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CA Service Desk Manager - Service Desk Interface
This training was designed for customer service analysts and will describe the functions required to perform the role of an analyst working with the Service Desk product.
To access the Service Desk Training Environment:If you are inactive in the system for 60 minutes, you will be logged off the system and will need to login again.
This banner appears above the menus in the main window and provides login and system information, as well as the Log Out button that you may click to log you out of Service Desk.
The toolbar will be examined in more detail throughout the course in various chapters. It is also detailed in this training.
The left pane of the Service Desk tab displays the Scoreboard, a tree-like structure that shows the requests, change orders, issues, call backs, and tasks assigned to you or your group (depending on how your department has configured your system). You can view your assigned and unassigned records by priority.
You can expand the list of records displayed in the Scoreboard by selecting the node for those records, or clicking the expansion button.
You can collapse the list of records displayed in the Scoreboard by selecting the node for those records, or clicking the collapse button.
Tip: To refresh the counts that are currently displayed in the Scoreboard, click the Update Counts button.
Exercise: Navigating the Scoreboard
Perform the following activities in the Scoreboard:
1. Click the Update Counts button to ensure you have the most up-to-date ticket counts.
2. Expand and collapse the lists in the Scoreboard by:
a. Selecting the node for those records.
b. Clicking the expansion and collapse button.
3. Select the various lists in the Scoreboard to view in the List Windows, for instance, My Requests or Group Requests.