An agent can now add a user directly from the ticket screen. Lets say that an agent is taking a phone call from a customer and needs to open a new ticket for that customer. Instead of navigating away from the ticket screen, the agent can simply add the new user directly from the new ticket screen. The Add User link is located in the Ticket Details metabox (usually located on the right hand side of the ticket screen).
Admins with access to the user profile screen can now see a list of tickets for the user directly in that screen. Clicking the ticket # will take you directly to the ticket screen.
Note that this makes the field mandatory on both the front-end and back-end. This means that agents editing a ticket will be forced to enter a product if the product field is empty.
Note that this makes the field mandatory on both the front-end and back-end. This means that agents editing a ticket will be forced to enter a department if the department field is empty.
This function is useful if you have users that are abusing your free support. To limit a user to a certain number of open tickets:
Note that this setting is only applicable if the user is opening a ticket on your website. It does not apply to tickets opened with the Gravity Forms integration or opened via EMAIL.
The User Profile Widget inside a ticket will show the number of tickets a user has opened/closed with you along with a list of those tickets. By default it shows 10 tickets. Sometimes you might want it to show more tickets or less tickets. To do this:
By default the editor has restricted functionality. But, you can assign the capability edit_ticket_with_full_editor to an agent role and those agents will see the full WordPress editor.
Under normal circumstances WordPress does not ship with a visual way to assign capabilities to roles. However, the as of version 2.1.0 the Powerpack add-on includes a bare-bones capability assignment function. You can access it via the TICKETS->TOOLS->CAPABILITIES tab.