It's time for April's Community Roundup!
The Zendesk Community is a busy place, so we've gathered up the month's best posts and discussions to make sure you don't miss anything!
Posts that need some love:
Here are some great questions from our users that could use a little more attention from our amazing community. If you have any suggestions feel free to jump in :)
- Software/Web App recommendations for keeping track of content (macros, dynamic content) - Katie Towne
Katie is looking for suggestions for tools to manage ongoing audits of macros and dynamic content outside of using spreadsheets.
- How do you deal with tickets about bugs in your software? - James Wilson
James is looking to improve their internal process when it comes to managing bug related tickets.
- Intelligent Swarming on Zendesk plus? - John Collman
John is curios if any other users have successfully set up a Swarm-like approach to handling tickets on a Support Plus plan.
Tips & Tricks
Tips & Tricks are custom workarounds or pieces of code shared by our Community Members. Here are new tips and great answers posted in the community this past month:
- Using Customer Journey idea to set up or scale your Zendesk - Andrei Kamarouski
Andrei tapped into his many years of Zendesk consulting experience to provide useful tips on improving Zendesk and the customer experience.
- Using Liquid Markup to A/B Test Your Triggers - Lance Conzett
Lance walks users through running A/B tests to test new Support workflows through the use of Liquid Markup and Triggers.
- Requiring a ticket attachment if a particular dropdown option is selected - Karen D Snyder
Karen shares her steps taken to require a ticket attachment if a certain drop-down option is selected on the Submit a request form.
Tips written by our members are the most viewed posts in the community!
If you've figured out a handy workflow, helpful Insights recipe, developed some custom code or have a unique solution you'd like to share, you can write a tip today! In addition to helping your fellow community members, you'll also get a thank-you gift from the Zendesk Community Team, and your tip will be featured in that month's community roundup.
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