This article shows how to use the filters and search features to identify jobs and view job details.
By default, we show you all Active jobs on the Jobs page. You can change the Active jobs filter at the top of the page to view the Activity log or Completed jobs, which is described in more detail below. For now, we'll focus on how to use the subfilters and search to identify jobs.
Beneath the primary filter (set to Active jobs in the picture below) are three subfilters: All time, All providers, and All status, and Search (magnifying glass icon). The All time filter can be changed to a specific timeframe, so only jobs within that timeframe are shown. The All providers filter can be changed to a specific provider so only jobs for that provider are shown. The All statuses filter can be changed to only show specific statuses (e.g., Conflict) rather than all.
In addition, you can use the search field to search for specific identifiers or text within a job. For example, you can search for the Job # to identify a specific job. Click a job to view the job details.
To view all of your completed jobs, change the primary filter at the top of the page from Active Jobs to Completed jobs. By default, all completed jobs are displayed. You can use the All time and All providers subfilters and search to identify specific jobs. Jobs that have been Marked as complete but are still being matched will show with the status Verifying. Once matching is complete the status will be changed to Completed. Click a job to view the job details.
The activity log is where you can view all account activity. By default, we show you all activities organized by most recent to least. You can use the All time and All providers subfilters and search to identify specific jobs. Click a job to view the job details.
In the left nav menu, you will find a magnifying glass. You can perform a text search across your entire account here. Results with matches will be returned.