Managing Service RequestsDescribes how to configure service request settings, create and manage service requests.Leave FeedbackIntroductionService Request is a standard request that has already been pre-approved in an organization.Service Request is created when user needs information, advice, or access to services.Creating a list of pre-approved service requests reduces approval workflow cycles.Example:User authentication requestRenewal of expired certificate of a websitePassword changeConfiguring service request settingsCustomize Service Request details by creating custom fields in addition to the predefined fields.To configure Service Request settings:From All Clients, select the client.Go to Setup > Service Desk > Configuration section > Settings.Click Service Request, configure the settings, and click Update.Creating service requestsService requests can be created via:Service DeskEmailCreating service requests on Service DeskTo create a new Service Request on Service Desk:From the options in the drop-down menu, click Service Desk.Click New and then click Service Request. The New Service Request page is displayed.In the New Service Request page, provide the required details and click Create.Supported fieldsNew Service Desk FieldsField nameDescriptionPartner NameSelect the partner.Client NameSelect the client.SubjectTitle or short summary of Service RequestDescriptionThe information required to describe Service Request scenario. This can include the actual behavior, expected behavior, steps to reproduce the issue etc.Attach fileThe artifacts required to support Service Request.Example: error messages, screenshots, excerpts from log files.Supported file types: `.txt`, `.jpg`, `.zip`, `.docx`, `.odt`, `.odg` and `.xlsx`. File size limit: 32 MBRequested ByUser who requests service.Assignee GroupUser group that manages Service Request.Assign toUser who acts on Service Request.ResourcesDevices on which the Service Request is identified.CategoryCategory to which the Service Request is mapped.Sub CategorySubcategory under the category to which the Service Request is mapped.PriorityMeasure of how soon the Service Request needs to be resolved.CcEmail addresses of the users who need to be copied in the email notification.Attach IncidentsAny incidents that can be cited as a reason for the creation of Service Request.ArticlesKB articles that help in the resolution of Service Request.Creating service requests through emailTo install a new email integration:Go to Setup > Integrations > Integrations.In the Available Integrations, Click Email Requests.In the Install Email Requests Integrations page, provide a Name of the Integration.Select the Request Type as Service Request, upload an Image file if required, and click Install. The new email integration appears on the Email Requests Integration page.Click the copy icon in Incoming Email Address.While composing Service Request email, provide the following in the email fields:To: Incoming Email AddressSubject: Service Request subjectEmail Body: Description of Service RequestNoteUser can define rules to configure email attributes such as subject, description, priority, external ticket ID and email addresses.Creating service requests from closed service requestsIf a closed Service Request needs to be reviewed or a similar issue needs to be reported, create a new Service Request and attach the closed Service Request to the same.Prerequisite:User needs to activate Enable to create a follow-up service requestsetting to be able to view Create Follow-Up option.To create follow-up service requests:Select Service Desk (from the drop-down menu).Select a service request that is in Closed status.Click Create Follow-Up. New Service Request Page appears.Provide details and click Create. The Follow-Up Service Request is created.Follow Up Service RequestEditing service requestsSingle EditTo edit a service request:From the options in the drop-down menu, click Service Desk.Click on a Service Request. Service Request details page appears.Click Edit button and edit the required fields.Bulk EditTo edit multiple service requests:From the options in the drop-down menu, click Service Desk.Click Bulk Update button and select the number of service requests to be edited.Select Apply Actions option. Update Actions window appears.Select the required changes and click Update.Linking incidents to service requestsLink single or multiple incidents to Service Request if there is an existing incident that has already been created that is relevant to your context. As incidents are resolved and closed, the service request is also automatically closed.To link a new Service Request to an existing incident:From the options in the drop-down menu, click Service Desk.Click New and then click Service Request. The New Service Request page is displayed.In the New Service Request page, click Attach Incident, select the required incident then click Create.To link an existing Service Request to an incident:From the options in the drop-down menu, click Service Request.Click Attached Requests and then click Add/Modify.Select the required incident and click Submit as New.Attach Incident to SRClosing service requestsConfigure Auto-Close Policies to close Service Requests that are resolved and that are in the inactive state since a certain elapsed time.To add an Auto-Close Policy:Go to Setup > Service Desk > Auto Close Policies.Select the client and click Auto Close Service Requests.Provide the following:Name: Name of the Auto-Close policyResolved Tickets Above: The inactive period of a resolved Service Request beyond which the Service Request needs to be closedClick Submit. Auto-Close Policy is added.Viewing service requestsThe service request details page provides the following attributes.Service Request Tab DescriptionTabsDescriptionConversationsComments added by assignee or creator which can be viewed by all users in assignee group.Activity LogUser activities on Service Request.ResourcesResources on which the Service Request is identified.NotesUseful information or hint for Service Request resolution. Viewed by all users of assignee group.To DoInformation recorded by a user for self-reference. Viewed by a single user.PropertiesService Request details.Status FlowThe flowchart representation that shows Service Request status change.ArticlesKB articles that are attached to Service RequestAttached RequestsOther service desk entities attached to Service RequestIntegration LogThe inbound and outbound communication details between OpsRamp entities and third-party entities.