Znuny 6.3 has new integrated features. These features were previously only available to Znuny commercial support users. We’ve now made them part of the framework.
List of integrated features:
If your setup depends on those add-ons, please note that you can remove them from your dependencies if you target 6.3.
Schedule Ticket Creation#
Use calendar entries to create tickets. Making calls and requests count! Keeping up with contacts by sending follow-up notes after a call, creating a task list for a project kick-off or scheduling maintenance has never been easier.
Use recurring tasks to:
create jobs for patch days
schedule a protocol for regular meetings
remind about marketing deadlines
schedule maintenance for your company car-fleet
Whatever you need to schedule, create an appointment to keep you on task.
More details can be found in Adding Calendar Events.
Bulk Service and Dynamic Field Changes#
It is now possible to modify services and dynamic fields for multiple ticket during a bulk action change.
Advanced Excel Formatting#
It is now possible to finely tune the format of an Excel Workbook produced by the statistic module.
Random Ticket Numbers#
The ((OTRS)) Community Edition removed random ticket numbers. Znuny4OTRS-RandomTicketNumberGenerator brought this back. This feature is now back to the framework.
You can use this by changing
Never do this in a running system. Old ticket numbers will no longer receive responses.
Using the random number generator produces an ten-digit number plus the System ID.
Random Available Ticket Number
New Software Requirements#
The following Perl modules will be required by advanced formatting:
OAuth2 Token Management#
It is now possible to configure and refresh OAuth2 tokens in the administration area.
(Read more) about how to manage tokens.
OAuth2 Email Authentication#
It is now possible to use OAuth2 tokens instead of a password to fetch emails. This currently works and is tested on Google and Microsoft. Once you have a valid token, read how to select it when setting up your PostMaster Mail Account.
Thanks to Sector Nord AG for the following transition actions.
With this release, we also introduced some completely new features.
Process Part Scope#
In process management, it has always been an issue that all process parts (Activities, Activity Dialogs, Transitions, and Transition Actions) are visible in each process.
It is now possible to view process parts globally or locally.
Scopes are not migrated. This means you must define all elements to limit them to a scope to use the filter functionality. Until this, all element parts are global.
Read more on process scope.