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As part of an ongoing series, Atlassian University offered this free webinar to strengthen your Atlassian product skills and learn directly from Atlassian experts.
In this webinar, we learned all about Service Level Agreements (SLAs) in Jira Service Management.
Together we covered:
This webinar was intended for agents, managers, and administrators of service projects in Jira Service Management Cloud.
Watch the recorded webinar and use this discussion to ask more questions!
So maybe to elaborate on Ariel's question during the webinar:
we need a way to view the Actual time that it took to handle the ticket, what are the plans to give that ability?
Yes, we can view all issues that have a certain SLA completed by using for example "time to Resolution" = completed() and then adding the column "time to resolution" but that shows the time remaining on the SLA and not the time that was elapsed since the SLA started counting.
Is there any way to show that on a column?
@Dirk Ronsmans not out of the box, but perhaps you could use an automation rule to do the calculation of elapsed time and set a custom field value on a ticket.
Will the new skillbuilder have any new content which wasn't already covered in the old skillbuilder 'ASB-410 JQL in Jira Service Desk'?
Hi @Gautham Hari , yes, the SLAs in JSM Skillbuilder examines SLAs in JSM in depth, along with use cases; the Skillbuilder course will cover more material than we were able to cover in the University Live webinar on 15 Dec. JQL is only a small part of the SLAs in JSM course.