Currently I have difficulty finding tickets that have not yet been answered by the support team, check and I realized that thismcondition is not a simple filter but an advanced filter. If someone has already done it and can send it to me I would be very grateful.
Hi Gabriel, that depends on how you define "been answered". Does that mean responded to the customer or does that mean resolved? Generally this is done via the underlying SLAs. For example Time to First Response (TTFR) and Time to Resolution (TTR). If not using SLAs then maybe this can be defined by the Statuses? Can you convey more here?
Thanks for the answer!!
Yeah, I work with SLAs for first response and resolution time. My first idea was a query that identified that the ticket has not yet had any response to the customer. But you gave a good idea.
Perhaps the best solution would be to decrease my (TTFR) and create a queue just like that SLAs, what do you think?
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