- Introducing Deskpro
- Creating Your Helpdesk
- Launching Your Helpdesk
- Importing Data
- Managing and Deleting Personal Data
- Email Accounts
- Ticket Fields
- Automating the Helpdesk
- CRM and usergroups
- Multi-Branded Portals
- Editing Templates
- Deskpro Apps
Authentication and SSO
- Agent and user authentication
- Understanding SSO options
- Auto agent
- Grant usergroup
- Multiple usersources
- Filtering a usersource
- Importing user data
- Active Directory setup
- Azure AD SAML Setup
- LDAP setup
- JSON Web Token setup
- SAML setup
- Database auth setup
- OneLogin setup
- Okta setup
- Google+ setup
- Wiacts Nopassword setup
- OpenID Connect setup
- Agent Interface Options
- Anti-Abuse Options
- Exporting Data
- Billing and Licensing
How to: Delete Tickets
To manually delete a ticket or multiple tickets. Go to Tickets.
Use the filter and list panes to find the tickets you want to delete.
Click on the small grey box next to the ticket ID number of the tickets you want to delete.
This will bring up a window with ticket management options.
To delete the selected tickets, click Mark for deletion, then click the Apply button.
The ticket will be deleted and removed from the agent interface.
Automatically Delete Old Tickets
If you want to automatically delete tickets after a defined period of time has elapsed, go to Admin > Tickets > Escalations.
Let's imagine we want to set up an escalation that automatically deletes tickets that are a year old.
Click the + New Escalation button.
Enter the Title of the escalation.
Set Event to The ticket has been open for : 1 : years
Set If Criteria to Date Created : before : 1 years : ago
Set then Actions to Delete Ticket
Now click Save
The new escalation will appear in the list.
Press the grey tab button to enable it.
A new escalation will only apply to tickets that are created after you make it and after you enable it.
If you do need to delete existing tickets in bulk, you can do it using the Deskpro API. This requires basic programming skills in any language that can send requests over HTTP. If you can't do this yourself, please contact email@example.com for a quote on having us do this on your behalf.