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This all-in-one job tracker allows you to have a high-level overview, track the status of your apps, stay on top of your recruiting calendar, keep tabs on what action items there are, see all your notes in one place, and stay on top of who’s who. Don’t forget, everything is customizable, tailor it to your liking! For any of those recruiting for PM, I’ve included my handy dandy last-minute interview prep notes. I believe in you! - @evelynshares

Apps submitted 🗳
7 of 9
In pipeline 🚶🏻‍♀️
2
Interviews done 💪🏼
0
Offers received 🥳
0

💼 Job applications
Use this tracker to add and move applications through the different stages of your job search, I’ve prefilled it with some companies I know hire early career PMs as placeholders. Customize it to your liking!


New application
Search
Still to apply
2
Roblox
PM
Salesforce
APM
Applied, waiting
4
Dropbox
PM
Google
APM
Reddit
PM
Interviewing
3
Facebook
RPM
Microsoft
PM
Uber
APM
Offer received
0
Rejected
0
Statuses
Search
Status
1
Still to apply
2
Applied, waiting
3
Interviewing
4
Offer received
5
Rejected
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💬 Interviews
Add scheduled interviews here, then view them in the calendar. Highly recommend you insert the Google Calendar Pack, just click Insert up to the right to get started.

New interview
Search
1
2
3
✔️
When
Company
Type
Wed, May 18, 9:00 AM
Dropbox - PM
Phone Screen
Wed, May 11, 4:00 PM
Google - APM
Phone Screen
Fri, May 20, 6:00 AM
Microsoft - PM
Final Round
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Search
Today
May 2022
MonthWeekDay
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Google - APM
Dropbox - PM
Microsoft - PM

🗄 Action Items + Notes
Action Items
Add outstanding tasks below - don’t forget the due date! I’d recommend linking the working doc itself.
Search
1
2
✔️
Company
Task
Due
Doc Link
Dropbox
Case Study
Fri, May 6
Uber
Case Study
Thu, May 12
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Notes
Track conversations with leads, recruiters, etc. I took notes for every interaction!
Search
1
2
Date
Company
Type
Contact
Notes
4/18/22
Google
Interview
Jennifer Lopez
4/21/22
LinkedIn
Phone Screen
Jane Doe
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🤝 Connections
Companies
List business or organizations. Sorted by alphabetical order.

New company
Search
Dropbox
Facebook
Google
LinkedIn
Microsoft
Reddit
Roblox
Salesforce
Uber

People
Add names of people you plan to connect or meet with.
Filter by company:
All

New contact
Search
Jane Doe
University Recruiter
Bob
Jennifer Lopez

📑 Interview Quick Ref
Right before I head into interviews, these are the notes I like to review as a last-minute reminder of things to keep in mind. This is for product manager roles! -@evelynshares

Don’t forget to:
Fully understand the problem: ask questions, clarify the scope of the problem
Regularly check in with the interviewer: “gonna go with <x decision>, what do you think?”
Stay positive and calm, no need to jump into answers, feel free to ask for time to think/write/visualize
Frameworks to keep in mind (not to strictly walk through!):
Product Design:
CIRCLES: Comprehend the situation; identify the customer; report the customer's needs; cut, through prioritization; list solutions; evaluate tradeoffs, and summarize your recommendation.
Product Analysis (for metrics!):
AARRR: Acquisition, Activation, Retention, Referral, Revenue
System Design:
PEDALS: Process Requirements, Estimate, Design the Service, Articulate the Data Model, List the Architectural Components, Scale
Have these answers ready:
<insert your intro here!> Sum yourself up in under 2 minutes. I like to have this prepared to make sure I highlight all the best parts of me concisely. I personally include a quick summary of current role and impact, a recent achievement I’m proud of, what has led me to the role I’m applying to, and a hobby/passion.
My 3 favorite tangible products, and at least one thing I’d improve for each
<insert #1 here>
<insert #2 here>
<insert #3 here>
My 3 favorite software products are: <insert them here>
<insert #1 here>
<insert #2 here>
<insert #3 here>
<Insert most challenging experience>
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