Insights: One-touch tickets Follow

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    Kim Lake

    Hi we want to dive further into this and establish one-touch tickets by agent? 

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    James Green

    Hi,

    Do requesters' comments count against one-touch? For example:

    • A customer adds a comment before an agent gets to the ticket
    • A customer replies "Thank you" and an agent re-solves the ticket without adding another reply
    • Internal notes

    Thanks!

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    Jessie - Community Manager

    Hey Kim!

    I'm no Insights expert, but you might be able to add that as a Filter on the report. Have you checked that?

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    Jessie - Community Manager

    Hey James! I'm not totally sure about that, so I'm going to find someone who can answer!

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    Nhia Lor

    Hey James,

    Our one-touch metric is built around the "Ticket Replies" fact which is only tracks the public agent replies.  So the Therefore below are some clarifications to your questions.

    A customer adds a comment before an agent gets to the ticket

    • Requester comments prior to the agent making the public comment count against the one-touch metric.

    A customer replies "Thank you" and an agent re-solves the ticket without adding another reply

    • As long as the agent solves it without a second public reply it will not count against the one-touch metric.

    Internal notes

    • Internal notes will never count against the one-touch metric.

     

    So to help summarize, the one-touch ticket is only measuring tickets that have one public agent comment.

    Hopefully this helps you further towards understanding how this metric functions!

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    George Ntatianidis

    Hello,

    My agents use the Pending status instead of solving the ticket when they expect a second reply from the customer in order not to avoid prevent the 'One-touch' metric to be affected from their potential second reply. Is that a good practice? Lately, this metric has dropped so we are trying to understand the reason and find the best practice.

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    Jessie - Community Manager

    Hi George! Welcome to the Community!

    I can't really speak to it in the context of FRT, but in general it is a best practice to put a ticket in Pending when you're expecting a response from your customer, to avoid the pitfall of the customer getting upset because they didn't get the answer they needed and keep the lines of communication open.

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    Casey Shaeffer

    I'd like to see a report listing what the one touch tickets are.  We are not fully trusting the one touch% metric so I want to validate it by actually looking at the list of tickets classified as one-touch.  

     

    Help please!

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    Jacob J Christensen

    Hi Casey,

    You could get a list of one-touch tickets, like the one in the screenshot below, by doing the following:

    WHAT: # Ticket updates

    HOW: Ticket ID and Ticket subject

    FILTER: Numeric range filter with Ticket Id as attribute and One-Touch Tickets as metric. (The date filter I have was just to limit the results).

    As I understand the One-Touch Tickets metric it includes tickets with one (or less) public comments (and the ticket description doesn't count). As you can see above, we have tickets with multiple updates that still count as one-touch tickets.
    Clicking the ticket Id in the table opens the corresponding ticket in Zendesk Support, so it should be easy to check what is what.

    Hope that helps you out.

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    Leigh Cohen

    I may have edited the default metric for one touch tickets. Does the original metric for # One touch Tickets use

    # Tickets Solved or

    # Solved Tickets

     

    Mine is set at # Solved Tickets. I have to look up the definitions for each of these every time I try to work on anything that involves solved tickets!

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