You can perform a limited set of actions on an incident by selecting it and right-clicking on it:
|Refresh Incident||Refresh incident information|
|Open in browser||Open the incident in the native service desk provider client portal.|
|Assign to me||Assign the incident to the currently signed-in operator|
|Unassign ticket||Reset the incident’s assignment|
|New…||Create a new Incident|
|< more options >||Additional parameters can be quickly set via the context menu such as the State, or Priority. However, these are provider dependent.
To disclose the extended set of modifiable properties, click on the < more options > item.
To access additional properties, you must open the Incident Detail View. Accessing the properties of the incident can be done in several ways:
- Double-click the incident
- Select the incident and click on View case details in the ribbon bar
- Select one or more incidents, right-click on the selection and select Open incident, or Open in new window
The incident details will open in a separate tab or window.
Incident details are opened in a separate tab or window. The tab of open incident reflects the state of the incident:
Tab Color Code
|Grey||Close / Rejected / Cancelled|
Bridge to Native Interface
The incident detail page only shows a snapshot of the incident information and its primary controls. Click on the incident Ticket ID link to access the native service desk incident page:
Modifying the Incident
The Main Title and Description fields are modifiable. Upon modifying their contents, an Apply Now button will appear:
Click on it to apply your changes. To cancel any pending changes, click on the Reload button in the ribbon bar.
Fields that are modifiable are displayed as a link. Click on the link to view and select the desired option. For example, to change the Urgency attribute, click on its current value and choose a new option:
Creating a new Incident
To create a new incident, click on the New Incident button in the ribbon bar.
Enter the prompted information and click on Create. The amount of information required is dependent on the service desk provider.
Once the ticket created, the Incident Detail window will open to finalize the configuration of the new case.
To close an incident, click on the Status link and select the desired closed state:
The available states are dependent on the service desk provider. Some providers require additional information before you can set the status of an incident to a closed state. For instance, ServiceNow requires a Resolution Code and a Resolution Comment to be configured prior to setting the Status to Resolved or Closed.