The “Reports” section gives you an overview of your customer support performance. You can check your average response time, ticket rating, the volume of tickets you receive, ticket sources, and many more
In HelpDesk, there are five main types of reports:
- Last 7 days
- New tickets
- Ticket satisfaction
- First response time
- Solved and closed
This report displays a summary of the last seven days of your ticket activity. It shows you everything you should know about the new tickets you received in the past week. You can check out the following details:
- How many tickets you received,
- How many of them were solved or closed,
- What the average response time is,
- How well the ticket responses were rated.
In the “New tickets” report, you’ll find three detailed reports. For each report chart, there’s a breakdown at the bottom.
Take a look at the “New tickets” chart to investigate how many tickets you received in a given time frame.
The “Ticket sources” section shows the sources of customer tickets. Four main ticket sources are listed in the chart:
- Entered manually
- Contact form
The “New tickets heatmap” is a section that can help you predict how many tickets you’ll receive and how many agents you’ll need to answer them in the future. It gives you a graphical summary of the peak times when you receive more tickets than usual.
In the “New Tickets” report, in addition to filtering by date, you can use the following filters to see the performance results you’re interested in:
The “Ticket satisfaction” report gives you an overview of the ticket rating provided by your customers.
In the “Ticket satisfaction” report, in addition to filtering by date, you can use the following filters to see the performance results you’re interested in:
This report is designed to show you how fast your customer gets a response to their question. The results are based on two elements: “time to assign to agent” and “time to respond.” You can see how much time it takes for your team to respond to a ticket.
In the “First response time” report, in addition to filtering by date, you can use the following filters to see the performance results you’re interested in:
This report displays the number of solved and closed tickets. You can see how it relates to all the tickets you received. The chart also shows you data segmented by day.
In the “Solved and closed” report, in addition to filtering by date, you can use the following filters to see the performance results you’re interested in:
The admin role allows you to generate a report and send it over to the designated email. If you want to do that, go to the Reports section and find the category “Generate report.”
To get the report, you have to choose from the following date ranges:
- last 7 days,
- last month,
- custom period.
Then, add the email address to which the report will be sent. You can add one or more email addresses according to your needs.
Click on the “Send report” button. After that, a link to the generated report will be sent to a specified email address. Through the link, you can download a CSV format file of your document.
Generate report feature is available in Team and Enterprise plans.
Every Monday, you can receive a support performance report in your inbox. This weekly report gives you an overview of your achievements in one email message.
If you want to get this report, you need to go to your individual account details and enable the “Send me weekly summary emails” option.