Currently, we define our SLA's using 'Goals'. Each priority level is linked to a specific goal, which determines how long we have to resolve the issue. Our business is due to have a half day in a couple of weeks and, during this time, the SLA clocks will need to run from 9am - 1pm, rather than 9am - 5pm as currently.
In order to achieve this, we have set up a new calendar to avoid the existing SLA's being recalculated, however the system is not letting us amend the current calendar to the new one. Everytime we select the 9am - 1pm calendar from the dropdown list, it is reverting back to '24/7 Calendar (Default)' in all cases and not saving our changes when selecting 'Update'. It will not let us select the standard 9am - 5pm calendar also.
I've attached a screenshot to demonstrate the section we are referring to. Is anyone aware if this is a bug with the system or if we are doing something incorrect? Is there any other way to achieve what we require here?
Hi Emily. Just saw your post. I noticed how you are correct in saying that the dropdown menu reverts back to the default Calendar. I created my own 9am - 1pm Calender (not sure if the calender is the cause) and I wanted to add it but after selecting it from the dropdown it shows me the 24/7 Calendar.
Now I do have noticed that when I save it, the SLA metric shows me the calendar that I selected. You should check if the same can be said for you if so then there would indeed be a bug. This bug however is simply just a bug in the dropdown where it shows the wrong value but selects the correct one.
To clarify, just select your calendar from the dropdown (yes it will show you 24/7 Calendar instead) but save your SLA metric and it'll show the correct calendar all the same. It would be wise to try this on a new SLA metric just in case and try out if the calendar is being used at all :)
Many thanks for your response. We have resolved this issue now by amending our existing Calendar to run from 9am - 1pm instead of 9am - 5pm, this seemed to work as expected when tested on an open issue; we will just change back to normal next week. However, thank you for your assistance.
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