Customer support, minus the repetitive tasks
Use Freshdesk’s powerful automations to streamline your helpdesk and your support process.
FOCUS ON SUPPORTING YOUR CUSTOMERS
Customer support involves a number of repetitive tasks that not only take up valuable time but can also exhaust morale. As an admin, you have to ensure that your agents are empowered to put their time to the best use, by setting up automations to take care of the mundane, repetitive actions.
Make sure every incoming ticket gets automatically categorized, prioritized and even assigned to the right agent or group based on factors that you define. The tickets can be prioritized by the type of customer - where they’re writing from, what language they’re using, or even based on what the subject says. This way you can make sure the most important tickets are answered first.
Automate the assignment of tickets to agents in a group using smart techniques to make sure that the workload is distributed optimally. Consequently, every agent will have a balanced queue, and in addition, Freshdesk can automatically adjust the number when someone is taking a break. You can also set up assignment rules based on the expertise of your agents.
Ensure that you don’t overlook the little tasks - like following up with customers or closing the loop on tickets - that are vital to the smooth operation of your helpdesk. With Freshdesk’s automations you can automatically send out notifications, manage ticket statuses, proactively prevent customer frustration, and more.
Set up rules to alert the right people on your team, whenever there is urgent activity on your helpdesk that requires an immediate response. You can also automatically trigger a chain of actions as an initial response. For example, you can alert a manager if a customer sends in a bad satisfaction rating so that they can follow up immediately.
Execute multiple actions on a ticket simultaneously.
Save frequently sent answers as canned responses.
Assign tickets to the right agents based on expertise.
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