Configuring Support Manager General Settings Estimated Reading Time: 2 Minutes This page specifies how the Support Manager operates. General Settings encompass how the Support Manager functions at a high level.Access the General Settings PageFrom the Ubersmith Dashboard, click Settings.The Settings page appears.From the Support – General section, click General Settings. The General Settings page appears. Complete the Support Manager List Limit SectionIn the Support Manager List Limit field, enter the default number of tickets to display on one page of the Support: Ticket List. This configuration can be overridden at the user level.Complete the Support Manager Report Address SectionIn the Support Manager Report Address field, enter the email address to receive the daily Support Manager status report. Complete the Incoming Ticket Subject Matching SectionIn the Incoming Ticket Subject Matching field, select Yes if you want the system to attempt to match ticket responses by subject by default. This configuration can be overridden at the department level.Complete the Ticket Conflict Warning Timeout SectionIn the Timeout field, enter the number of minutes before users are no longer warned about ticket response conflicts. If you reply, comment, or follow up on a ticket, a warning displays on the page if another user has done the same, within the timeout length set.Complete the New Ticket Confirmation SectionSelect the Send confirmation field to email a new ticket confirmation when a ticket is submitted through the Client Portal. Complete the Outgoing Tickets SectionSelect the Require department selection if you want the Department field selection to be required for outgoing tickets. Complete the Avatar Settings SectionAvatars are graphics used to represent a user, such as a portrait or company logo. You can enable or disable avatars and gravatars in this section.In the Show Avatars field, select Never to not display avatars, In Admin Interface Only to display avatars in you Admin interface, or In Admin & Client Interface to display avatars in both your Admin interface and Client Portal. Once you enable avatars, users and clients can configure theirs.NoteSelecting either Admin Interface Only or Admin & Client Interface enables the Avatar field in the Support Manager Email & Signature section in the User Preferences page, which is where you upload your avatar.Save Your Configuration SettingsClick Update.