Textkernel released another new version of Jobfeed with new functionalities. Read about the newest changes and how we made Jobfeed even more user-friendly.
Easily search for only one part of a word (Jobfeed portal)
In Jobfeed you can now easily search for just a part of a word in the vacancies. Within all text input fields, such as job title/occupation, city, organisation and website you can use wildcards (asterisks) to search for a specific part of a word. Previously, the wildcard was only used to search for all words that start with a certain term. Now the wildcard works both ways. Below are some examples:
Wildcard at the end of a search term
If you search for book* you find all the terms that start with book, like bookseller, bookkeeper and booking
Wildcard at the beginning of a search term (new!)
If you search for *driver in job title you will find all the vacancies with a job title ending on driver, such as cabdriver and truckdriver.
Term between wildcards (new!)
If you search for *manage* in keywords, you will find all the vacancies with the word part “manage”, such as management and productmanager.
Analytics reports via e-mail (Jobfeed Analytics) Now users of Jobfeed Analytics can also receive a reconfigured periodical (daily, on working days, weekly or monthly) report via e-mail. Saved Analytics reports are now available in the tab “Search profiles” , where the e-mail alerts can be configured.
For example: You can also create your analysis (eg number of jobs per month per occupational group, measured over the last year) yourself and send it on the first day of a new month.
Analytics with percentages (Jobfeed Analytics)
In the past you could export totals and averages in Jobfeed Analytics. Now it is also possible to retain percentages (of the total). So you immediately see the percentage of your selection relative to the total.
For example: when you run an analysis on profession classes in 2013, you will immediately see the percentage market share of each profession class. For further information about Jobfeed Analytics, please contact Textkernel.