Job Application Tracker to stay organized in your job search & keep research in one place
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Job Application Tracker to stay organized in your job search & keep research in one place

Quickly add job posting links to this page using the Coda web clipper (or manual copy/paste). You can also add other details, like information about how to apply, which contacts you might be able to reach out to.
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Step 1:
Explore opportunities

Here’s how

Manually add new posting
Job postings
2
Company Name
Job Post Description
Job Post Link
Application Type
1
Apple
Apple Pay, Product Manager - Jobs at Apple
Referral
3
Coda
Product Manager at Coda
Company Web Form
There are no rows in this table


Step 2:
Add more job details

Here’s how
Role
Contact(s)/Info
Type/Tags
Motivation
Enthusiasm
Add Notes Page
Link to notes
Status
Delete
1
Maria Lee maria@codadoc.io
hybrid
global opps
1. Dependable
+ New Note
3. Need to Apply
2
Arjun
remote-first
1. Dependable
+ New Note
3. Need to Apply
3
Molly
remote-first
3. Dream
+ New Note
2. Networking
4
Lola
hybrid
1. Dependable
+ New Note
3. Need to Apply
5
global opps
hybrid
2. Development
+ New Note
1. Researching
6
Sasha
global opps
1. Dependable
+ New Note
1. Researching
7
Yulin
contract/temp
2. Development
+ New Note
4a. Active: Initial Phone Screen
8
contract/temp
1. Dependable
+ New Note
4b. Active: In-progress
9
Letisha
hybrid
2. Development
+ New Note
4c. Active: Awaiting response
10
Bill, Ted
contract/temp
1. Dependable
+ New Note
[Offer Extended]
There are no rows in this table


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