Your inbox contains all the chats and tickets for every property in your tawk.to account.
To view and manage your inbox on an iOS device, log in to your account in the tawk.to app. Then, select the Inbox icon in the lower-left corner of the navigation menu.
At the top of the screen you will find Chat and Tickets. Select a tab to view and sort all chats or tickets for your selected property by status, assigned type and date.
If you are looking for a specific chat or ticket, use the Filter & Sort feature in the upper-right corner. The icon appears as an inverted triangle with three lines.
Tap Filter & Sort to see two separate tabs for filtering and sorting.
The Filter has three options: Assigned Type, Status, and Advanced View.
All: View all chats/tickets regardless of the agent or department assigned.
Mine: Display only your own chats/tickets.
Assigned: Chats/tickets already assigned to a team member.
Unassigned: Chats/tickets with no assigned agent or department.
Departments: Chats/tickets assigned to a specific department.
Agents: View chats/tickets for a selected agent.
Any: All open, pending, and closed chats/tickets.
Open: Missed chats still waiting for an answer.
Pending: Answered chats/tickets which remain unresolved.
Closed: These are all resolved chat/tickets.
You will find two options under Advanced View: Trash for deleted chats/tickets and Spam for spam messages/tickets.
You can sort messages and tickets according to date of creation, most recent update, update status or priority.
To delete a chat, tap the button next to Filter & Sort in the upper-right corner. It appears as an icon with two checkboxes and a pen.
Tap the icon and select the chats you would like to delete.
After marking the chats, tap the Delete icon in the lower-right corner.
A confirmation message will pop up. Tap Delete to confirm.
To create a ticket, tap the Tickets tab in the upper right next to Chats.
In the lower right, tap the green plus (+) sign. A New Ticket Form will appear.
Fill in the necessary details including the Recipient Name, Recipient Email, Subject and Message.
In the Assignee area, you can select the Departments, Agents, and Priority and add Tags.
If you need to add Attachments, tap the paper clip icon in the lower-left corner next to Create Ticket.
It will give you options to Pick from Photos, Take Photo, or Pick a File.
After you have entered the information for the ticket, tap Create Ticket.
To edit a ticket, tap the checkbox and pen icon in the upper-right corner next to Filter & Sort.
Select one or more tickets by tapping the circles in the left column. Three buttons will appear in the lower right of the screen: Delete, Spam and Close Ticket. Choose one of the three options.
After the pop-up message appears, tap the confirmation button.