Maya Developer Hub Service Desk Guide

Streamlining Collaboration: A User's Guide to the Maya Developer Hub Service Desk

⚠️ Maya Developer Hub Service Desk is solely for SANDBOX.

For PRODUCTION concerns, reach us through the following channels:

Maya Developer Hub Service Desk or the ASKMAYADEV, is a ticketing tool streamlining the collaboration between Maya developers and external development partners. This tool serves as a channel for Maya to connect with you to:

  • Address your product-related requests and questions.
  • Offer technical assistance for non-production or sandbox matters and challenges.

⚠️ SANDBOX support is only available during regular office hours (09:00AM - 06:00PM GMT+8) on standard working days (Monday-Friday) , excluding Philippine holidays.

Acquiring access to the ASKMAYADEV

Gaining access to ASKMAYADEV is a straightforward process, outlined in three (3) simple steps:

  1. Share your valid and active email address with your Relationship Manager. This email address will be registered in ASKMAYADEV and will serve as the primary channel for receiving updates and notifications related to your tickets.

  2. Once your email address is registered, you will receive an invitation email containing a link that will guide you to the account setup page.

  3. Complete the provided form and submit it by clicking the Sign-up button.

Once your account is set up, you will be directed to the request form page, where you can choose from various options to address your concerns or create new tickets.

Creating a ticket

Here's a guide on how to create an ASKMAYADEV ticket:

  1. Visit Maya Developer Hub Service Desk .

  2. You will be directed to a login page where you should enter your registered email address. Once you've provided your email address, click Next.

  3. You'll then be prompted to enter your account password. Input your configured password and click Continue to proceed.

  4. After successfully logging in, you'll have access to a variety of options. Choose the one that best aligns with your objectives, whether it's addressing your inquiries or reporting an incident.

    Report an Incident

    Have you experienced timeouts or encountered unexpected errors while calling Maya's endpoint?

    If so, please use this category to report the incident. To aid in the investigation, we would greatly appreciate it if you could supply additional information, such as the specific error encountered and transaction details (including reference number, transaction type, date, and time).

    Raise a Product Inquiry

    Do you have inquiries regarding the solution or product's features and limitations that haven't been covered in the provided technical guides?

    If so, this is the ideal category for your needs. Please complete the form with preliminary details about your engagement or the solution you're considering. Additionally, sharing information about your customer journey can be valuable in helping us identify the most suitable solution for your specific use case.

    Report an Integration Problem

    Are you facing validation errors, such as issues with API keys, accounts, or payload validation?

    In such cases, this is the right ticket category to choose. Please ensure that you provide all the necessary details, such as the specific error encountered and transaction details (including reference number, transaction type, date, and time), to effectively address your concern.

    Create a new project/enhancement request

    Would you like to avail additional payment options or make updates to your nominated emails?

    Please submit your requests using this category, including details about the solution you are using and the specific changes you wish to implement in your existing setup in Maya.

  5. Once you've selected the ticket type you wish to create, you'll be guided to a form page where you'll be required to furnish additional details about your inquiry or concern.

Field NameDescription
Raise this request on behalf ofREQUIRED
By default, your email address is pre-populated in this field. If you are creating a ticket on behalf of another user, you have the option to modify this value. It's important to note that the other user must be a registered ASKMAYADEV user.
A brief and descriptive summary of the ticket that offers a high-level understanding of its purpose.
Partner / Project NameREQUIRED
An identifier indicating the organization or company that is integrating with Maya. Typically, partners include their company name or brand name in this field.
Solutions / ProductsREQUIRED
The solution or product you are using, which is relevant to the ticket you are currently creating.
Relationship ManagerREQUIRED
Your Relationship Manager, often referred to as RM, is your primary point of contact at Maya, typically your Account Manager or sales representative. You can search for your RM by entering the initial letters of their name in this field.
A text box that allows you to provide information about your inquiry or concern in a free-form manner.
A checkbox for specifying the environment in which you're experiencing the issue.

⚠️ Maya Developer Hub Service Desk is solely for SANDBOX.

For PRODUCTION concerns, reach us through the following channels:

A media selection tool that enables you to upload various artifacts, such as screenshots, logs, and documents, to assist in resolving the issue.
A good to have information to aid in identifying your merchant account within the Maya system (applicable for payment solutions only).

Additional Field

An additional field or text box will become available if you are creating a ticket within the following categories:

  1. Report an incident
  2. Report an integration problem
In this box, you can document the steps or actions you took when you encountered the error.

Monitoring your tickets

ASKMAYADEV uses your registered email to send notifications when creating and updating your tickets.

Here is a sample email notification after creating the ASKMAYADEV ticket successfully.

When there are updates or your contact person in Maya adds comments or replies to your tickets, ASKMAYADEV sends you an email notification that would look like this.

Monitor using the built-in dashboard

You can also go to Maya Developer Hub Service Desk and view your tickets via your dashboard.

  1. Click the Requests button at the top left corner of the page.

  2. Upon clicking the button, a drop-down menu will appear. Choose either of the options:

    1. Created by me: Displays all of the tickets you created.
    2. All: Displays all of the tickets created under the same organization.
      Consider a scenario where both you and your teammates have ASKMAYADEV access and are part of the same group or organization. In such cases, you can also monitor and review the status of their tickets.

Replying to tickets

In most cases, you need to reply via the ticket itself to provide additional information or clarification as asked by your contact support regarding the topic or concern.

To reply, visit the ticket you created using the redirect link from an email or via your dashboard in ASKMAYADEV. Then add your reply to the available text box.


In a rapidly evolving development environment, many of us opt for direct communication to ensure swift responses to inquiries and support requests. However, this approach may not be sustainable and can lead to inaccuracies or disorganized information exchanges. ASKMAYADEV encourages the systematic documentation of your concerns and offers tools to facilitate monitoring for each raised issue.