2. Ticksy is not quite for that. You are speaking about management tools actually, Ticksy being a support system. There’s nothing wrong with pen & paper but you could try other solutions, such as Wunderlist, Asana or stuff like that..
Can you please add a list of licenses a user owns or validated on their page?
I sometimes see users posting support requests for two different sites and I always wonder if he ’s using the theme with a single license.
This thread is to discuss usage of Ticksy & the future of Ticksy, not to promote the fact that you have a help desk system in your portfolio.
Hey guys, any feature requests and bug reports would be much better suited to submit here:http://support.ticksy.com
That way I can start collecting everything in one organized location. Thanks so much!
PS – If any of you would like to run the new Ticksy beta on your own system let me know (on Ticksy’s support site, please). The beta is pretty damn solid at this point. Just working on new features and bug squashing now.
@JustinScheetz i’m getting quite interested to ticksy, and i’d like to try it out, just a question, i see you added a faq section, is it possible to restrict the faq section to logged in/verified users?
I’ve made a ticket about it http://support.ticksy.com/ticket/131573 and i Wonder if it’s private or public and why there’s no option to choose as in current ticksy
I’ve created a ticket yesterday but no answers yet… Anyway I’ve found a temporary solution. You can post an empty response then edit it. It’s working in edit mode and the problem is only when we are sending a new response…