Part 1 = How Tickets Get Into the System
Part 2 = Creating the Most Useful View of Your Board
Part 3 = The Flow of Tickets Based on Statuses
Part 4 = How to Make Sure Tickets Don't Get Lost
Part 5 = Make Sure Ticket Are Closed - Properly
Part 6 = Once Your Board is Set up Properly, You Need
Processes to Keep it Working
Theoretically, YouTube will play each of these in order if you start with the first one. But I can't guarantee what they do, so here's the whole series you can click on individually.
Many people buy a service board and then don't get the amazing value they could - and often for some very simple reasons. They might have too many statuses to choose from, the flow of tickets through their system is poorly defined, or they don't have good practices to make sure it all works properly.
No software will make your company run more smoothly unless you configure it, fine-tune it, and keep an eye on your processes. So don't just invest in the software: Invest in your process as well.
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