I have a inconvenient problem. When I have a bigger list with open issues, I would like to be able to see if a customer updates one of those tickets so I don't have to open them all to see If they made the last update or I did.
I would like to propose a feature like the ones being used in mail applications. Where a new and unread mail is bold. Is this already possible or otherwise possible to implement in a new version of Jira ServiceDesk. This would give a much better overview on which ticket needs work.
So i was pondering this topic some more and looking back at the original question and your analogy to how mail systems so unread and thought I would take another shot at answering.
I don't think you are going to have any luck w/ the 'bold formatting' idea as a solution w/ Atlassian but I may be wrong here. The question is, in what views would they enable bold? I assume filtered lists, queues, etc. In any event I predict that will be a deadend or at least a Suggestion that will gather dust.
However, lets try to come up with a solution to the following user story...
As an Agent I want to be able to be able to quickly locate all Recently Updated by Customer issues and be able to acknowledge that I have reviewed the update. Once I acknowledge them I want them to disappear from the 'Recently Updated by Customer" list.
Assuming the above would work for you this could be achieved today.
I'm thinking that you could do the following:
You can then use the queue to review the updates and transition them to whatever state, e.g. Waiting Support. By doing so they disappear for the queue.
When you say list of "open" issues, are they all in the same status? What you could do is have a couple of different workflow steps/statuses. Use the automation to move the issue to the right status depending on who did the last comment.
THere is a custom field "last updated by" that can go into the issue navigator. But you need plugin jira toolkit.
@Susan Hauth We do have that plugin. But the problem is then I have to remember the time I made a comment myself in the ticket, and that for every ticket, only then I know when a customer made a comment in that ticket. It is though the way I'm doing it right now, but it is not ideal.
When i suggested searching for an open issue I was referring to Atlassian's project tracking site. Here is a link that will take you to the JSDCLOUD project. From there you can get to server if that is what you are using. You can search and create issues there.
...be more productive while being fun to use at the same time. For some, getting started can be a bit intimidating. This is especially true if Jira Service Desk is your first exposure to Atlassian...
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