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When you want to be more specific in your search, you can search by certain fields on the candidate profile, such as email addresses, locations, organizations, and schools. If you just want to learn about the basics of searching in Lever, click here.
As you can see below, clicking in the search box will actually display some examples of field-specific searches you can do. These are merely examples, and are not based on your individual search or user history.
Below is a complete list of all the specific fields you can search on, and examples of how to structure your search in order to make sure it works properly.
Searchable fields include:
Tags are case-sensitive, so if your search isn’t working, try changing the capitalization of your terms. Or, try using the tag filter on the left-side of the search results page.
You can use tag: or tags: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.
Try using the source filter on the left-side of the search results page.
You can use source: or sources: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.
|You can use location: or locations: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.|
|You can use org: or orgs: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.|
|You can use school: or schools: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.|
You can use email: or emails: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.
card:"4 - Strong Hire"
cards:"2 - Strong No Hire"
If you have customized this scoring system with text that’s different from the default, you may have to use that exact text in order to search by interviewer rating (e.g. card:“4 - Move forward to onsite interview”).
Try using the average rating filter on the left-side of the search results page.
You can use card: or cards: in front of your terms — both work in the exact same way.
When using fields in search, don’t include a space in between the field and the search term, and use quotation marks to search for a field with multiple words.
You can also search for multiple fields at once using boolean operators like AND, OR, and NOT, as well as parentheses for grouping search clauses. Note that these will only work when using the searchable text fields / operators as defined in the table above. See below for examples:
- tags:”Recruiting Lunch” AND sources:LinkedIn
- tag:Favorites OR tags:”Warm Prospect”
- (location:Orlando AND org:Microsoft) NOT tag:”Do not contact”
Click here to learn more about searching in Lever.