You could use Issue Collector to log Jira issues directly through your site, but if you want to use the features of Service Desk then you will need to link or embed your Customer Portal into your site. You could use an iFrame to embed it directly in your site if you don't want to link it.
In this case your users will still need to login to submit the issue.
Let us know if you have any questions.
An iFrame simply loads a website from an external site. You would embed the issue collector on your own website and users could submit through there. An issue collector doesn't require any login details.
What is an 'issue collector'?
The issue collector allows you to easily embed a JIRA feedback form into your own web site. This form is typically accessed by clicking a 'trigger' tab exposed along the edge of pages in your web site.
When used by people visiting your web site click this trigger tab and submit the resulting JIRA feedback form, an issue is conveniently created in JIRA.
Visitors to your web site do not require a user account in JIRA to use the JIRA feedback form.
Let me know if you have any questions!
I have the same problem. We already have a Support Centre, with downloads, manuals and trainnings, and we would like to integrate the Service Desk features in the same support centre without force the customer to login again. That would be a great feature very usefull for a big number of companies.
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