Once a ticket is closed, it cannot be reopened. However, both the requester and you can create a follow-up request. This creates a new ticket that references the closed ticket and also pulls all of the original ticket data into the new ticket.
You can create a follow-up by using the steps described below. The requester can create a follow-up by accessing the ticket when logged into the Web portal and following a similar procedure.
To create a follow-up for a closed ticket
Locate the closed ticket that you want to create a follow-up for. You can do this by locating the requester first and then selecting one of their closed tickets, by searching for the ticket number, or by creating a view for closed tickets and locating the ticket there.
When you view a closed ticket, you'll see the option to create a follow-up ticket.
Click Create follow-up.
A new ticket is created that contains the same data as the original ticket.
Update the ticket data as needed and then click Submit to save the new ticket. The requester will receive an email notification for the new ticket. The new ticket is marked as a follow-up, as shown here: