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You can filter the jobs by Pipeline, Status, or Search criteria to make it easier to find a specific job or jobs.

In this article, we'll focus on how to Filter jobs using the dropdown options provided; we'll cover Search in a separate, dedicated knowledgebase article.

The default filters

By default, the Jobs list shows incomplete jobs for all pipelines. In other words, any job where there's still an action to complete.

Note: The contents of the pipeline filter differ between companies. If you'd like additional pipelines, check out our guide to customising your pipelines.

Filter by Pipeline

You can think of pipelines as the type of job. If you want to see jobs relating to a specific job type, click on the pipeline filter then select the relevant option.

In this example, I'm filtering the job list to show only those for a specific job type: Asbestos Surveys.

Filtering jobs to show only asbestos surveys
Filtering jobs to show only Asbestos Surveys

Filter by Job Status

By default, only incomplete jobs are displayed on the jobs list. Incomplete jobs are defined as having one or more pipeline stage not marked as complete.

But there may be times when you want to view jobs with a specific status, for example completed jobs, or jobs with an issue. In these cases, you can use the Status filter.

Filtering jobs by status in the jobs dashboard
Filtering jobs to show those for a specific status

Filter by Pipeline and Job Status

Filtering the jobs list by pipeline first expands the options available in the job status drop down.

As shown below, the status list now includes each stage of the Asbestos Survey pipeline, enabling the list to show all jobs at a specific stage.

Filtering jobs by pipeline (job type) and status. Example filter shows asbestos survey jobs awaiting lab results
Filtering jobs by pipeline and job status
Note: Filtering by pipeline and/or status can obscure search results if used together. Learn more about Searching Jobs.