GoodTime Troubleshooting + End User Escalation Process
TL;DR: The document below outlines communication channels for knowledge-based questions, edge cases, and bug reporting relevant to GoodTime.
A recommended escalation process is also included below. Please use this structure as a guideline when determining communication best practices for your team. Our goal is to support your team in centralizing common questions and best practices for continued adoption and process improvement.
Recommended End User Escalation Process:
- Utilize your Internal Project Team (via Slack, Wiki, Email, etc.) to review knowledge-based questions or for support in troubleshooting scheduling blockers. To be used to escalate ongoing issues, address knowledge gaps, or submit larger feature requests for review.
- Reach out to GoodTime Support if your question is unanswered, if you are encountering a bug, or need on-the-fly support unblocking a scheduling issue.
- If you have a Product Suggestion please feel free to add your suggestion directly to the GoodTime Product board so that our product team can take your suggestions into consideration as they plan future GoodTime features and updates. Upvote some other wile you are there!
- Work with your CSM or your GoodTime Community CSM on uncovering continued knowledge gaps, high-impact bugs, or larger feature requests. We’re also here to consult on process improvements and alternative workflow development.
Internal Project Team
Your team may consider setting up an internal Slack channel, wiki page, or “help line” to support questions through GoodTime implementation and beyond. These resources may include members of the project team, end users (Coordinators and Recruiters) and operations or systems administrators.
We’ve seen success with Internal Project Teams managing questions around best practices and general knowledge-based questions, especially during the first month post-launch.
The GoodTime Support team is available 24/7 via chat and email (firstname.lastname@example.org). An overview of our Support team can be found on GoodTime’s Help Center here. This article includes SLAs, descriptions of ticket priority, and recommended details for your team to share when working with Support.
The purple “Chat” bubble at the bottom right hand of your GoodTime dashboard will appear once you’ve logged in. This chat bubble can be used for:
- Live troubleshooting / unblocking a scheduling question or scheduling issue
- Reporting bugs or delays within the GoodTime platform
- Asking questions around specific use cases or unique scheduling requests
Utilizing our Support team also helps with tracking common bugs and prioritizing issue fixes with our Engineering team.
Customer Success Manager (CSM) or GoodTime Community CSM
CSMs and GoodTime Community CSMs work alongside both Support and your Internal Project team. These experts will be your advocate for escalating high-impact bugs, discussing larger feature requests, and supporting change management and process improvement for scheduling edge cases.
If you have a dedicated CSM please reach out to them directly. If you are a member of the GoodTime Customer Community please email email@example.com and one of the GoodTime Community CSMs will reach out to you.