What are Job Tags


They are a fast and simple way to organize your job postings. They can be used whether those jobs are online or offline, in a specific region or department, or pending approval. The sky is the limit when it comes to using Job Tags - get as creative as you want in finding new ways to let your organizational prowess shine through.


Creating Job Tags


Job tags are user defined. Users with Manager, Admin and Account Owner access can create, edit and manage job tags. You can create a new tag from the dashboard, or on the create/edit job posting page.


From the Dashboard

To create a new tag from the dashboard, click into the space below the job title that says no tags - click to add and start typing away. You can add tags that are single words or phrases. When you're done creating the new tag, simply hit the TAB key or RETURN or ENTER key. Add as many tags as you want to a single job title.


From the Create/Edit Job Page

To create a new tag from the create/edit job posting page, either create a new job or click on the dropdown menu next to the job posting title and select Edit Job. Scroll down to the Tags field and start typing to create your first tags. You can add tags that are single words or phrases. When you're done creating the new tag, simply hit the TAB key or RETURN or ENTER key. Add as many tags as you want to a single job title. Make sure to save your changes!



Filtering by Job Tags


Once you've added tags to your jobs, you can filter your dashboard view to see jobs with one or more tags. (You may need to hit the Dashboard button to refresh the page in order for the Filter menu to appear.) To filter jobs, simply select the online/offline status and select one or more tags from the tag filter. The dashboard will update your view in real time as you make your filter selections. 

The system will also remember your job filters on the dashboard so you'll see exactly what you want to see every time you navigate back to the dashboard. To clear the filter, just click on the X"


How will you use job tags take the organizational style of your job postings to a new level?