Metrics and attributes for Zendesk Support

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  • Elaine
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hi Justin,

    There is currently no way to create a report on the content of a comment within a ticket may it be public or internal.

    The ticket comment data is not synced into Explore and this was intentionally designed to optimize the performance consistency and scalability of Explore for all of our customers.

    The workaround I can think of is for you to copy the keyword/keyphrase from a ticket comment, paste it into a custom ticket field (this could be a Text (single line) type or a Multi-line type of custom ticket field), and create a report on this custom ticket field in Explore.

    Hope this helps! Stay safe! (:

  • Ravindra Singh

    Howcome these can be more than 100%, full resolution time is always greater than agent wait time right?



    Please assist


  • Dane
    Zendesk Engineering
    I have noticed that this concern has already been raised through Messaging and one of our support team is already looking into it and is waiting for your response.
  • CJ Johnson

    I am pretty sure that the metric for Update Country is not functional. 
    This is what the formula shows; 
    REGEXP_EXTRACT([Update country and region],"[^, ][\w\.\-'ç\(\)\/) ]+$|Congo|Iran|Korea, Republic of|Macedonia|Palestinian Territory|Taiwan|Tanzania|Virgin Islands, U.S.|Virgin Islands, British")

    That returns nothing, 100% of the time. Update country and region, returns just fine, so it definitely seems like a formula problem. 

  • Inbal Ketzef

    hi trying to create a query combined of both history updates (i.e tickets that were assigned from one group to another) and other attributes (mainly status and tags) - how do I do that?

  • CJ Johnson

    Inbal Ketzef Unfortunately, it's likely you cannot. The updates dataset was not set up to track when tags were added during an update. If the tag was added by a field being set, you might be able to achieve your goal with the Updates set by using those fields and values, but if it was something like a tag being added from a macro, there's nothing you can do to track that update.  There is a recipe for just tracking group changes here: that might get you part of the way to where you want to go. 

    Here's the feature request to add tag updates tracking to Explore reporting:

  • Jon Durlauf

    Is there an attribute for email support addresses?

    We have a large amount of email support addresses setup on our instance (all with a domain). In an effort to clean-up and pair-down these addresses, we would like to create a query to see how many emails are being sent to each support address. Any ideas on how to create a query like that?

  • CJ Johnson

    Jon Durlauf there's not a way to do that, unfortunately. You can upvote the request for this feature here though:

  • Jon Durlauf

    Thank you, CJ Johnson! Just added my vote. 

  • Ulises - Bring IT


    How can I obtain a report with the number registered under the User profile? I am unable to locate this option in the Support dataset.

  • Marco Malbas
    Zendesk Customer Care
    Hi Ulises, thanks for your question. There would be no way to create a report with Explore at the moment just with the user and their number. But I would suggest posting this as a feature request:
    You may also want to look into exporting a list of users. Though a full User XML export will export only primary numbers. You may check this article here for more information.
    Hope this helps! Cheers! 
  • Megan Machado

    I'm trying to get a definitive SLA% achieved daily, but the support dash uses DCount of SLA tickets in the calculation so I often find our SLA% change after the fact. Does anyone else have this problem? I plan to be using % Achieved SLA target as advised by zd support since it pulls from the ticket's history and should not be a changing value. 

    However, I'm still a little confused as to which time filter I should be using. I thought it would make sense to be straightforward and use Ticket created - Date since we only care for First Reply time, but I'm starting to think I should use SLA Update - Date. Anyone able to point out exactly what I'll be missing if I use one or the other?

  • Dainne Lucena
    Zendesk Customer Care

    Hi Megan Machado!

    I'm a bit confused about your inquiry involving D_COUNT & SLA tickets since D_COUNT is only meant to count specific values.

    But for your statement regarding the time filter, this would depend on your use case.

    Ticket created date - If you want a filter for your report on when the ticket was created. For example, if you set it for this month, it would only calculate the SLA % of tickets created for that month. 

    SLA update date - This would NOT depend on the ticket creation date. If you set it for this month, it would only show updates within the month regardless of when the ticket was created. 

    Hope this helps.

  • CaSonya Featherston

    In the updates dataset, is there a way to calculate the min/hrs between updates from an agent?

  • Sigmund Domingo

    What is the difference between the Updates History attributes:

    "Update - Minute"


    "Ticket updated - Minute"

    I am trying to create a calculated attribute that would combine the hour and minute attributes as we have no native 15-minute interval attribute. However, I do not know which of these two Minute attributes to combine with the Hour ordered attribute I have created.



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