When logged into the web dashboard, you can easily search through Candidate batches from the past thirty days by utilizing our Search functionality. To narrow your results, we recommend utilizing boolean operators to write specific search queries. We’ve rounded up some handy tips for utilizing boolean search in Underdog.io below:
1. We’ve made the following candidate attributes searchable: resumes, names, skills, and summaries. To limit results by attributes, utilize the filtering options in the sidebar. To learn more about our built-in search filters, consult our article Searching Candidates.
2. Use quotation marks and the boolean operators AND, OR, and NOT to write effective queries. These operators must be capitalized for queries to run properly. Examples:
ruby AND rails
ruby OR rails
ruby AND NOT rails
"ruby on rails"
For multi-word queries, quotation marks and the AND operator produce the same results:
"product manager" = product AND manager
3. You can utilize parenthetical statements to combine multiple queries. Examples:
python AND (django OR flask)
kubernetes AND docker AND mysql AND (redis OR memcached)
If you have additional questions about writing effective search queries, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We're here to help!