Within GoProfiles, your workspace has its own team directory. The team directory is a great tool for if you are looking to set up a meeting cross departmentally, but you don’t know who all is involved in the department you are reaching out to. There are a few different ways you can go about using the team directory. Results are automatically set to be A-Z alphabetically, but you can choose to change this. Your results can be organized A-Z, Z-A, most recent start date, and oldest start date.
Filter by Location
On the left column, the first filter option is to search by location. You can be as broad as a specific country, or as specific as a certain city. You can include as many search options as you would like. For example, if you want to search for employees in either the United States or Canada, you can include both of these in the search terms. All employees based in either region will be included within the search results. If you have already included the country that a specific city or region is in, you will not be able to include that specific city or region. For example, if I want to search for users within the United states, I cannot also search for users in Minnesota because they are already included in the search parameters “United States”.
Filter by Department
The next search parameter you will see is the departments. This will allow you to find contacts within different departments. You will be able to see ALL users with the specified department(s) and you can choose which level of user you would like to contact from that department.
Filter by role type
The third quick access option is to filter by role type. This can be super useful if you’re looking for the manager of a specific department versus just anyone in that department.
Searching via the search bar
If the criteria provided within the quick access search term dont fit your needs, you can use the search bar to complete your search. The search bar allows for you to search by any professional information on their page – department, name, role, or location. The default search is alphabetically A-Z. This also allows for you to search out a specific user if you have no other information besides their name.