For a user to be automatically added to an organization when adding a domain mapping, they must have a verified email address. This occurs when an end-user completes the verification process by following the link in the verification email sent from Zendesk.
If your customer is verified and was still not added, open the user's profile and make a small update to the user. For example, add a space after their name and then remove it. The organization is then added to that user. This is required when an agent or admin manually verifies the end-user's email address.
If your customer is still not added after a profile update you can temporarily remove the organization's domain or domains. Removing the domain, refreshing your page, and adding back the domain will force the mapping.
For more information, see this article: Verifying an end user's email address.
Hello Greg and thank you for this post.
I'm facing a case when I got more than 200 new users who belong to an existing organisation but who are not automatically linked. I have to force the mapping each time and it's time-consuming as hell !
Is there any way to do a "bulk" force mapping. Like a reset button where th a mapping will be forced for all the users?
If not, is there any other way than the domain to link automatically the user with an organisation?
Thank you for your help !
I hope all is well! Due to the reasons described above, if the user is not verified, there will not be another option to force or bulk force the organization's assignment. The best workaround at the moment is still the one presented above.
I hope this can help!
Hi, I'm facing this issue as well. We have ~15,000 end users and ~100 organisations. As we are a B2B service, our end users are employees working at our corporate customers. I bulk uploaded organisations with domains attached and it seemed to work, but in Zendesk Explore a lot of organisations and tickets are not showing.
Is it really true that all end users need to verify for me to be able to report on eg. tickets per corporate customer? I can't believe that to be true.
Our support teams are divided by the type of client they support.
I was hoping the domain mapping on the organisation would be a perfect solution for this, however this fails if the email is unverified.
I have to retrospectively bulk verify users via API and daily verify any new users manually.
Is there not a way I can push verification emails for all unverified users?
Explore, will show all the tickets created under the user that belongs to an organization, if the end user email address is not yet verified, this will not affect the reporting side of things.
What will happen is if you have new end users added, and you want to report on tickets created before they were mapped to an ORG. Those tickets do not have an organization linked to them, so they will not show in the report. Unfortunately, closed tickets can not be updated.
As long as the ticket is linked to the org, you will be able to report. When mapping end users to orgs via domain. Only, new tickets created will be mapped in the system.
For more information, please visit: Explore recipe: Displaying organizations with no tickets the null value, shows all tickets without org, then you can filter by email address to see those tickets.
I hope it helps!
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