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Get involved in the on-line discussions and resources around HelpMaster.  Share information about your experiences with the software, or working at a helpdesk, or your time in the ITSM industry.

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HelpMaster discussion board

Tap into the world-wide HelpMaster user community. Read and post messages regarding products in the HelpMaster suite. A great resource for product support, sharing information, files and ideas with other HelpMaster users.


ITSM and Customer Service Blog    


Read the latest blogs from the HelpMaster team.  We blog about life in the helpdesk, tips and tricks with HelpMaster, ITSM topics and general industry news and events.

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Report swap shop

Need helpdesk reports?  The reports swap shop is a place to discuss reporting, and swap custom reports built for HelpMaster.

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Email Manager and Priority Manager services by Josh B in Bugs!!! with 0 replies Recently we have had a number of problems with the Email Manager and Priority Manager.  We have worked through all of these issues on a case-by-c...

Maintenance release of HelpMaster, v17.16.28 is now available by Rod Weir in Announcements with 0 replies This release fixes a number of issues for version 17. For a detailed list of fixes, refer to the version history.   For a list of the major...

Categories for templates - Job, Action, Email by Rod Weir in Using HelpMaster with 0 replies Configuring HelpMaster is an on-going task that requires a good understanding of the business and the processes you're working with.  To assi...

New major release - HelpMaster v17 now available by Rod Weir in Announcements with 0 replies A new major release of HelpMaster, v17 is now available. This release includes many new and exciting features as well as many minor improvements, b...

Configuration Management by Guy in Using HelpMaster with 1 replies I looking people using Helpmaster for Configuration Management (CM) down to the Configuration Item (CI) level. How have you have built your CM tr...