List of tickets

Tickets is an advanced tool that allows you to handle customer messages. You always know who is handling a particular ticket and the stage of completion. Thanks to the fact that each ticket has its own number you can find it in the system in seconds.

If you want to manage messages from customers, enter the Tickets tab - a list of messages will appear on the screen. The agent sees only messages from the queues to which it is assigned.


Each ticket is described by the following default columns:

  • ID - unique ticket ID number,
  • Subject - the subject of the message, and the customer's email address or data from the CRM,
  • file - number of interactions within the ticket,
  • Status - status which shows you at what stage the ticket is in,
  • Last update - shows the date of change (status change, response to a message),
  • Create date- shows the date the ticket was created in the Thulium system,
  • Priority - message validity shows you whether ticktets are completed within certain times. Exceeding particular response times is indicated by colored alarm clocks,
  • Assigned to - user who deals with the request (the symbol file means no assignment, if you click on it, you can select the user in question).

By expanding file you can describe messages with additional columns:


Columns can be expanded by clicking left mouse button on an edge and moving the cursor.


To change the order of fields, click on such a field and then move left/right.

By hovering over the subject of a message you have the option to preview it.


Our tickets allow you to track the sending of e-mails - in case a message for some reason has not been sent (e.g. wrong e-mail address) on the list of tickets will highlight in pink.


Filtering messages

You can search for messages using extensive filters.


  • ID - unique number to recognize the ticket in the system,
  • Queue - queue to which the messages are assigned,
  • Customer - ticket from a specific customer (customer or company),
  • Status - ticket status,
  • Email - tickets from a specific email address,
  • Create date - date when the ticket was created,
  • Update date - date of last modification,
  • Content - content of the ticket,
  • Subject - ticket subject,
  • Assigned user - tickets assigned to the selected user,
  • Priority - ticket with a given priority,
  • Category - ticket with the category,
  • Source - ticket source (Phone, Email, SMS, Chat, WWW...),
  • Alert - displaying messages in which: Response time exceeded, Alarm time exceeded, or Due time exceeded,
  • Observed - tickets observed by us,
  • Marked with a star - tickets for which clicked file,
  • Tags - tagged tickets,
  • First response time - time interval from - to in minutes for the first response,
  • Close time - time interval from - to in minutes for closing a request from the moment it is registered in the system,
  • With user message - tickets in which the message was sent by the agent.

After selecting the filters, the selected tickets will automatically appear in the list of tickets.


Clicking on file will remove all the selected filters - that is, it will lead to a situation of showing all the tickets we have access to.

In addition, it is possible to search for tickets by subject or content by using the file search engine and entering and confirming with enter a keyword. By clicking Ctrl + Shift + f you can quickly call up the search engine and enter the keyword.


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The list of tickets is automatically refreshed with new tickets taking into account the selected filters. The system checks every 15 seconds whether there are new tickets that meet the search criteria. This process will not take place if you call the context menu on the ticket or mark the tickets with the file checkbox.

If you often use a certain type of filters you can save this setting. The next time you want to search for tickets in the same way, all you have to do is choose a scheme. How will you do it? After selecting the filters, click on the filter slider file, and then select file.


In the window, enter the name of the filter and decide whether it will be visible to all or private. At this stage it is still possible to modify the saved set of filters. After selecting them, confirm your choice by clicking file.

The created filter will appear under the slider with the division into Public and Private Filters.


By default, the Thulium system adds filters such as:

  • Bieżące - current open tickets (without Zamknięte and Połączone or Odłożone status),
  • Tylko moje i nieprzypisane - tickets assigned to a user and messages that do not have an assigned person,
  • Nowe - tickets with status Nowy,
  • Odłożone - tickets that have been postponed (status Odłożone),
  • Oznaczone gwiazdką - tickets for which clicked file.

To edit existing filters, click on the file symbol, and then click:


A predefined set of public/private filters can be set as the default:


It is possible to change the following parameters in bulk for selected tickets from the list:


  • Change assignment file - change the assigned user for selected tickets,
  • Change status file - change of status for designated tickets,
  • Change category file - change of category for selected tickets,
  • Change priority file - change in priority of tickets,
  • Change queue file - changing the queue for flagged tickets,
  • Add tags file - adding tags for designated tickets,
  • Mark as read file - marking designated tickets as read,
  • Mark as unread file - marking selected tickets as unread,
  • Remove tickets file - removal of the indicated tickets from the system.

It is also possible to make a change on a single ticket by invoking the context menu (right-click on the ticket field).


Dostępne są takie funkcjonalności jak:

  • Open file - opening the indicated ticket in the same browser tab,
  • Open in new tab file - opening the indicated ticket in a new browser tab,
  • Assign me file - assigning us to the selected ticket,
  • Observe file - observing the marked ticket,
  • Stop watching file - stop observing for the selected ticket,
  • Mark as read file - marking the selected ticket as read,
  • Mark as unread file - marking the indicated ticket as unread,
  • Mark with star file - marking the selected ticket with an star,
  • Remove star marking file - removal of star for the indicated ticket,
  • Remove file - removal of the selected ticket from the system.

To export the list of tickets including selected filters to csv/xlsx, click file.


To forward a link to a given list of tickets including selected filters to another user, click on file.

You can display the function keys for the list of tickets by clicking on file.


Sorting tickets

The tickets are sorted by default by the date of change, i.e. from newest to oldest. By clicking on another column with the left mouse button, we can set sorting on it from, for example, highest to lowest values, etc. If you need to sort by more than one column, press the Shift key and click the left mouse button on the column.


Serving and adding requests

To serve another ticket, select the file button, adding a ticket is possible by clicking file.

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