Deleting Tickets

You may want to delete a ticket for a variety of reasons such as spam, testing, legal, or data analysis. Delete individual tickets from the footer menu or in bulk from your Tickets List. 

To delete a single ticket:

  1. Go to the ticket you want to delete.
  2. Click the Show More icon from the footer menu.
  3. Click Delete.
  4. (Optional) Click Block User to also block the user from submitting tickets in the future. 
  5. Click Delete ticket to confirm.

To delete multiple tickets:

  1. Click the Tickets icon in the side panel.
  2. Hover over the user icon on a ticket and click the checkbox. 
  3. Repeat step 2 to select multiple tickets.
    Note: You can click Select all tickets in page to select up to 50 tickets at once. 
  4. Click Delete at the bottom of the page. 
  1. (Optional) Click Block User to block the user from submitting tickets in the future. 
  2. Click Delete Ticket
Deleting a ticket removes it from your Wix Answers account, but does not delete it from your customer's mailbox. 

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Block spammers and abusive users from using your support channels by banning them. When you ban a user they can no longer send or receive tickets via your support channels. You can unban them later if needed. To ban a user:Go to a ticket from the user you'd like to ban.  Click the Show More icon  next to the user's name at the top right. Click Ban user. Click Ban this user. To unban a user:Go to a ticket from the banned user. Click the Show More icon  next to the user's name at the top right. Click Unban user.Note:You can also ban and unban users from your Contacts page.

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