VCAP - Video Capture for Jira Service Management

for Jira Data Center 8.0.0 - 8.20.15 and more
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  • Supported
  • Jira Service Management

Simplify working on requests with Video Capture for Jira Service Management

Finding hard to understand your customer’s issues?

Try VCAP, your customers will have the possibility to record their screen and show you directly which issues they’re facing, speeding up a lot ticket processing.

Add video captures while opening a ticket or later

VCAP allows to add recordings while opening a new ticket or later: in both cases the recording will appear as an attachment, easy to watch and manage for the agent.

Watch the preview before sending the video

Once the recording is complete, the plugin allows the user to watch the preview and decide wether to discard it or to attach it to the ticket.

More details

Understanding issues from unclear, incomplete descriptions can be hard and slow down tickets processing for agents, who need to keep opened requests for a long time before actually getting to the point.

VCAP is a plugin designed for Jira Service Management that allows users to attach screen video recordings to tickets. Having the possibility to see directly what the customer sees and experiences with applications can speed up a lot agent’s work, giving them immediately a clear view of the issue.

VCAP enables a set of features on selected projects that can be used while opening a new ticket: the user is able to record the screen, have a look at the preview of the video and decide if discard or send over the recording, which will be attached to the ticket.

It is possible also to attach new video recordings to already opened tickets, they will always appear as attachments of the issue.

Privacy and security

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