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- How to enable reminders and escalations
- Response SLA in ticket views
- Response SLA in dashboards and reports
How to set it up
- Go to Admin > Workflows > SLA Policies
- Because how fast you're required to respond to tickets depends on its priority, you can set-up a different SLA target for the different ticket priorities- urgent, high, medium and low
- Choose whether the SLA timer should be calculated based on Business or Calendar hours
- If you'd like to enable escalations when service levels are violated, make sure that the Escalation option is toggled on
- Click Save to finish setting up your SLA Policy
How to enable reminders and escalations
For a step-by-step guide on how to set-up reminders and escalations, head to this article.
- To enable notifications via email for response SLA violation, go to Admin > Workflows > Email Notifications and toggle on the Next response SLA reminder and violation.
- To enable desktop notifications, click on the bell icon on the top right of your screen then click on settings to have them enabled
Response SLA in ticket views
You can filter your ticket view based on the next response due time. Against every ticket, you'll find details on the next response due time.
Here's how it looks in the card view
Here's how it looks in the table view
Response SLA in Dashboards and reports
You can create widgets in a team dashboard and filter it based on the Response SLA. For details on how to create a dashboard, check the articles here.
Similarly, you can use the next response SLA metric while creating reports. For details on how to create a report, check the articles here.