There are multiple ways to obtain support from within your project. First and foremost, there is the Support link in the navigation on the left. Click it and fill in a form to create a ticket, which will reach your maintainer.
Secondly, if you happen to trigger a server error while working with Keboola Connection, there will be a button to contact our support in the error alert message.
In order to solve an issue or gain context regarding an application error, a technical support member may require access to your project. By default, Keboola support staff may join your project when requested, and they will appear in the member’s list marked by the Keboola badge:
Keboola technical support users are marked with the octopus badge. Maintainer users are not marked. Both will always have MFA enabled, their accounts always expire, and they are required to have a reason to enter the project. They also do not count towards the project limits.
Some organizations may prefer to have a starker demarcation for their projects with regard to access by the support team. To facilitate this transparency, we have introduced the option to require approval for all temporary access by Keboola support accounts and maintainers. The setting can be found in the organization details on the Account Settings page:
To disable Auto Join and require approval for support accounts, click the Change link to modify the settings, and uncheck the Auto Join checkbox.
The description for support access will reflect the current setting.
With Auto Join off, a joining support account will require approval by an existing project user in order to gain access. When a support user requests access, each active project user will receive an email notification:
The requesting user will appear in the user’s list as shown below. Any active project user can use the links provided in the requesting user’s row to either approve or reject the access request.
When the request is approved or rejected, the requester receives an email notification. If the request is approved, the requester becomes a user of the project. The list then shows both the reason stated in the request and also which project user approved the request.
In other words, when Auto Join is turned off for an organization, only the organization users and project users may access its projects. Every new user of the organization must be explicitly invited. Every new user of any of its projects must either be explicitly invited or be a user of the organization.