This article reviews the benefits and how to use GeniusLink for Zendesk.
Benefits of GeniusLink for Zendesk
- Reduce the time to resolution for customers questions
- Reinforce and support the KCS methodology
- Improve the accessibility to MindTouch content across your organization which will help close cases, leads, and help improve the success of your customers
Search MindTouch content from within Zendesk
Upon loading a case, you'll see the MindTouch search interface on the right-hand side of the screen.
The top section of the search interface contains the site name and the search field.
Refine search results
On load, the Geniuslink integration displays 10 results. Click the Refine search drop-down menu to facet your search. Faceting makes it easier for your users to find the articles they are looking for.
When you scroll to the bottom of the search results, a Show more results button allows users to display 10 more results. If there are fewer than 10 results, search fetches the max results.
Link articles to cases
Once you find the article(s) you are looking to share with your customers, click the Link to Case button to link the article to the case. The article's URL is automatically populated in the comment field of the case:
Share articles with customers
Once you have linked the article(s) you want to share with your customer, click Public Reply to send an email to your customer containing the link to the article.
Create new articles in MindTouch from Zendesk
Reinforcing KCS best practices is key with any support agent interaction. The Zendesk integration allows your agents to create new article suggestions from case content so that you can build up your repository of solve/evolve documentation.
View MindTouch Insights in Zendesk
MindTouch Insights lets support agents see a full history of a customer's searches and page view activity. MindTouch Insights make it easy to understand the customer's mindset before they even submit a case. Agents can avoid sending duplicate articles to customers and check whether customers have visited articles that have been sent previously.