Join Robert Anthony for an in-depth discussion in this video ✓ Solution: Create a new agent in Service Desk, part of Learning JIRA Service Desk.
- [Instructor] Were you able to do it?…Let's go through it together.…First I'm going to go to the Administration cog…and then I'll select User Management.…From here, I'll select Create a New User.…Then, after confirming that I've created them,…I'm brought back to User Management,…I then go back to JIRA and I have…a few different options.…The first one is I can go to Users and Roles…and add the user to the Service Desk Team role.…
At this point, this user is an agent for this project.…The other way I can do it is from…the Project Administration page,…clicking the Invite Team button…and then typing in the user's name.…After selecting them, I simply click Invite One Person,…and it's been set up.…This user has now been created…and added as an agent to this Service Desk project…in my JIRA instance.…
- What is JIRA Service Desk?
- Creating requests and groups in the customer portal
- Creating new queues
- Linking to the knowledge base
- Configuring incoming email requests
- Adding automation with workflows
- Creating an SLA
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Overview of JIRA Service Desk
2. The Customer Portal and Notifications
3. Service Desk Administration
4. Service Desk Workflows
5. SLAs and Notifications
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