The table below describes the actions available when creating macros for your support tickets.
Using macros, you can set ticket properties, add or modify tags, and add comments. Select an action using the drop-down menu, then select or enter specifics in the associated drop-down menu or text entry box.
|Set subject||You can use this action to replace the ticket's current subject.|
The ticket status can be set to the following:
Open indicates that the ticket has been assigned to an agent.
Pending indicates that the requester has been asked for information and the ticket is therefore is on hold until that information has been received.
On-hold means that the support request is awaiting a resolution from a third party, someone who is not a member of your support staff and does not have an agent account. This status is optional and must be added (see Adding the On-hold ticket status to Zendesk Support in the Administrator Guide).Solved indicates that the customer's issue has been resolved. Tickets remain solved until they are closed.
|Form||Your ticket forms are available as actions. Select a specific form.|
|Priority||The priority can be set to Low, Normal, High or Urgent.|
The type can be set to the following:
Incident indicates that there is more than one occurrence of the same problem. When this occurs, one ticket is set to Problem and the other tickets that are reporting the same problem are set to Incident and linked to the problem ticket.
Problem is a support issue that needs to be resolved.
Task is used by the Support agents to track various tasks.Note: It's currently not possible to link incident tickets to problem tickets or set task due dates using the task action in macros.
You can set groups to any of the following:
(—) is used to unassign a group (if one has already been assigned)
(current user’s groups) is the group to which the agent who is updating the ticket belongs. If the user belongs to multiple groups, the macro makes a series of checks to determine which group should be used. Group priority is determined as follows:
You can set assignee to any of the following:
(—) is used to set assignee to no one (unassigned)
(current user) is the last person to have updated the ticket, which is not necessarily the same person who is assigned to the ticket. The current user (whoever updated the ticket last) changes whenever the ticket is updated.Assignee name is the actual name of the person assigned to the ticket.
|Set tags||The tags you want to insert into the ticket. The set tag action deletes all tags currently applied to the ticket, or associated with any ticket fields, and replaces them. Tags must be separated with spaces. Multi-word tags must be joined with an underscore (for example, about_sales).|
|Add tags||The tags you want to add to the existing list of tags (if any). Tags must be separated with spaces. Multi-word tags must be joined with an underscore (for example, about_sales).|
|Remove tags||The tags that you want removed from the existing list of tags contained in the ticket (if any). Tags must be separated with spaces.|
|Comment/description||The text of ticket comment, and email notification.|
|Comment mode||Public or Private. Only agents can view private comments.|
|Side conversation||Use this action to start side conversations and ensure that key information is included automatically when conversations are started. See Using macros to start side conversations (add-on).|
|Custom fields||Custom fields that set tags (drop-down list and checkbox) are available as actions. You can select the drop-down list values and Yes or No for checkboxes.|
|Add CC||You can use this action to automatically copy a specific agent to the ticket or the (current user). You cannot use this action to copy an end-user.|