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Not able to find "Raise a Request" tab in agent portal

Hi Team,

I Just Created Jira Service Project(using it service management template). But I am not able to find "Raise a Request" option in the Agent portal.

Could you please let me know the issue.





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Jack Community Leader Mar 13, 2021

You are using the ITSM project template. I have not set this up in my own instance so my feedback is limited. :-(

However, I do know the "Raise a request" does not exist in the sidebard for ITSM as you have seen for yourself. However, you can do so either via the Create button or if you wish to use the Customer forms then you can go to Channels and open the portal and do from there. In effect the "Raise a request" link is the same. Finally you could consider adding a direct link using the add item button. There may be a different solution from others that are actively using ITSM.

Hi Jack,

Thanks for quick reply!

So, you are saying for ITSM Project template we don't get "Raise a Request" option?

Could you please let me know which is recommended template for Change Management project?




Hi jack, At least is their any to change the template of the project to retain Raise a Request option. 

Jack Community Leader Mar 13, 2021

You can’t change a projects template. You could create a new project and move issues. But ITSM is certainly used for change management.

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Hello @Beeraiah Velumula,

Thank you for reaching out to Community!

Testing on my local site, the “Raise a request” option is not visible on ITSM template, but it has the exact same functionality as the Channels > Help center. 

Both options will redirect the agent to the customer portal to select the Request type to create a ticket.

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That previous behavior that would open a popup window to create the ticket without going to the portal was removed a while ago and it’s not possible to add it back.

Also, if an Agent uses the “Create” button they can select the Request type and also use the “Raise this request on behalf of” that, once again, is the same as creating the ticket on the portal or using the “Raise a request”.

Create button:

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As Jack mentioned, the correct template for Change management is ITSM, and to be honest with you, it’s not worth using a different template just because of the Raise request option, since you can achieve the same using Channels > Help center or the Create button. 

Hope this clarifies!

If you have any other questions regarding this matter, please let us know.

Kind regards,

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