In this guide, we will cover how to create a Support Department in WHMCS. So quickly watch out the video to learn about how to set and manage Support department in your WHMCS.
Follow the steps to create and setup Support Department in WHMCS:
Creating a Support Department in WHMCS Step::1 Login to your WHMCS Dashboard
Step::2 Navigate to the Support Departments from the Setup drop-down
Step::3 This is where you can view and edit your Support Departments, to create a new department select Add New Department.
Step::4 Here is where you will edit the department name and details. You will also have the option to assign the Admin, determine the email the ticket will get sent to, etc.
Department Name – This would be the title of the department, i.e. Technical Support, Sales, Billing, etc. Description – Here is where you would describe what the Department’s responsible for. Email – This would be the email that is related to the department where the tickets get sent. Assigned Admin Users – This would allow you to have a default assigned Admin user to the department Clients Only – This would limit it so only registered users could make a ticket to this department. Pipe Replies only – This would limit the ability to open up a ticket to this department so that only the client would be able to. This could be used for billing or account changes to make sure this is what the client wants, instead of having a Technician open the ticket on the client’s behalf. No Autoresponder – If you want to make sure that you had to send a first response to the ticket, instead of having an auto generated message to confirm the ticket has been submitted, check this box. Feedback Requests – After the ticket is closed this allows the client to give a rating and commentary on the service.
Hidden? – You would select this if you wanted tickets from this department to be hidden from the client, such as interdepartmental fixes or account information you don’t wish to give the client access to.
Congratulations you have learnt how to create support department in WHMCS!!!
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