Access Service Hub Tickets on Mobile App

Created on behalf of a customer. 

Who: Service Hub

Goal: Access service hub tickets on mobile app

 

It would be helpful for customers who are out of the office and don't have access to a laptop or computer to be able to work on tickets via mobile device and mobile app

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36 Replies
mikegofficial
New Contributor

@RonanB When this year?  I'm pretty close to moving to Zendesk.  The lack of support or timeline is murdering us.

david_dataton
Occasional Contributor

@RonanB a timeline would be great. Our support team are hesitant to use HubSpot as this is a very important feature. We have a lot of people constantly on the road and having to sit down with a laptop to answer a support case is limiting at best.

David Aleksandersen
Commercial Support Manager
Dataton AB

HubSpot Product Team
HubSpot Product Team

Hi David, Mike & others,

 

We're focused on Conversations email development at the moment, we hope to have a Beta release of Email in April for those that are interested. I'll post when I've more information on this.

For Tickets support once we've Email worked out we'll then be looking at that. I don't have a timeframe for it but I'll update here once we've a better idea.

 

Regards 

Ronan

HubSpot Product Team
HubSpot Product Team
updated to: In Planning

We're currently planning support for Tickets on mobile.

rrumpf19
Occasional Contributor

upvote ^^^

alexhunter1
New Member

Please enable this feature soon.

nrehrhard
New Contributor

This would be super helpful for our team!

jordanvitruvi
New Contributor

@RonanB 
With the serivice ticket viewing, it should also include changes to notifcations; "DND on a schedule" as well as "DND for 'x' hours". (if you have a team and you cover certain hours, getting notifications of others can be just as annoying as not having an app feature)
Lastly, don't forget the way service tickets communicate (conversations and within the ticket) should be a priority, afterall that's the point of this.

It's been painful to use the web on mobile for the ticket's, relying on email for alerts.

If any of you at HS need anyone to test functionality as it's built, please shoot me a message, I'd gladly give feedback!

ellent
New Contributor

I 100% assumed (shouldn't have) that I would be able to have access to tickets on mobile when we switched to Service Hub. This is extremely important and something I used on a daily basis with our previous provider. 

MatthewMorrow
Occasional Contributor

I was so pleased to hear HubSpot were launching their Service Hub last year.  I held off going to Zendesk, FreshDesk and Wix Answers.  Then they launched without the tiered levels of their other products but once there was a free,starter, professional and enterprise selection I jumped on board, albeit free (just to test initially).  Similarly to my experience with HubSpot CRM the experience has major pros but major cons.  Aesthetically it looks great, then I quickly find missing features.  The major issues I have with Service Hub include:

 

  • Closed tickets not re-opening if customer responds after we have closed ticket.
  • No iOS/Android mobile app
  • No end-user portal for customers to login and view their tickets/responses
  • No ticket numbers to refer staff or customer towards
  • No dashboard showing number of open tickets etc.
  • No list/dashboard allowing me to quickly identify new/priority tickets

 

I understand the first point has been addressed last month but when I looked into this further it's onlt available for Professional not Starter.  I really think the Starter plan should include the option for tickets status automation to allow a ticket to reopen should a customer reply to a closed ticket.  This is pretty basic stuff!

 

This is before you start to look at clever features such as those mentioned here https://docs.helpscout.com/article/1068-getting-started-video-tour

 

The competition is fierce and moving fast, they are flexible, dynamic and progressive.  I don't get that feeling with HubSpot at the moment.

 

I spoke to support tonight and they said they have lots of engineers working on Service Hub as it's so new they know there are gaps - (surely it shouldn't cost £400 per month at this stage then!?)  The said they expect updates around INBOUND 2019 in early September 2019.

 

At this stage a roadmap, some thoughts on what is coming, some beta offerings would be well received.

 

So much potential but currently I'm feeling let down.

 

Interested to hear others thoughts.