Happy April - The Halp crew has been busy and we’re thrilled to share all the great new features! We shipped new settings to give you the ability to customize Halp, educate your team on how to make tickets, and one of our most requested features: a 2-way integration with Jira!
Many of our customers need to store their ticket data in Jira for compliance, reporting, and more. We heard you loud and clear and are excited to be shipping a full 2-way integration between Halp and Jira. It supports Jira Service Desk and Jira Software, as well as Server and DataCenter.
The integration is compatible with all different flavors of Jira:
We had several customers request the ability to create a support ticket out of any bot message. For example, if you have system notifications such as PagerDuty, VictorOps, or Sentry this may be a great way to receive the notification, judge severity, and have a quick interface to make a trackable incident to sent to the team in order to triage accordingly.
Slack has a brand new event for bots to interact with users who open a DM. This can be a super useful way to introduce functionality, give users updates, or present them with fresh tasks. When a user first opens a DM with @Halp, they will be given this nice little prompt teaching them how to make tickets.
That's all for now! May should be another big month for the product team but let us know if you have other ideas for features you want us to build.
We flew through 2019 and couldn’t be more excited about what we are cooking up for 2020! Diving into the list of product updates we released in December: we added flexibility into how tickets are assigned with an emoji and improved our Zendesk/Slack integration to provide a full sync of attachments between systems. We also enhanced our Jira integration to allow more complex custom field mapping to Halp, and lastly, the ability to view your CSAT in CSV exports. All to help you work smarter, not harder, check them out below and let us know what you hope to see in 2020!