You can get answers to your Tines questions via our Community Slack, in-product chat, Tines Explained, Tines University, and email.
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In-product assistance and tines Explained
You can access in-product help by clicking "Help and Support" and selecting "Chat with Support" on the bottom left of your screen. Click on "Help" to access Tines Explained.
You can also contact the Tines support team, who will reply via chat.
The University is the primary resource for assistance with building in Tines, including information on self-hosting, action types, API, and formulas. Within the University, you can search across blogs, docs (including API), the library, and video lessons, and if necessary, create a case for the Tines Support team.
If an issue with Tines affects multiple cloud-hosted customers, details will be provided at https://status.tines.com regarding the status, resolution, and cause of the issue.
Once a case is created via the University, correspondence with the Tines Support team will be via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will receive an email acknowledgment with a case number.
To update the case and the Tines Support team, please reply via email.
If you can't access your tenant, you can check https://status.tines.com for updates.
You can click here to raise an emergency support request if you still need urgent assistance.
Important Note: Abuse of this facility may result in suspending support services.
This is available for paying customers of Tines only.
When working with support, you work with a team that mitigates a single point of failure. We operate across multiple channels and are available 8x5 or 24x5, depending on your support contract. We also provide a query number. Once there is a number, there is an owner for your query.
Finally, we use your queries and our responses to enhance our training and technical content, which benefits all the users of Tines.