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  1. Thanks Andy thats very helpful and a sensible approach.
  2. That is what I suspected @AndyGilly but unfortunately for me there are gaps in our "managed by" attribute across our 3 domains. Thanks for coming back to me though.
  3. @Steve G @AndyGilly out of interest what automations has this made possible for you?
  4. Thanks for the heads up James. We too are using FAQs and document manager to publush content in leiu of having a proper knowledge management solution. It would be great to know some indicative timescales for this new functionality if you are unable to commit to a firm date. This will help with the decision making around effort spent on creating FAQs and published documents as we have a need for this published content now.
  5. Hi James, knowledge management couldn't come soon enough so good to hear its on the agenda. For this particular request, and I don't think this would be a unique request, I would like the ability to report more so against negative FAQ feedback IE a 'unhappy' thumbs down. The date on this is important to enable a scheduled monthly report sent to service owners to review and respond accordingly to negative FAQ feedback. Following up with our customers is important to us and understanding why the FAQ wasn't helpful. Perhaps it needs updating or doesn't apply to specific scenarios we're not
  6. Thanks for replying @Martyn Houghton but I know the values are 0= like and 1= dislike but my query is relating to whether there can be a date stamp when the feedback is given on an FAQ because I can't see it recorded anywhere in the FAQ or FAQ feedback table.
  7. We are reporting against our portal published FAQs and cannot find any data for the date the customer either liked or disliked the published FAQ article. If this doesn't exist can this be added to h_itsm_faqs_feedback table?
  8. I am trying to report against planned vs unplanned service availability and thought the best way to do this would be within the service itself using the availability metrics. We have started to build a more comprehensive service catalogue for the staff facing services but there are limited statuses available to us. Could there be a "planned maintenance" option. Or is there an alternative way of reporting against this I haven't consider which other customers are using?
  9. Is there a fix for this? I can see this dates back some time and we are also experiencing the same resizing issue. We can choose small icons/images from the the internet facing image store but this limits what we can use. @Adrian Simpkins
  10. Adobe Flash Player (plug in) will be out of support from the middle of January 2021. Are you able to confirm whether the Hornbill web self-service portal or analyst (full user) live.com interface utilises Adobe flash to function.If the system that you supply to the Trust uses Adobe Flash Player could you please make us aware of this urgently and in doing, let us know of any technical requirements that need to be in place to support any change required.''
  11. I love the "My Dashboards" view because it is very easy for the team to use that do not have access to the advanced analytics. Dashboard charts can be spun up very quickly however when you have lots of charts across many supporting teams the view becomes very messy and confusing to navigate. Can you add some functionlity to support multiple pages on the dashboard view that I could drag specific charts to and title the page to group charts.
  12. Thanks @DanielRi very helpful after our discussion on the phone.
  13. You've hot the nail on the head. We have some teams where they are heavily involved in a request but are not seeing it through from end to end so do not have a statistic against that activity as for some BPMs we are not recording activities (we are doing so moving forward). I have a measure running for requests assigned to teams which shows extremely high volumes in some teams but this is largely due to requests being moved between teams which is why I would like to filter to only see "unique" reference IDs to get a true picture of how many requests are being handled.
  14. @Steven Boardman are you able to help with this please?
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