How can I view my Jobs here?
Viewing jobs is just a matter of using the filters, which are the same filters on your Campaign-create tab, only with the additional filter here of "Campaign." On the main campaigns page you can click on your jobs count for a super quick preview of the jobs in the campaign, but for more in-depth job analysis, this tab is useful for looking at your jobs by category, location, or campaign. Also, you an export your jobs by using the export icon at the top left corner of the below jobs-list table.
Can I export my jobs for analysis offline in excel?
Yes, just click the export icon at the top left corner of the jobs-list table, just below the search filters.
For a campaign, can I see what jobs are being sponsored currently (today) and why?
The "%sponsored" feature on the campaigns tab, sets is so that the system is automatically sponsoring the bottom X% of jobs - specifically the jobs with the fewest "Applies Per Day" as this means that they are pacing slower than their peers in the same campaign. The currently sponsored jobs show with a green circle, and the currently unsponsored jobs show with a red circle. You can also see the post date of the job, the overall applies, and the Applies Per Day.
Is this a job-level performance report?
No, this jobs area is not a performance report at all, it's an area to see and understand your current jobs, but not your media performance. All of your performance reporting can be found in the R for reports tab.
What is the Edit Pencil icon for to the right of each job-row in the jobs list?
This is a nonfunctional currently in-development option. What we're building here in this pop-over, is the ability for you to control job-by-job, where each job is posted in terms of "ad hoc" job posting sites. This may be for one-off types of efforts where you don't have a large contract but you just want to post one job to one job board, such as Careerbuilder, Monster, Craigslist, or niche boards like Nurse.com, associated job boards, college job boards, diversity job boards, and so on. This also will be useful for worldwide job postings on sites like Naukri, Stepstone, TotalJobs, Reed, Seek, and so on. This will contain the entire SmartPost database of ad hoc job posting sites when it's completed in late Q4 of 2019.