When we introduced the new profile design and condensed categories, the ability to filter by subcategory disappeared from the search page. We realize that this has been a little jarring for some, and we’re working on making the search more intuitive. In the meantime, here are a few tips you can use to find the jobs you want now.
Search With Keywords
Enter a keyword or key phrase specific to the job you want. For example, if you’re looking for a video editing job, enter “video editing” in the search box and then if needed, filter results by category. Search Jobs
Use Quotation Marks
When searching for more than one word, and you want the exact term found, put the words inside of quotation marks. For example, enter “web design” instead of web design. This will prevent you from getting results for both words web and design.
Set Up Saved Searches
Streamline your job hunt by saving searches that match your skills. Conduct independent searches to locate different jobs you want.
Check Your Listed Skills
Project matches are based on the skills you have listed in each of your services. Remove any skills that aren’t directly related to your work. This will make your matches more accurate!