Using the Search Function

A common feature that is available across all sections of JobReady.Live is searching.

It will come in handy if you need to search for individual records or a particular set of records.

We have two main search functionalities:

Global Search 

From the main toolbar, the Global Search bar is available from any area and you can input the name of any records, whether partially or in full and the system will find you all relevant records, as displayed on the below video.

You can then click on the resulting records to be taken to their individual page.

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Section Search

A more advanced search is available from each area in JobReady.Live.

This involves using available Filters, which allow you to narrow down your search results to get a particular set of records.

An example below illustrates how to find specific Job Seekers:


  • First, you head to the Job Seeker index page by clicking on All Job Seekers.


  • Once there, you click on the Add Filter button, and it will give you a list of available filters.


  • I want all Job Seekers whose name contains Jacob.


  • From those Job Seekers, only show me the ones that are marked as Job Ready.


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Further to that, you can also save your favourite search criteria.


You are able to mix and match any combination of filters. Because of this, your filters may become quite complex and if it is a data set that you require readily, the Saved Search will come in handy.


For example, for a Group Session, you are only interested in people who are aged between 15-21, not an Indigenous participants and are from Streams A to C


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After selecting any search filters, it is important to remember that you need to click Apply for the filters to take effect.

The search feature is ubiquitous in any JobReady.Live page, and if you master searching it will certainly improve your efficiency!

 

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