Setting Up Your Workflow Using Rules & Views

Updated 1 week ago by Chloe Kesler

If you're not familiar with the basics on Rules and Views check out the articles below before you get started:
- Rules
- Views
Let's talk about how to utilize rules and views to create a workflow for your support team.

Depending on how big your support team is and how tickets are handled there are several standard ways to approach this but it can be completely customized to meet your teams needs. In the video below you will see a common scenario for a company that has 2 or more dedicated support agents.

Rule Configuration

  • Utilize rules to automatically tag your tickets based on keywords.
  • You can then utilize these tags as filters within your views.
Below you will see two examples of rules that are being utilized to automatically tag tickets.
  • The first is using keywords to search the message body of a ticket in order to determine if the customer may be communicating that they need to edit or change their order or shipping information.
  • The second is utilizing Shopify data to determine if the customer is a VIP customer based on how much they have spent or how many orders they have placed.

View Configuration

You can configure your views using filters. Below we will show you the filters being utilized for the different types of views shown in the video above.

My Tickets
  • "My Tickets", "My Chats", "My Snoozed Tickets", and "My Closed Tickets" are all utilizing a variable in the filters. This variable makes it so that each agent only sees tickets that are assigned to them.
Unassigned & Tagged
  • The tickets in these views are all tickets that are unassigned, open, and have a specific tag attached to them.
Unassigned by Channel
  • The tickets in these views are all tickets that are unassigned and are specific to a certain channel such as email, messenger, or chat.

Unassigned & Tagged Social Media Comments
  • The tickets in these views are specific to your social media comments and are also filtered by the different tags associated with them.
Unassigned Social Media Comments
  • The tickets in these two views are social media comments that are specific to the social media channel and are unassigned.

Remember that as you work through the tickets from the different 'unassigned and tagged' views that you will start to clear out some of the tickets in the 'unassigned by channel' views. This also means that you will see the same tickets in the tagged views as you will in the unassigned channel views.

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