When building a search in IQX, you can put the criteria on the left or the right hand side of the screen. What is the difference?

  • The Left side of the search screen is for criteria that must be met.
  • The Right hand side of the screen is for listing the variable criteria where you only need any one of the criteria to be met.

For example: You many be searching for a candidate who must be a car owner – this criteria would therefore go on the left side of the screen.

However, the candidate can have an address within either Herts, Beds, Bucks or London. So you would pull up four Address criteria boxes and drag them onto the right side of the screen, placing one address choice in each box.

To make understanding this process easier, we recommend that you always click on the Hints button when building a search. This button makes no difference whatsoever to the results of your search. What it does do is lay the screenout in a clearer way by put a dividing line down the middle of the screen and labelling whether the search is looking for All Of or Any Of the criteria used. Try it and you will find it definitely helps.

See also
Search for candidates.
How do I build a search in IQX that has TWO (or more) variables? .
There is the blank grey square button immediately to the left of every criteria..

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  • faq8-01.txt
  • Last modified: 2018/01/18 11:31
  • by ivan