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OnlyRodd
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Case Escalation

Hello Expert,

 

I wonder how to retrieve an escalated case incident   then  search for look an  web role and finally  send an email to that web role.

 

What is the procedure to  escalate  a case incident and send email to supervisor .

 

Thank you!

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Case Escalation

 

Hi @OnlyRodd ,

 

Could you please provide more details about case incident?

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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OnlyRodd
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Re: Case Escalation

 

Is there 2 scenarios.

 

1-I case incident  exceed is SLA time 

 

 

2-is manually escalated by a client .

 

In both case ,  case incident status is modified to escalated status .

 

Then the  ticket to which the agent is assigned is notified by email.

 

In addition the email is send to supervisor of the agent.

 

 

Super User
Super User

Re: Case Escalation

@OnlyRodd you haven't said what you've tried so far, but the steps for the first scenario could be as follows. The recurrence trigger would run once a day. In the Get items action you only want the items where the DueDate is less than or equal to today, so add a filter query to do this: 
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Tthe email then goes to both the assigned to person and their manager:

 

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 Rob
Los Gallardos
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Super User
Super User

Re: Case Escalation

@OnlyRodd for the second scenario, copy the flow and change the trigger to a SharePoint "For a selected item".

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 In the Get items action delete the filter query.

In your SharePoint list you can then have a button to manually trigger this flow:

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 Everything else in the flow is that same as the first scenario.

Rob
Los Gallardos
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OnlyRodd
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Re: Case Escalation

good afternoon ,

 

I wonder why you are using share point in your flow ?

Super User
Super User

Re: Case Escalation

I use SharePoint for everything! And also because it does what you want your flow to do. You've got to store the case information, escalation status etc somewhere so SharePoint is a great option for this. You've not said what you've tried so far, if anything, so in the absence of this I gave you a solution that works using SharePoint.

Rob
Los Gallardos

 

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