2 votessteve shared this idea ·
Thanks for the suggestion. We looked into this a while back and will revisit.
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43 votessteve commented
We also do a lot of over-the-counter parts orders for our customers, and I can see where it is sometimes advantageous to simply create an invoice and attach the part order to that invoice, however, we also have a lot of times where the customer sees the part, and realized that it is too complicated for them to install themselves and requests an install. Having a Ticket already started prevents double invoices for the same item/service - Leave the job flow as is. It works.
This is totally a no-brainer, except, there are tons of implications. If we allow some HTML, what is the subset? Most of the formatting stuff? colors?
Once colors and sizing is allowed, does that carry through to the mobile view, to the template system?
It would take 5 minutes to put a wysiwyg on the ticket comment – but much much more consideration to do it really well in all the places ticket comments show up.
Keep voting and commenting..steve commented
I agree with Chris; don't make it easier to make a mistake and send a comment to the customer that they should not receive.