FourFourSeconds ago, we wrote about CSGO issue tracker CSGOticketNetwork.
The project aims to help ticket network owners track issues and provide solutions for issues.
Today, we’re excited to announce a new feature for the issue tracker.
As part of our partnership with ticket network operators, ticket network members will now have a central point of entry for tracking issues.
This is an exciting development for ticket network users as it will make it easier for them to find issues and make the right decisions on the spot.
In the past, they would have to wait for their team members to find out about an issue, or try to find a solution, before making an issue discovery.
Today’s announcement also includes an update to our new issue tracking system, which is based on ticket network metadata.
The new system allows ticket network admins to track and resolve issues more quickly and easily.
The updated system also allows ticket networks to track their own issues and report issues to the community.
All ticket network administrators can now create a ticket and upload a profile to the ticket network.
The profile is available on the ticket dashboard, which can be accessed by navigating to the user interface, selecting a profile, and clicking the “new” button.
Once created, the profile allows the administrator to quickly filter issues by a specific identifier, as well as report the issue to the CSGO community.
The ticket will also contain the following information:Issue number, severity, severity score, ticket ID, and the status of the ticket.
The CSGOissue tracker currently only includes ticket IDs from ticket network partners, which we hope to expand in the future.
We hope to see these improvements make their way into the next major update to CSGO.
For now, please keep the issues tracker running and keep an eye out for our upcoming announcements on CSGO and esports.