Can you add the ability to create a parent-child relationships between tickets, problems, and changes. For example, we capture the concept of a parent change - a parent change is made up of a number of child changes.
I was hugely surprised to see an application like this WITHOUT a parent/child feature. This would be a massive improvement to the software.
This is a very common feedback from our customers. We are shipping this feature real soon. :)
Any updates on this one?
Hi Narain - any update on progress?
Still looking for an update on this one.
Yes, Like the others I'd be particularly interested in an update on this. An ETA would be helpful too.
Seems like TASKs should solve the requirements here
Parent Incident/Change can have multiple TASKs which are used as Child Tickets
As of now, using the TASKs feature is the apt way, and we will also be adding Reports for Tasks
Hi Vijay - Tasks don't fit my requirements - I'm after a true parent-child relationship. Is this still planned in a future release as mentioned by Narain? If so, when do you have it scheduled for?
Follow on to Chris's suggestion, I'd like a clone-ticket function as well. It's useful for scenarios where we have an issue which turns out to be identical to a previous issue, and we want to have exactly the same data in another ticket with options to change any of the fields. Yes, this means that technically we could change all the fields and end up with a brand new ticket, but in most cases this function would be used to change at most the creation date field to Right Now, and maybe the Requester field.
I would appreciate the clone feature along with the parent-child relationship, At the moment we are having to log new tickets so the other agent\agencts get their time spent included on the reports.
Child Items for Ticket module is live now. You may read more about how it works here (https://support.freshservice.com/support/solutions/articles/208025-adding-child-tickets-to-incidents-in-freshservice)
But I need a parent change (major change) link with multiples changes.