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Managing resumes with Files search Assistant

 

Often I need to find some documents, in most cases applicants' resumes...

I just imagined, how I would have tried if I've used common Windows Searcher.  First, I should find the document, then view it, then make some notes and only after it go next. It would really take too much time. 

 

Introduction

 

Often I need to find some documents, in most cases applicants' resumes. They are stored in some folders, and there are thousands of them! Some from the websites in html-pages, some from e-mail messages, some simply in the text files, some were received in attachments in zip format, and the administrators haven't unpack them. And I am to sort them by some signs - applicants' skills, experience, age, gender and so on... 

 

I had used to do it manually, but it made me really tired - it's not easy to view all the files with different programs for several hours. 

 

But I decided, that it's possible to use some program, that can ease my work, for there are possibilities to find text abstracts in the Windows Searcher. I tried it, but found it doesn't mention some file formats. 

 


Managing Resumes with FSA

FLASH Demo


Files Search Assistant

 

Then I tried the Files Search Assistant. Sure, it made all the work much more easier! 

 

Major benefits

It allows to set some search parameters, to search in some (not the whole drive or a single folder, but really some folders!), and the best is the possibility to view files of many formats - I use many, but there was none it didn't open! 

 

Also great function - to sort all found files by relevancy! It allow to select preferable resumes as soon as they are found.

 

 

If I've used common Windows Searcher


I just imagined, how I would have tried if I've used common Windows Searcher.

 

First, I should find the document, then view it, then make some notes and only after it go next. It would really take too much time. 

 

But it's just a half of all process, also I would had to create the list of all found files, to copy them all one by one in separate folder, and to send it all to my boss with explanation what and where to search.

Search results

And after you find all you need, FSA may generate the HTML-file with the search criterions and with the file list with paths to all files, relevance and quotations from the source file, and it's quite useful, if you need, for example, to send the report to your boss. 

 

And if you need to group the files somehow, you may copy or move all or some found files to a separate folder, for example, completely suitable applicants - to "Completely" folder, partly - to "Partly" and so on... FSA allows you to do it directly from it's own shell.

 

 

If I've used common Windows Searcher


I just imagined, how I would have tried if I've used common Windows Searcher. 

First, I should find the document, then view it, then make some notes and only after it go next. It would really take too much time. 

 

But it's just a half of all process, also I would had to create the list of all found files, to copy them all one by one in separate folder, and to send it all to my boss with explanation what and where to search. 

 

 

Why choose FSA

 

So, I found that FSA really eases the search process of any documents:

  • it allows to search in several folders at once;

  • to search in the files already found but with other criterions;

  • to group the files by some signs;

  • to search in different files types, even in zip archives;

  • to create a report with everything necessary - path to the file, description and quotation from the file.

It seems, it's very hard to use it all, but in reality it appears very easy for a great user interface and help, which includes even flash tutorial! 

 

So, if you use the FSA, it will really ease your work process, make it faster and you'll have more time for other job, demanding real efforts.

 

 

 

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