Emojis to Transition/Update Tickets with Slack

Falit Jain
July 5, 2024
5 min read

Emojis to Transition/Update Tickets with Slack

Emojis can be set to update tickets in Slack. Want to modify tickets within Slack? Select your favourite emoji, change the priority, status, label, or custom field.

What are we looking for?

Using emojis to transition or update tickets in Slack can lead to ambiguous or unintended actions if not properly mapped and understood by all users. The lack of clear visual confirmation or context might result in errors or miscommunications. Ensuring everyone is familiar with the specific emoji mappings and their corresponding actions is essential to avoid confusion and maintain workflow integrity. Additionally, securing the process to prevent unauthorised transitions is crucial to maintain ticket integrity.

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If there are some teams or tasks you would prefer not to schedule on PagerDuty, Jira, etc.

You can make these Round-Robin Rotations directly within Slack using Pagerly.

Users, groups of users, and teams can all be rotated.


Error Handling

Implement mechanisms to manage errors in emoji processing or ticket updates.

Permission Controls

Restrict who can use emojis for ticket updates based on user roles.

Logging and Auditing

Maintain logs of ticket updates triggered by emojis for tracking and auditing purposes.

User Training

Provide guidance on the appropriate use of emojis for ticket management.


Ensure secure access and update mechanisms for ticketing systems through Slack emojis.

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