About this talk
GRAX Labs presents a first look into how to get GRAX support. With this latest update, we have improved your user experience in reaching support via the GRAX Application. GRAX customers can now easily submit a support request with a click of a button from the GRAX Application. By directly tying this support functionality with the application, this allows customers to easily demonstrate, record, and submit any errors they’d like to report to GRAX’s technical support team.
Watch this video to see how to report and submit a support request.
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Good afternoon. Joe Gaska, Head of Product at GRAX. I'm happy to announce today we've released support directly tied into the GRAX product.
If you experience an error, an exception, or simply want to contact support on the bottom left hand side in the menu, you'll notice ‘Get Support’.
Simply click the icon and there's two choices. The first choice enables diagnostics and reporting. You can demonstrate the error that's occurring and simply click ‘Get Support’.
To submit the issue directly to our support team, simply fill out the subject, fill out the description here, click ‘I'm Not a Robot’.
Submit it, and our support team will have all the information directly from your GRAX product, the error that you're experiencing, for quicker resolution.
Thank you very much!
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