Trouble viewing the images? Login to AACP Connect to view the post and/or open the attached PDF.Hello colleagues,In this edition of The More You Know: WebAdMIT Edition, we are focusing on Lists.BACKGROUNDWebAdMIT allows you to group and manage applicants by common criteria. Once you create a list, you can access it as needed and perform various actions. Lists are dynamic and update as your applicant pool changes. The List Manager allows you to create the following two types of lists:
FIELD LISTSField lists are used to search for applicants using "and/or" criteria. For example, a user can create a list that contains female applicants who are in-state (i.e., female and in-state) or a list that contains applicants who reside in a regional area (i.e., MA or CT or VT or RI).
COMPOSITE LISTSComposite lists are more advanced and query for applicants that match several criteria and/or several other criteria simultaneously. Specifically, they allow users to combine "any" and "all" functions in one list (i.e. the ability to mix "and" and "or" functions in one list). For example, a user can create a list that contains:
KEY TAKEAWAYSLists can be used to find applicants that meet your requirements. Lists can also be used to isolate new applicants. To do this, you can incorporate Local Statuses. Once you've worked with an applicant, place them in a Local Status. You can then use the List Manager to keep track of new verified applicants who have not yet been reviewed and placed in a Local Status.RESOURCESThe following sections of the WebAdMIT Help Center may also be helpful for users:
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