one. 5. Click the Save button. The Create New Incident icon is now easily accessible from your quick access bar. You can repeat this for any other isupport function you use regularly, such as Customer, Headline, or Knowledge Entry Page 21
22 Creating a Personalized Dashboard The Home dashboard that you use by default may contain the most useful features, but perhaps the windows don t fit your screen, or perhaps there are other views that you use more regularly. You can create your own dashboard so that the software is best configured to your own preferred work style. In addition, you can add a Pin Board to track your most important issues. The isupport home page 1. Click the Create Dashboard (plus) icon. 2. Click the Add Personal button. The Create Dashboard dialog box 3. Type a name for your dashboard, and then click the Create button Page 22
23 Your new Dashboard This is a blank slate, ready for you to add components. You ll notice a new tab in the lower left, labeled +Components. 4. Click the +Components tab to see a list of component types you can add to the page. The Components Menu displays, including the following icons: Views: Searches that can help you find the data you need. Your Home dashboard contains two views: SJSU My Open Incidents and SJSU My Group s Incidents By Assignee. Charts: Visual displays of your data for example, a bar chart of all your incidents by priority. Global Search: Allows you to search all incidents, but will slow down your Dashboard refresh rate. News Feed: An updating list of headlines posted by isupport users. Pin Board: A dynamic box to which you can attach incidents you want to track Page 23
24 5. Click the Views icon, and then drag the view onto your dashboard, wherever you like. The View is now part of the dashboard. However, it doesn t fit the dashboard well yet. 6. Drag the edges of the window until you are satisfied with its dimensions Page 24
25 Now the View is placed and sized the way I prefer. But it still contains no data. 7. Click the Select a View drop-down menu. 8. Click the Shared Views folder. The Shared Views menu expands. 9. Select the Incidents folder. 10. Select All Open Incidents. The Dashboard updates with your new View. Now let s add a chart to the dashboard. 11. Click the Charts icon, and then drag the chart into place on your dashboard Page 25
26 12. Drag the edges of the Chart window until it is sized to your preference. 13. Click the Configure (gear) icon to choose the chart you want Page 26
27 The Configure dialog box 14. Click the Chart drop-down menu. 15. Click the Shared Charts folder. The Shared Charts menu expands. 16. Select the Incidents folder. 17. Select All Incidents by Month (Line Chart). 18. Click the Save button Page 27
28 The Dashboard updates with the new Chart. Next let s add the Global Search to the dashboard. 19. Click the Global Search (binoculars) icon in the Components Menu, and then drag it to your dashboard. 20. Drag the edges of the window until it is sized to your preference. Note: In the displayed example, I have closed the Components menu for better visibility. 21. Click the Configure (gear) icon to select your Global Search Page 28
29 The Configure menu 22. Select Incident. 23. Click the Save button Page 29
30 Your dashboard updates with the new Global Search. Note: Global Search slows down the refresh rate of your dashboard, meaning it may take several seconds for your data to appear. 24. If you have closed your Components Menu, reopen it. 25. Click the Pin Board icon, and then drag to your desktop Page 30
31 26. Drag the edges of the window until it is sized to your preference. The Dashboard now shows your Pin Board. By default, the Pin Board contains no data. Incidents can be manually attached to your Pin Board. 27. Select an incident you want to track Page 31
32 The Incident window 28. Click the Pin icon to attach the incident to your Pin Board. The Add To Pin Board dialog box 29. Select your Pin Board. 30. Click the Pin button. 31. Close the Incident window Page 32
33 The pinned incident appears in your Pin Board. You can click the X at any time to remove an incident from your Pin Board. Adding a Quick Access icon to a Page Within individual pages in isupport, you can add Quick Access icons to features that you use frequently. In the example below, we will add a Create New Customer icon to the Incident page. The isupport home page 1. Open any incident in isupport Page 33
34 The Incident window 2. Click the Open Quick Access Dialog icon. The Quick Access Configuration dialog box 3. Select Customer from the Incident tab Page 34
35 The Customer options expand. 4. Click and drag the Add Customer icon up into the Quick Access Bar. 5. Click the Close button. The new Add Customer quick access icon appears near the tabs at the top of the window. Now you have a shortcut to creating a new customer. There are many other ways to customize and reshape your isupport software so that it suits your work style and needs. We encourage you to experiment with them Page 35
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