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Просмотр и обновление запросов в службу поддержки

You can view your support tickets, collaborate with colleagues on tickets, and respond to GitHub Support using the GitHub Support portal.

About ticket management

Notes:

  • Urgent priority and GitHub Premium Support SLAs only apply to tickets associated with your enterprise account.
  • Tickets associated with an enterprise account can only be opened by owners, billing managers, and support-entitled members.

You can use the GitHub Support portal to view current and past support tickets and respond to GitHub Support. After 120 days, resolved tickets are archived, and archived tickets can only be viewed for enterprise accounts.

Your capabilities in the GitHub Support portal depend on the account you select when you submit a ticket. If you select an enterprise account, your role in the enterprise also affects your capabilities.

To open, view, and comment on support tickets associated with an enterprise account, you must have support entitlements for the enterprise. Enterprise owners and billing managers automatically have a support entitlement, and enterprise owners can add support entitlements to enterprise members. For more information, see "Managing support entitlements for your enterprise."

Note: Any organization member can create tickets associated with an individual organization that is owned by an enterprise account. Support entitlements are only required to create tickets associated with the enterprise account itself.

Viewing your recent support tickets

  1. Navigate to the GitHub Support Portal.

  2. In the header, click My Tickets.

  3. Optionally, to view tickets associated with an organization or enterprise account, select the My Tickets drop-down menu and click the name of the organization or enterprise account.

    Note: You must have an enterprise support entitlement to view tickets associated with an organization or enterprise account. For more information, see "Managing support entitlements for your enterprise."

    Screenshot showing the "My Tickets" dropdown menu highlighted in dark orange.

  4. In the list of tickets, click the subject of the ticket you want to view.

    Screenshot showing a list of support tickets. A ticket's subject, "Can't access my private repository," is highlighted in orange.

  5. Under the text box, you can read the comment history. The most recent response is at the top.

  6. Optionally, to translate the ticket comment, click and choose your preferred language from the dropdown menu. You can translate your support ticket into Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), or Spanish.

    Screenshot of a support ticket with the dropdown menu showing the options for translation highlighted with a dark orange outline.

Viewing your archived support tickets

You can only view archived tickets for an enterprise account.

  1. Navigate to the GitHub Support Portal.

  2. In the header, click My Tickets.

  3. Select the My Tickets drop-down menu and click the name of the enterprise account.

    Note: You must have an enterprise support entitlement to view tickets associated with an organization or enterprise account. For more information, see "Managing support entitlements for your enterprise."

    Screenshot showing the "My Tickets" dropdown menu highlighted in dark orange.

  4. Under the "My tickets" table, click View archived tickets.

Updating support tickets

  1. Navigate to the GitHub Support Portal.

  2. In the header, click My Tickets.

  3. Optionally, to view tickets associated with an organization or enterprise account, select the My Tickets drop-down menu and click the name of the organization or enterprise account.

    Note: You must have an enterprise support entitlement to view tickets associated with an organization or enterprise account. For more information, see "Managing support entitlements for your enterprise."

    Screenshot showing the "My Tickets" dropdown menu highlighted in dark orange.

  4. In the list of tickets, click the subject of the ticket you want to view.

    Screenshot showing a list of support tickets. A ticket's subject, "Can't access my private repository," is highlighted in orange.

  5. Optionally, if the issue is resolved, under the text box, click Close ticket.

  6. To respond to GitHub Support and add a new comment to the ticket, type your response in the text box.

    Screenshot of the "Add a comment" text field, highlighted in dark orange.

  7. To add your comment to the ticket, under the text box, click Comment.

Collaborating on support tickets

You can collaborate with your colleagues on support tickets using the support portal. Owners, billing managers, and other enterprise members with support entitlements can view tickets associated with an enterprise account or an organization managed by an enterprise account. For more information, see "Managing support entitlements for your enterprise."

You can also comment on tickets opened by someone else and associated with your enterprise account. To comment on a ticket associated with your enterprise account that was opened by another user, one of two conditions must be met:

  • An email address associated with your GitHub account is copied on the ticket
  • Your enterprise on GitHub Enterprise Cloud has a verified domain and the person who opened the ticket selected their verified-domain email

For more information about verifying a domain, see "Verifying or approving a domain for your enterprise" and "Verifying or approving a domain for your organization."

Requesting a callback

If your account includes GitHub Premium Support, you can request a callback for urgent or high priority tickets. From the ticket, click Request a callback from GitHub Support.

Requesting an escalation

If your account includes GitHub Premium Support, you can request to escalate a ticket if it was opened at a lower priority but the issue has become more urgent. From the ticket, click Request an escalation. For more information about requesting an escalation, see "About GitHub Premium Support".

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