Why are end users showing in my assignee filter on my dashboard?

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  • Francesco Mantovani
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    "Add a hidden filter to the dashboard" is the solution. 

    I don't see why adding also "Create a custom attribute"? Is just confusing. 

    I mean, thank you, I know know that I can use the "Standard Calculated Attribute" to filter the query but I can reach the same goal by adding the Filter > Assignee Role, which give the same result and is way less geeky. 

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  • Kristin Bouveng
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    Is there no way you can make this much easier and straight forward and do what Insights does, and automatically show only users that inherently have the ability to be an assignee (and in addition to that, also being able to switch between 'all' and 'valid', based on data and other filters already set up in the query).

    I can live with setting up complicated additional attributes for myself, but it's a nightmare to scale my team of Zendesk Admins to also learn these type of intricate processes. I end up doing everything myself instead, as we simply don't have the capacity to work like this. 

     

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  • Nicole - Community Manager
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    Thanks for sharing that feedback, Kristin. We'll ask the product managers to review your comment, and they'll follow up if they have any additional questions.

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  • Tejas Patil
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    Hi Nicole,

    The first workaround works as long as I am in Editor, as soon as I publish the Dashboard I see all the names.

    Any idea why this would be the case?

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  • Vincent Dollet
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    Hi Francesco Mantovani, Kristin Bouveng, thank you for reaching out. We are aware of this issue, which is due to the current data model. We have started discussing the importance to address it to make it simpler for you & your teams to only view agents and/or end-users when needed (without having to set hidden filters). I do understand your frustration and we will be looking into ways to address it. I unfortunately do not yet have an ETA.

    Hi Tejas Patil, can you please confirmed you added & pinned a bookmark of the "Assignee role" filter (which should only filter Admins & Agents)? If you have any issue, best would be to create a ticket so the team can assist you.

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  • Christopher Rehn
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    Is this really the only way? That seems like a difficult workaround for what isnt an issue with Insights.

    We switch because we are forced, and the purpose is to make things easier, and including end users in Assignee is a strange idea.

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  • Maggie St. Clair
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    As an employee for a software company, I am very familiar with the whole "working as designed" concept. We do, however, recognize that sometimes the way we designed it just isn't correct and therefore we have to correct it. When the name of the filter is called Assignee and the system only allows agents and admins to be assignees, it's time to step back and say "this is incorrect that we show ALL users". This really should have been caught in the QA process. I am not trying to be snarky, but at this point, it should be pretty clear that this was incorrectly designed and needs to be fixed.

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  • Vincent Dollet
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    Hi Maggie St. Clair, as I said - we are aware of the issue and will be addressing it. I unfortunately do not yet have a timeline for its resolution.

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