Some small, often-requested features that you have been waiting for

We often get requests for small features that are not deal-breakers for our customers but would definitely make their lives easier. Individually they are not big enough to merit a blog post, but put them together and they make a … Read More

How a Publishing Company uses OneDesk to Organize its Internal Teams

Information drives the modern world, and media companies are at the center of it all. These companies are responsible for curating content, improving it, and laying it out in diverse forms. They engage in a rigorous search for data and … Read More

Configuring your user notification preferences

When you get new tickets, a customer starts a conversation, or a co-worker adds a comment to a task, you may need to be informed. Depending on your role in the company it may be important that you are informed … Read More

Using the OneDesk messenger application to offer live chat-based support

With the latest release of OneDesk we now offer a built-in chat application that allows you to offer real-time support to your customers. This is released in beta so please go ahead and use it, but don’t forget to give … Read More

Using OneDesk’s customer-facing apps to better serve your customers.

The OneDesk Customer Apps Platform We have a big announcement! We just released our new ‘Customer Apps’ platform which allow you to deploy 3 apps to your customers (so far). Some of you may be familiar with our customer portal … Read More

How an IT outsourcing company uses OneDesk to manage their work

For up and coming businesses that don’t have all the resources to hire their own in-house IT team, it makes sense to outsource their IT management. This is an attractive option because businesses can remain relatively hands-off while still reaping … Read More

How one manufacturer uses OneDesk to manage its IT helpdesk, development, and process-automation

It might seem counter-intuitive to think that manufacturing companies want to modernize how they track their work, but in a world where manufacturing powers commerce and trade, it’s clear that manufacturers need to keep up with the times. Automation drives … Read More

How a WordPress development company uses OneDesk to mange customers and projects

Web development can take on many different forms. For larger teams, it might make sense to develop a proprietary framework in-house that the team themselves can upkeep and maintain; for smaller companies, it might be more worth their while to … Read More

How a fortune 500 company uses OneDesk to manage all change requests on their website.

For large, Fortune 500 organizations that provide solutions across multiple areas, it helps to have the entire organization use a single website as their point of interaction with the company. These widely-used internal websites are crucial for the business to … Read More

How to Send a Customer Service Satisfaction Survey with OneDesk

The best way to know how well your customer service team is doing is… to ask your customers. One common way to get customer feedback is to send a follow-up survey or poll after each customer service interaction. While OneDesk … Read More