User Support Guide

Overview

This article provides a one-stop reference to the following contents:

 


Information

Logging in to the Support Portal

  1. Go to DNN Support.
  2. Click on Sign in on the top right corner.

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  3. From the Sign in page, enter your Email and Password.

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Forgot Password


If you can not recall your password, please use the Forgot my password or Get a password option to request a new one.

 

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Getting Support


After you log in to Support Portal, the first page you will see is the Support Landing page where you need to select a category.

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Search and Explore the Knowledgebase (FAQ)


Right after your selection, you will see the Category page where you can search or explore our Knowledgebase to find the answers to the most frequently asked questions.

We highly recommend that you explore our Knowledgebase before you submit a ticket.

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Submit a Ticket/Request

NOTE: You will see the words Ticket and Request used interchangeably. They both have the same meaning.

You may submit a ticket by clicking on the Submit a request button.

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Steps to Submit a Request


After you select a Submit a Request, you can fill in the form and submit a ticket.

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CC: Add any emails that you would like to be CC'd on the ticket.

Subject: Subject title of the ticket.

Description: You will need to describe your issue to the best of your ability, it is advised to provide as much information as you can so that our Support team can efficiently resolve your issue.

Priority: Set the urgency of this issue.

DNN Components: Set the most relevant component your issue falls under.

DNN Site URL: Your DNN public-facing URL.

Attachments: Upload any screenshots, log files or relevant data here.


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My Activities


On the My activities page, you can find information regarding your requests, requests where you are CC'd on, Contributions and Followings.

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My Requests


On the My requests page, you can see all your tickets and take action if needed.


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Escalate Ticket

  • You can escalate a ticket for various reasons like urgency, resolution time, the resolution provided, etc.
  • Escalating a ticket sends notifications to the Support Manager and other key people in the organization.
  • Ticket Escalation may be done in two ways:

    • Escalate a ticket from the My Requests page.

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    • Escalate a ticket from the Ticket page.

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Reopen Ticket


If the status of your ticket is SOLVED or CLOSED, you will see an option to Reopen the ticket. After you reopen the ticket, you will be redirected to the Ticket Submission form.

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Ticket Status


The Status field indicates the overall status of the ticket. Please see the list below for an explanation of the different status values.

Status

Explanation

New The system sets this when a new ticket is raised.
Open The system sets this when the first agent picks up your ticket.
Pending The system sets this when Information Required or Waiting for customer confirmation.
On Hold The system sets this when we are waiting for a response from a third party.
Solved

The system sets this status when we have shared a possible solution with you and asked you to test it.

You can reopen the ticket immediately if the solution does not work and we will continue working on it.

Closed This status type indicates that your ticket has been closed.

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