There are several different attributes that you can filter on in Prospects.
Resume keywords: See section below
Last contact: Includes sequences, manually logged touchpoints, and emails outside of Gem
Sequence activity: Opens, Clicks, Replies, Did not Open, Reply Status
Due dates: Reminders that you've set for yourself in Gem
Greenhouse activity: Actions your team has taken in this ATS
Projects: Projects the prospect is in
Sequences: Sequences the prospect has been sent
Who added to Gem
Years of experience: Absolute amount of time spent at jobs
Graduation year: Years since Graduation
Job Title: Most current job title
Company: Where the candidate works or worked previously
Location: Where the candidate is located
Gender: Based on name (if we are not sure, we set this to 'Not Set')
School: Where the candidate attended University or College
Field of Study
Has email address
You can perform more complex searches using the Resume Keywords filter. This filter allows you to use Boolean logic, meaning you can combine keywords with operators such as "AND", "NOT", and "OR" during your search. Here are some ways to use Boolean logic with your searches:
Quoted searches: For an exact phrase, enclose the phrase in quotation marks. For example, type "product manager". Gem only supports normal straight quotation marks.
NOT searches: Type the word NOT (capital letters) immediately before a search term to exclude it from your search results. For example, "programmer NOT manager".
OR searches: Type the word OR (capital letters) to see results that include one or more items in a list. For example, "sales OR marketing OR advertising”.
AND searches: AND searches: Type the word AND (capital letters) to see results that include all items in a list. This typically limits your search results. For example, "accountant AND finance AND CPA".
Parenthetical searches - To do a complex search, you can combine terms using parentheses. For example, to find people who have "VP" in their profiles, but exclude "assistant to VP" or SVPs, type VP NOT (assistant OR SVP).