Great idea! I have taken this across to the team. We've added this to the road map. Thanks!
I agree we have a need for this feature as well.
Any word on the status?
Ditto, I need this report to effectively use the system to gauge metrics on what the top areas of issue are.
Would REALLY like to know where this is at on the roadmap. Tnx
I would love to know where we are at with this? It seems like a no brainer to be able to RCA by categories. Also, why can you build custom reports for changes and assets but not incidents?
Thanks for the feedback. We have recently introduced a default Category Field which can be used to categorize incidents, problems, changes and releases and setup SLA policies for more nuanced SLAs.
And, we will introduce this field in reports too, very soon.
More details here:
Is there any plans for expansion of categories in reports?
I realize I can add it to a report, it would be very helpful to be able to "group by" or have a report that's dedicated to our tickets by categories/subcategories and items. Imagine all Incidents split by categories and then subcategories. For example, it could immediately tell me which software application was causing the majority of my headaches.
Problem Management for us flows directly out of these metrics. It would be nice if this was built in, instead of Pivot-tabling these out from excel.
I am required to report on incidents by category. Has this feature not been introduced yet? I hope I am wrong. This is a basic requirement of any service desk application!
What would be the point of categorising incidents if not to report on them?
Hello Michael and Andy,
Tickets grouped by Category, Sub-category and Item is now possible with Analytics -> Ticket Reports (please find the screenshots below). You can learn more about Analytics here. Please let me know if you're facing any issues creating this report, we will will get in touch with you to resolve it.
So those of us not on Estate will never have the ability to run a report based on category. That is just crazy to me and should be a standard report offering just like Andy stated above.