In this guide, learn how to submit a support ticket to the Adobe Commerce Help Center and provide shared access to the Magento accounts.
The Knowledge Base part of the Adobe Commerce Help Center has migrated to the Adobe Experience League portal. When you create a support ticket, related Knowledge Base articles will be suggested to you, along with other relevant Adobe Commerce documentation from the Adobe Experience League.
Major Update: October 14, 2022
The Adobe Commerce Help Center is a support portal for Adobe Commerce, where qualifying customers can submit and manage support tickets. It is also
Adobe Commerce Ticketing System allows working with support tickets to address the particular issues you are experiencing while working with Adobe Commerce – for all Adobe Commerce products.
Logging in allows you to submit, update, and respond to questions from agents on support tickets.
To log in to the Adobe Commerce Help Center, follow these steps:
Use your Magento Account credentials to log in. For more information, see Your Magento Account in our user guide.
Once successfully logged in, you may submit a support ticket using the Help Center start page, your Magento Account page, and your Magento Cloud Account page.
To submit a new support ticket using the starting page of Adobe Commerce Help Center, follow these steps:
Go to Adobe Commerce Help Center.
Click Submit a ticket at the upper-right corner.
Fill in the fields.
You must log in to the Help Center using your Magento Account in order to submit a support ticket. Until you are logged in, the Submit a ticket button will not be displayed.
To submit a new support ticket using your Magento Account page, follow these steps:
Log in to your Magento Account. See detailed instructions in our user guide.
Click the Support tab.
The Help Center start page loads for you.
Click Submit a ticket in the upper-right corner.
Fill in the fields.
To submit a new support ticket using your Magento Cloud Account page, follow these steps:
The fields, marked with a red asterisk ( * ), are required and must be filled in. If you leave any of those fields empty, you will not be able to submit your ticket.
See Ticket fields explained below for more detailed information.
You access the Adobe Commerce Help Center and want to submit a support request, but the Submit a ticket link is not displayed on the Help Center start page.
One of the following might be the cause:
The Submit a ticket link will only be displayed for customers with an email linked to a valid support agreement.
To be able to use shared access account to submit support tickets, you need to perform the following (this needs to be done only once):
If you don’t have Shared Accounts under the Switch Accounts drop-down list, but you are working for a client who has an Adobe Commerce license, please ask them to grant you Shared Access. For more details review Provide shared access to Magento Account.
If you are an Adobe Commerce license owner, please verify that you don’t have an invoice with Pending Payment status. Support entitlements are automatically granted or revoked according to invoice payment status.
How To Check Your Payment Status:
We provide support only to Adobe Commerce license owners and accounts which have Shared Access to an account with an Adobe Commerce license. If you need support for the Magento Open Source edition, please utilize these self-help technical resources:
If you are having issues logging in to your account or believe Shared Access was set up correctly, but you still cannot see Submit a ticket button, please email Help Center login issues, and we will gladly review your account settings and support entitlements.
You won’t be able to submit a support ticket if you receive the Please verify your email address error similar to the one below on the Magento Account page.
The solution is to validate your email address:
Click on the Validate Email button below the Email field on the Edit Account Information page similar to the one below.
Clicking the Validate Email button will send an email to the email address registered for this Magento Account with a link to validate the email address.
Click on the email validation link to validate your email and resolve this issue.
If you do not receive an email with an email validation link, please email Help Center login issues and indicate that you cannot validate your email address.
This only applies to the email validation link from https://account.magento.com (Magento Account page). If you are not receiving an email validation link from https://accounts.magento.cloud/user (Cloud Account page), please submit a support ticket using the standard process.
Prerequisites: you have a shared access account granted by a merchant.
Steps to reproduce:
The merchant corresponding to the shared account is listed in the Organization options.
The merchant corresponding to the used shared account is not available in the Organization options.
After having been granted shared access from the merchant, you need to take the following steps (only once):
Your tickets are those that you:
To list all your tickets, click your profile menu (upper-right corner) on the Help Center start page and select My tickets.
To switch between your tickets and the tickets you have been CC’d on, click the corresponding tab:
To sort tickets, click Created or Last Activity column headers.
To find tickets, type your search query in the Search tickets field and press Enter on your keyboard. Select a status for additional filtering.
You may follow the support tickets submitted by the members of your organization.
When you follow your organization tickets, you:
To follow/unfollow tickets for an organization:
Login is required to access the Adobe Commerce P1 hotline article which provides the P1 hotline numbers for Adobe Commerce when seeking help during a P1 incident and explains what information to provide.
Link to the environment where the Adobe Commerce support team would be able to see your problem. Make sure to start the URL with “http://” or “https://”.
Attach logs, screenshots, video recordings, or any other media that may better illustrate your problem.
URL must begin with “https://”. It will typically be in the format: merchant name +“.mcom.magento.com/admin/login”, example, “https://luma.mcom.magento.com/admin/login”.
You can also put the direct link related to your issue.
Emails of the persons whom you want to follow your ticket (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org).
You may add emails of the persons who do not have a Magento Account or a Zendesk account; these persons are still able to contribute to the conversation in your ticket.
To add several emails to CC:
To delete emails from CC: click x in a framed email.
Please provide the URL for the Cloud Project Web UI, for example,
https://<region>.magento.cloud/projects/<project-key>. If you have access to the Onboarding UI, please make sure that you provide the Cloud Project Web URL specified at
<xyz> is the unique onboarding project ID), not the URL to the Onboarding UI itself.
Another method to obtain the Project URL is as follows:
Contact reasons vary by product. Choose which contact reason best fits the symptoms you are experiencing. Refer to the Support ticket Contact Reason descriptions article to learn more about what contact reason you should choose.
Select the type of integration you have within MBI. This will help our engineers to more efficiently solve your issue.
Include an overview of your problem with as many details as you find reasonably possible.
Please provide precise details, steps to reproduce (except for Adobe Commerce on-premises and cloud infrastructure, where there is a separate Steps to Reproduce field), and symptoms of your issue or request. Be sure to include any affected SKUs, relevant data points, and any other relevant links.
Select the environment type on which you face the problem:
Read more about Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure environments in the Pro architecture article in our developer documentation.
Please specify your deployment method:
This field will only appear after you’ve selected Contact Reason = Adobe Commerce Cloud Application, followed by Adobe Commerce Application Contact Reason = Live Search.
Select the range of orders that are affected.
This is a drop-down and only applicable for Order Management product.
Indicate the organization you would like your ticket to be associated with – in case you work with several organizations.
This field appears when your account is associated with more than one organization.
You must ensure that you have selected the correct organization. A third party who is not related to the organization would be able to view potentially sensitive and proprietary information, if you select the wrong organization.
In addition, this would allow us to quickly cross reference similar/duplicated/related tickets submitted for this organization in the past and identify clues that might help with investigating and resolving the current ticket.
If you do have Shared Access to multiple organizations but this field is not available, refer to https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/commerce-knowledge-base/kb/help-center-guide/magento-help-center-user-guide.html#merchant-not-displayed
Select the type of Adobe Commerce product you are working with:
For Partners: Merchant Name is the name of your Customer.
Link to your Project Web Interface.
Give exact step-by-step instructions to reproduce your problem, including:
Recommendation: Assume that you are writing these steps for someone who knows nothing about Adobe Commerce:
Write in simple language, with short sentences.
Include a short overview of your problem (for example, Error 404 on all pages ).
Suggested articles: When you input the search term, a list of Adobe Commerece documentation articles that might be related to your problem display. Click an article in the list to open it.
Recommendation: Please carefully consider the proposed articles, they might contain the solution you are expecting to receive from the Adobe Commerce support team.
Please select the Adobe Commerce version you are requesting help with. All supported versions of Adobe Commerce are listed at the top. Unsupported versions are listed at the bottom with parentheses. If you are in the process of migration, please select the latest version to ensure you are supported.
To find the version of your Adobe Commerce (cloud infrastructure), scroll down your Project Web Interface page and check the lower-left corner.
To obtain this information, in the Adobe Commerce Admin, go to Marketing > Live Search > GraphQL Playground, scroll down to the bottom of the page, then click on HTTP HEADERS.
Your ticket may have either of these three statuses.
Your ticket is not solved and is being processed by the Adobe Commerce support team. When you have provided all the info that is expected from you at a particular step in the conversation, and the next step needs to be taken by Adobe Commerce support, your ticket has the Open status.
Adobe Commerce support is expecting information from you.
In your reply, you may specify additional technical details of your issue, provide escalation details, or state if the solution, offered by Adobe Commerce support, has proved helpful for your issue. Make sure you provide your replies as soon as you can since Adobe Commerce support cannot proceed with processing your ticket while it is in the Awaiting your reply status.
Reference the Adobe Commerce support ticket lifecycle policy update article for details about timing and notification policy.
Adobe Commerce support has provided a solution for your issue, and you have agreed it has been helpful. It is you who marks the ticket as Solved. If the fixed issue occurs again, you may reopen the ticket, setting its status to back to Open.
Conversation in your ticket unites all comments written by you or the Adobe Commerce support team. Comments are displayed from latest (on top) to earliest (bottom).
To add a comment to the conversation, follow these steps:
Scroll to the bottom of your ticket.
Click the Add to conversation field to start writing.
To add a person to your comment, specify the email in the CC field of the comment field.
Once you are finished with your comment, click Submit.
To resolve your ticket, click Mark as solved at the bottom of your ticket.
Opening a follow-up ticket will ensure that the original issue is linked to the follow-up ticket for continuity.
To open a follow-up ticket, click the “create a follow-up” link at the bottom of the ticket you wish to create a follow up to.
You may grant limited access to your account for other Magento Account holders. In particular, using the shared access functionality, you may provide privileges for trusted employees and service providers to use your Help Center account so that they could work with your support tickets.
You can provide and manage shared access using your Magento Account page at https://account.magento.com.
Only the Account Owner (Primary Account Holder) with the according privileges can provide shared access for other users.
Managing users and their access is the customer’s responsibility, especially in the shared access perspective. Thus, the Adobe Commerce support team cannot provide shared access to a Magento Account on behalf of a Customer. Customers are encouraged to add users with shared access themselves, using the Magento Account page.
Users who have been provided with shared access cannot transfer or grant such access to other users.
To find out who is the Owner of your Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure Account, follow these steps:
Access your Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure Project Web Interface.
Click the gear icon (Configure Project) next to your Project Name (upper-left corner).
Go to the Users tab.
Find the user who is mentioned as the Account owner.
If, for any reason, the steps above are not applicable to you, and you are still not sure who your Account Owner is, contact your Adobe Commerce Customer Success Manager (CSM).
See the Sharing Your Account section of Adobe Commerce User Guide for detailed steps on setting up a shared account.
After providing shared access for a new user, the related information is available in Shared Access > Manage Permissions of your Magento Account page.
Log in to your Magento Account at https://account.magento.com.
In the panel on the left, under Shared Access, choose Manage Permissions.
Find the user to revoke shared access from and click in the user’s row (Actions column).
Click Delete User to revoke access or X in the top corner to cancel revoking.
You may also revoke shared access using the Edit menu:
Log in to your Magento account at https://account.magento.com.
In the panel on the left, under Shared Access, choose Manage Permissions.
Find the user to revoke shared access from and click Edit in the user’s row (Actions column).
Click Delete This User at the bottom of the page.
In the confirmation popup, click Delete User to revoke access or X in the top corner to cancel revoking.
To use the shared access provided for you, follow these steps:
Log in to your Magento Account at https://account.magento.com.
Click the Switch Accounts menu and select an account.
To know which account you are currently using (your own native account or shared access), see the Switch Accounts menu: it displays the active account.
Please refer to the Shared access troubleshooting article in our support knowledge base.
Merchants typically pay for our services by a credit card (CC) transaction, and this Billing FAQ for Adobe Commerce is a resource to assist you when you pay your bill.
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