Ability to link a ticket to an alert with powershell

Right now, there is no possibility for alerts to reopen tickets and append them. Alerts always open a new ticket only (automation or manually).

To get around this limitation, I use an automated remediation script to open a ticket, or reopen a previous ticket, and put details in that ticket. However, when looking at alerts, there is no way to see that a ticket was created for that alert. Additionally, closing that ticket doesn’t close the alert.

Would be amazingly effective if powershell scripts could add a ticket number to an alert, after creating a ticket. This way, when the ticket is closed, the alert is closed. And, when someone looks over alerts, they can see and quickly go to the ticket.