Saving Applicant Searches

You can create a query that will filter the list of applicants down to only show those you want to see. These queries can be saved and reused at any time.

Go to Students > Applicants


This is where you look for specific applicants, or for groups of applicants whose profiles all match the conditions you set.


Create a new filter


The controls on the "Applicants" screen allow you to restrict who is displayed on the search results tab. As you select options such as grade level, status, location, and so on, the system will automatically trim the list of displayed users, so that the only applicants you'll see are those who match the conditions you set.

All of the tags that have been created for every applicant are shown in the "Tags" section. Click on a tag to make it a filter criterion - the only profiles that will display are those which feature the selected tag(s).


Set filter conditions

The options selected at the top of the list of applicants will define which users are displayed (and which are hidden).

Set "And" vs. "Or" selection

At the lower-right, select either "OR" or "AND" filtering results.

"OR" means the list of names below the filters will display any profile which matches at least one of the selection criteria.

"AND" means that only those profiles which mean all of the selection criteria will appear.


Save your filter settings

Click "Save Filter Settings" at the lower left if you want to re-use the same combination of selection criteria again in the future. Give your filter a name.


Load an existing filter

After saving a filter, it will be available in the navigation window at the left after you click "Applicants." Simply click the name of a saved filter to load it. Note that as more and more applicants use the system, the list of profiles will change over time even if the filter remains the same.

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