Tip of the week: designing ticket forms

Tip of the week: designing ticket forms

July 1, 2013
Tip of the week: designing ticket forms

I’m always amazed at the number of truly successful support organizations that don’t have any custom fields in their Zendesk – or maybe just 1 or 2. I think in some ways it really speaks to the fact that simplicity often works. If you are giving great support, your customers are happy, and you are handling your volume, I say don’t rock the boat. There is absolutely no reason to introduce complexity in this type of scenario.

If you fit that description, carry on! This blog post isn’t for you.

However, if you are one of our many customers who already have a lot of custom fields or you support several different products or processes, our recently announced ticket forms feature will help you simplify your screens and really let your agents focus in on a targeted set of fields.

The truth is, there’s no straightforward answer to how we should construct our forms, so in our latest tip of the week, we’re stepping back to analyze the current landscape and thinking about near-term future expansion.

Head to the forums to learn more

We know. It's a lot to take in.

Sign up for our newsletter and read at your own pace

Please enter a valid email address
Please also send me occasional emails about Zendesk products and services. (You can unsubscribe at any time.)
Please select an option

Welcome to the club!

Oops! Sorry something went wrong, try again later?