Is there any user guide on features of osTicket. It is required to share/educate clients and staff who are new to this.
It's such a simple system I'm not aware of one.
@ntozier I think this is the first time I've ever disagreed with you. I agree that the client side is straight-forward enough.But I've been using osTicket for about 10 years and I feel like I've only begun to understand everything that it is capable of on the staff end of the system.I appreciate that the devs are busy writing code.I see that osTicket has a "user-editable wiki system", but it is pretty sparse and hasn't been updated in 4 years. It also appears that there is no way for a person to register to assist in editing the wiki. Am I missing something?
I agree that the Agents and Admins need one. It's the Users who really do not. (Which is what I was saying.)
What's the word on the wiki?I was thinking that a user-editable wiki is would be the perfect solution and would be a tremendous asset. And then I realized that one is already in place, although in a state of chronic disuse.
I believe that there is a new version that I'm not supposed to talk about that is launching in tandem with the next version or 2.0. :)
That's good to know, er, not know (because no one told me).
Precisely! /shifty eyes
There's one in the repo: https://github.com/osTicket/osTicket/wiki
OMG @Grizly, you're right! And it's 1000x better than the one put forward on this website.
Well, the main one has all the install/setup instructions, which is where most people have issues, so it's the most mentioned.
The repo version is actually the newly launched https://docs.osticket.com/.:)
The new docs are amazing!
Yes, the new docs are fantastic!