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How To: See What I’ve Done This Week (New Homepage Widget)

September 9th, 2014

On a webinar recently someone asked for an easy way to see what I’ve done.  There is the awesome Log Entry and Action Item Report, which allows you to get a bunch of different reports, including “what I’ve done during this period of time.”

But I was thinking of something more simple… actually, something that we have already pretty much done.  Well, we’ve done probably 90% of the work.  This suggestion from the webinar was a nudge to help us understand we needed something else… please welcome a new Homepage Widget called “Log Entries.”  This is basically a report to show me what I’ve done this week.

First, notice that my Homepage has no widgets except one: the Action Item widget:


I click on the Manage Widgets link (see arrow, above), and I can see this new widget in the list:


I click on the checkbox, then click on save, and I am now showing this widget, which shows me what I have put in, this week, as a Log Entry, on the homepage!


Remember, I can drag those widgets around and reorder them, either on the homepage or on that manage widgets box.  For me, these are the two widgets I’ll have up all the time.

Pretty cool, huh?

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JibberJobber Enhancements: Last Night’s Release and Updates

August 22nd, 2014

Last night my team did a release, which means they updated JibberJobber with new and improved “stuff.”  I’ve been talking about this release for a long time, but it got stuck in the QA process as my QA team has been intent on releases without bugs.

Just minutes after the release an outplacement firm in Australia emailed me and said “Nice work – looks great!”  This is just minutes after the release… it was pretty cool that someone noticed that quick! I asked him what he noticed, and it is exactly what I want to blog about today.  Below this list of enhancements that will impact you is a list from my QA team, reporting what has been fixed/released.

Thing One: Action Item Notifier (on top-left of every screen)

This is an enhancement that really enriches your experience with JibberJobber.  Now, on every page, you’ll be able to see how many Action Items you have pending in the next two weeks.  This makes JibberJobber more of a follow-up tool.  I talk about “follow-up” and “nurturing relationships” a lot… and we’ve provided tools and reports for you to see what you have coming up, but this is the most blatant, in-your-face enhancement to show you exactly what you have so things don’t slip through the cracks.  You’ve probably already noticed this, when you login, on the top-left:


The “6″ means that I have six Action Items coming up in the next two weeks.  Click on that little icon and you will see those six Action Items in this view:


Here are some things to help you get more value out of this widget:

#1 – this allows you to click and drag to resize this view.

#2 – this closes (or, hides) the widget.

#3 – notices each Action Item is listed with a checkbox to the left… that way you can close multiple Action Items at once, or you can print one report with all that you have checked. (NOTE: You can close or edit each one… when you mouse over an Action Item, icons will appear on the right to close or edit)

#4 – these are the actions you can take for each of the checked Action Items. For example, click on three of them, then click the close icon (the clock), and those three will be closed.  Easy.

This enhancement should make your JibberJobber experience much richer!

Thing Two: The Log Entry and Action Item screen is cleaned up. 

We removed some of the superfluous wording and white space, and made it more compact.  This should make it easier to add a Log Entry.  This was a small, marginal change, but I think the impact will be big, and make it easier for you to create Log Entries and Action Items.

Notice we moved much of the “stuff” (create an Action Item, associate this to other Contacts, Companies and Jobs, etc.) to the bottom.  It works pretty much the same, but it’s just cleaner.


To create a Log Entry, simply put in a date, the title, and the details/comments.  To create an Action Item, or associate Contacts, Companies and/or Jobs, simply click on the icons on the bottom.  Cleaner, more intuitive, easier.

Thing Three: more use of the width of your monitor

This is the first of a few changes to use more of your monitor.  A while back we did a UI “enhancement” which left, for some wide monitors, a few inches of white space on each side.  I hated that… JibberJobber needs space!  So we opened up the List Panels and then extend from one end to another, without inches of wasted white space.  There is still more to do here, and we’re working on it.  This was just the first step.

Other Things: This is the list from my QA team. It might not make sense to you, but it’s all important stuff.

  • Import contacts (bug with companies): there was an issue when you imported Contacts, with Companies, but the Companies didn’t import and associate right.  This should be fixed.
  • Bug of custom fields on Jobs (reported by Chris R)
  • Bug on IE uploading images: apparently Internet Explorer was having issues with the super cool way we bring in images on a Contact or Company.
  • Bug on email2log (when was adding the secret email as other contact): Sometimes when you used the Email2Log feature, JibberJobber would create a new record for your own ultra-secretive email address… which was not supposed to happen.  This is now resolved.
  • Bug on email2log (about formatting): In a prior release we kind of goofed up… some of your Log Entries created by the Email2Log feature stripped spaces between paragraphs.  This made the Log Entry look all bunched up.  This is now fixed.
  • Change of wording to Coach Dashboard: We are going to change a lot of the functionality here, but for now we needed to change this from My Coach Landing Page to Coach Dashboard.  Very small change but will make it more intuitive. This is for anyone who coaches others, or is an accountability partner.
  • “Log Entries and Action Items Report” To remember the session variables: when you customize the Log Entries and Action Item report, we didn’t save your preferences… we are now.
  • Allow edit on Log Entry view in the shadow box: when you opened a Log Entry to “view,” there wasn’t much more you could do than view or print.  Now you can easily edit it from right there.
  • Pre-populate fields correctly when I add a Contact after a search: on my weekly webinars I noticed that if I did a search for a Contact that doesn’t exist, like searching for “Fiiiiiirst Naaaaame,” I would click “add Contact” and then it would enter it in all lower-case.  This was a pain because I’d have to change the first letter to upper-chase each time.  Bleh.  This is now fixed.  Another really small enhancement, but you can see the level of detail we’re going for.
  • New interface on import contacts from file: We spent a lot of time cleaning this up and making it more intuitive.  It’s still not the most intuitive thing in the world, but it’s getting closer.  
  • Bug with payments of one year with Paypal: we had a problem with people who upgraded for one year on Paypal… the system wasn’t recognizing the upgrade and they sometimes emailed us (before we could manually upgrade them) asking “WHAT THE HECK?”  This was an issue of trust… if you pay us money, and you don’t get upgraded, what else won’t work??  Fixing this non-high-profile bug allows you to trust us more.
  • Minor wordings and change of tool tips throughout the system: when you mouse over things, we cleaned up the little messages you see.
This release represents “about 25-30 work orders,” and I’m sure we came up with another 50 things to fix, clean, or change since we started this last project :)

Have things you would like to see?  Let us know!


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How To: Email2Log: What to do when you forget to use this killer JibberJobber feature

July 16th, 2014

I recently got an email from a user asking something to this effect:

“What can I do when I forget to use the Email2Log when I sent someone an email?  Do I have to copy and paste the email into a Log Entry now?”

I don’t think I’ve addressed this in a blog post before.  This is a great enhancement to your workflow, and it doesn’t require copy and paste.  Here’s a scenario:

  1. Identify the email I want to get into JibberJobber. I send have an email in my inbox (that I am not going to reply to), or my sent box (that I already sent, and forgot to use Email2Log — OOPS!).
  2. Send the email to JibberJobber.  Now you simply FOWARD the email to your ultra-secretive Email2Log email address.  You don’t have to send it to anyone else…. just your Email2Log address… and make sure there is a line anywhere in the email that says “contacts:[emailaddress]”  Note that you can have multiple email addresses there (as well as names, to create new Contacts).  See the images below on how I do this quickly and easily from an email in my inbox.

It is as EASY as that! (pictures below)

Remember, what we are doing here is (a) taking the email and making it a Log Entry under every record that matches an email address in the “contacts:______,______,etc.” line, and (b) creating new Contact records for those email addresses that don’t match an existing Contact records.

In other words, let’s say I get an email from someone (a recruiter) who is not in my JibberJobber database, and she cc’s 3 other people (2 colleagues and the hiring manager at a company).  I reply back saying “I’d love to come into an interview on Thursday – thank you!”  But OOPS, I forgot to bcc my Email2Log email address… do I have to go into JibberJobber and manually (1) enter four new Contact records, and then (2) copy and paste the email thread to each of those four new records?  Ugh… that will take like 10 minutes :(

Well, there is a much easier, faster, convenient way to create those new Contacts, and Log Entries!  Here’s how (I’m using an email I sent to myself yesterday as the oops email):

Step 1:  Just forward the email to your Email2Log address…


Step 2: Put Contacts: on any line (I do the first line, but it can be anywhere (even after the Log End Line)), and then delete everything up to the email address (this almost always show if you are forwarding an email).


Step 3: (optional) Put any other names and email addresses on this Contact: line, with a comma between each record. In this example I added my JibberJobber.com email address, even though it wasn’t in the original email:


That is it.  Send this, and it only goes to JibberJobber (not anyone else, unless you put other address in the To, CC or BCC), it will create new Contact records (if they aren’t already in), and add the email as a Log Entry to every address that is in the (a) TO: field, (b) CC: field, and (c) contacts: line (in the body).

Once you figure this out, it can take just a few seconds to do this, and it is AWESOME!

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How To: Word Cloud and Key Word Analysis of Job Descriptions and Resumes (on JibberJobber)

July 15th, 2014

Many years ago I heard about the brilliant idea of pasting your resume, or a job description, into a word cloud generator to get an analysis of what words and phrases were commonly used.  We now have a tool to help you do this type of analysis in JibberJobber.  What we have now is Phase I of a bigger project, with some really cool and useful enhancements in the planning stage.

This type of reporting and analysis can help you create better resumes, and prepare for interviews better.  If I had an interview I was preparing for, I would do this analysis on ten jobs with the same titles and then compare, side-by-side, what the analysis shows me.  Smarter resumes, smarter cover letters, smarter interviews, smarter networking dialogs… it all comes from understanding better what companies are looking for.

Below is how our word cloud stuff works (this is all on the Jobs Detail Page – I would create a “Job” record of just my resume, and do the same analysis of my resume as I would of a job description):

First, put a Job into JibberJobber.  You can see this is for a Senior Systems Analyst / release Manager:


Then, scroll down on the Detail Page (the page after you save the job, not the Add/Edit page), and you’ll see these three tabs (right above the Log Entries area):


The first tab is for Notes, which is what we have in the other Detail Pages, and what we’ve had in JibberJobber since 2006.  The second tab is where you paste the Job Description, which is a simple Copy/Paste from LinkedIn, Indeed, Monster, Dice, etc.  The third tab is where you will see the Word Cloud, and other analysis (see below).

Here’s what a Job Description looks like, pasted into the second tab (NOTE that double-clicking on the tab will allow you to add/edit the Notes, and add (paste) a Job Description):


Now that we have a job description in, we can click on the third tab, and see the Word Cloud (first tab), and the Analysis.  Here’s what the Word Cloud looks like… notice I can change the output to different types of word clouds, and I can show x% of the top words/phrases:


So that’s it – that is what most word cloud systems let you do (afaik).  The next thing we do is show you a simple statistical analysis, under the Analysis tab:


NOTE the last line in this image (there more more below this one) is TWO words… we allow you to create multi-word “phrases (see more below), as well as blacklist words or phrases, in the last two tabs.

So, click on the Phrases tab and you can see that we can force phrases – if “computer systems” are two words right next to each other, we force them to be a phrase, instead of making computer one word and systems another word… pretty cool way to “clean up” the results:


We can also blacklist words, like and or the or something else we don’t need to see in the analysis.  This also helps clean up the analysis:


SO that’s it’s for Phase I.  There are some REALLY COOL features that I want to introduce in Phase II… stay tuned!  If you have any requests to enhance this analysis and reporting, let me know: Jason at JibberJobber dot com – thanks!

Note: I don’t blog about that because my competitors like to read my blog posts to see what we’re up to, and see what they can squeeze into their system…




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Gmail and Email2Log Trick (bcc shortcut)

July 11th, 2014

A frustration I’ve had for the last few years is that when I’m writing an email in Gmail, and want to use the Email2Log JibberJobber features, I’d have to use the mouse to open up the bcc field.  I knew there must be a keyboard shortcut, but never took the time to figure it out.

Well, I found the 3 seconds I needed to figure it out and now my life is changed forever :p

When you are in a compose message in Gmail, simply click control+shift+b, and it will (a) open up the bcc field, and (b) have the curser right there.  This is going to shave seconds off of my email writing… seconds!

Ah, the joys of a good keyboard shortcut!


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How To: Last Action Column on the List Panels (follow-up tool!)

June 27th, 2014

When is the last time you communicated with your target audience (or family, or coworkers, or prospects, or hiring managers, or recruiters)?

We recently fixed the Last Action column on the List Panels (Contacts, Companies, Jobs).  You can turn this column on by clicking on the Manage Columns icon (and then finding the Last Action column):


Once you turn it on, you’ll see it wherever you put it (you can drag it around on the Manage Columns page, so it can be in the right column/position).  The date will be the last time you communicated with that person, based on your Log Entries.  If you click on the date, it will open the Log Entry in a shadow box, and from there you can edit it, or print it.


I use this column when I’m trying to figure out who, in a subset of people, I need to reach out to.  For example, when I’m talking to career center professionals, I’ll filter my search (tags:university_career), and then order by (click the triangle icons below or to the side of any column to order by that column).  This will show me the ones who I have contacted by descending or ascending order.  Very useful!

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JibberJobber Contacts: What happens when I downgrade to the free account?

May 27th, 2014

Here’s an important question that comes up quite a bit:

What happens to contacts that I add to JibberJobber if my account switches to the “free” status? I won’t lose them, as noted elsewhere, but will I be able to benefit from them being in the system?

This is a great question.  The short answer is, nothing happens to the contacts, you don’t lose them, and you will benefit from them being in the system.

Remember, I created JibberJobber when I was a job seeker.  I was not interested in any system that would make me feel worse than a third class citizen (which is how most job seekers feel). I wanted respect. I needed to know I would not waste time on a system that would only bait-and-switch me, or make me upgrade, or worse, where I would eventually lose access to my data!

We want you to have a JibberJobber account for life.  Most people start using it because they are looking for a new job (aka, in transition).  Once they land their job, they should continue to use JibberJobber… go manage professional relationships, to prepare for the next transition, to manage personal relationships… maybe just to schedule their oil changes and tire rotations!  You see, for some people this becomes life management … many things we are trying to keep track of, and follow-up on, can be managed with JibberJobber.

Here’s how this works

When you first sign up for JibberJobber, you get 14 days of the full premium account.  This allows you to import in bulk (hundreds, thousands, or hundreds of thousands of records).  This is also a great time to play around with the amazingly useful Email2Log feature.

The “limit” on the free account is 500 Contacts and 500 Companies.

Let’s say you upload, from LinkedIn, Gmail, Outlook, CardScan, Salesforce, ACT!, or any other place (including your own spreadsheet), 2,000 Contacts.  That is clearly over the limit… so what happens?

When you go back to the free level (whether this is from the premium trial, or an upgrade that you paid for, or that an outplacement company bought for you, etc.), and you are over the 500 limit, you cannot add anymore contacts (unless you upgrade).  But the 2,000 Contacts you have in your system?  They are completely usable.  This means you can:

  • edit the Contact information,
  • add Log Entries and Action Items,
  • associate the Contact to Jobs and Companies,
  • delete the Contact,
  • etc.

The only limit is that you cannot add more Contacts… but Contacts that you have added into the system are there for you to use.

Want to add more Contacts?

The easiest thing to do is to upgrade.  It’s $9.95 a month, one time, or subscription.  The most popular upgrade is the $60/year upgrade, which is basically 1/2 price.  Who doesn’t like 50% off? Check it out here.

Another way to get an upgrade is to jump on a Wednesday webinar, or watch the recording (both can be accessed here).  Spend the 60+ minutes with me (live or recorded), and we give out seven-day upgrades.  We started doing this because people would get on JibberJobber, then two or three weeks later they would get serious about it, and get on a webinar…. then see that they needed to import, and wanted to try the Email2Log feature… but their 14 day trial had expired.  So, we give an additional seven days out.

Sometimes people just need to import… it’s not unusual for us to give you a day of premium just to import contacts…. the Contact form comes in pretty handy when you are in need :)

Want to get free upgrades all year?  Just come back each week!  People do that… :)  Or, break out the wallet and plunk down the $60 for the year (eventually your time will be worth more than the $5/month that this comes out to).

Or, ask your coach, resume writer or outplacement contact if they have an agreement with JibberJobber – some of them have bought a bunch of seats (upgrade accounts) and might have one for you…

The bottom line is, we do not disable, hide, or delete your Contacts.  We do not hold your Contacts hostage until you pay.  Once they are in, they are yours to use.

How’s that for respect?

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How To: New Log Entries and Action Items Report

May 16th, 2014

Eight years into it and we are still improving JibberJobber.  One of the latest updates was on  the Log Entries and Action Items report.

The purpose of this report is to show you what activities you have had, and break them down based on various criteria.  Because it is in a List Panel, you can do a filtered search (contacts:________, etc.).  We cleaned up the way you configure this report to make it much easier to see just what you want.

To access the report click on Logs, or mouse over Reports and click on this link:


When you first come to the report you’ll see this section, showing you what is in the List Panel:


(note that “no associations” means any Log Entry or Action Item that is not associated to any Contacts, Companies or Jobs)

You can easily change this… when you click on the Change link you see these options:


The first column allows you to include or exclude Log Entries and Action Items based on assocation.

The second column allows you to say “ONLY show me Action Items!”

The third column allows you to filter by a date range.

This is a super-cool report that is useful to show/prove any contacts or activity you have had during a period of time… whether you are reporting to your coach, an accountability partner, for unemployment insurance, etc.




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Five Keyboard and Browser Tips To Make Using JibberJobber A Richer Experience

May 1st, 2014

There are gobs of articles on keyboard tips posted online, I’m going to share with you some that I use (and one I just learned about) that I use multiple times a day.  Perhaps I’m only saving nano-seconds, but once I got used to these tips and tricks, it’s made my browser experience richer.  This is not restricted to JibberJobber… try these on any website.  Caveat: I almost exclusively use Chrome…. not sure if these will work on IE, Safari, etc.

Tip 0: cut, copy, paste, save, undo

I’m not including this in the list of five (below) – you should already be using these.  If you aren’t, I really don’t know what to say :p

  • Control-X – cut
  • Control-C – copy
  • Control-V – paste
  • Control-S – save (usually text that you have already highlighted/selected)
  • Control-Z – undo

Tip 1: find (control-F)

There are many times when I want to “find” something on a webpage.  The page might be really long, like an article, or a Contact Detail Page with tons of Log Entries.  If I were to print it out, I might have pages and pages printed out.

What I do, then, is I click control-F, which opens a dialog box where I type in criteria.  For example:


One thing I love about this is it tells me how many times this search criteria is found on the page.  So here’s a bonus tip: find LinkedIn profiles that show up higher than yours, go to those profiles, and use the Find function to figure out what keywords are being used and how often they are being used.  If you see that someone uses “Product Manager” 20 times, you *might* show up higher in the search results if you have it 25 times.

Tip 2: Advance to the next option in a drop-down list

I stumbled upon this one… but use it ALL the time.  Let’s say I’m putting someone in JibberJobber, and I want to say they are in Connecticut. Before, I used to click on the dropdown, then click on the scroll bar and get to the right place, then click on Connecticut.  NOW, I do it faster and easier.

I simply click on the dropdown (or tab to it), then click the C button (for Connecticut).  This will select the FIRST C state, which is California.  I click C again and it advances to the next C state, which is Colorado, then I click C again and it advances to Connecticut.  If I make a mistake and click it again it goes to California again.


I LOVE being able to scroll through the data in a dropdown by clicking on the letter, which gets me there quickly, and then find the right one, instead of using the arrow keys or mouse.

Tip 3: Resize the font of a page (usually making it bigger)

I have bad eyes.  It doesn’t help that I’m online up to 10 hours a day.  I hate, despise, abhor and all of those other strong words the websites that have 6 or 8 point font.  Seriously??  When did it become cool to make a website with font that is miniature??  That’s almost as bad as having a black background with white font!

Anyway, there is a super easy fix: simply click Control-plus (that is the plus button… I wasn’t sure if I could write this as control-+) and the font gets bigger.  Many times I find myself clicking Control-plus THREE TIMES.  I’d rather have big ol’ letters on my monitor than stress my eyes more than necessary.

You can make the font smaller by clicking control-minus (the minus key).  I don’t do this, but I just learned that to get it back to normal do control-0 (that is a zero).

If you have a wide monitor, you might see extra padding on the sides of JibberJobber.  Clicking Control-plus will get rid of that, as it zooms in.

Tip 4: Search from the browser

When I want to find something online I normally don’t go to google.com… I just go to the browser and type in my search words, and hit enter.  This saves me some time and mouse clicks… and I’ve grown to love the functionality.  Notice when I type something into my URL bar, without a www. or .com (or anything related to those), it defaults to a google search:


Let’s take that two steps further.

First, I can do a search from within a website (I blogged about this here, read this for more). For example, I type in the name of a website (JibberJobber.com, Amazon.com, LinkedIn.com, etc.) and then hit tab or the space bar, and it does a search WITHIN that website, as if I went to that website and put the criteria in the search box.  In other words, this search from the browser URL:


is the same as this search from the JibberJobber search box:


I LOVE LOVE LOVE this browser feature.

The next advanced way to use the search is to do a site search, which I blogged about here (great images) and more recently here.  So here’s the problem: I can’t do the trick above to find blog content.  So, I use Google’s site search tool, which will look like this:


Notice I’m saying to search for “site search” but ONLY on the JibberJobber blog.  This is an awesome trick to help you get the results you want JUST from the pages you want it from.  You can do the same thing on other sites, like this:


Tip 5: scroll down or up quickly and easily with the space bar

I didn’t know about this before, but you can go down or up a page quickly by clicking the space bar button.  I knew that on Youtube the space bar will pause or unpause, but I didn’t know that on a regular page it would go up/down a page.

  • To go down a page, simply press the space bar.
  • To go up a page, simply press shift-space bar.

This is pretty cool when you are on a really long page (reading, skimming). I would still use control-F to look for specific words/phrases.

There you go.  Which of these have you been using, and what other tricks or tips do you use frequently?

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Focus Friday Webinars: 10 Minute JibberJobber Trainings

April 28th, 2014

I have been piloting a program for a few months that I’m now ready to bring to the masses.

Each Friday morning (with a few exceptions – travel, holidays, etc.) I do a Focus Friday webinar where I spent 10 minutes on one particular topic or feature in JibberJobber.

For example, last Friday we spent 10 minutes on the Interview Prep area of JibberJobber. In that 10 minutes you understood the HOW and the WHY.

I love these 10 minute webinars because you can get better at JibberJobber, and your own career management, with very little commitment. 10 minutes, that’s all.  Come when you can, don’t come when you can’t.

Sign up at the link below, once, and you’ll get an email with a reminder and link each week.  If you can’t come, just delete the email.  Unsubscribe at any time.


Feel free to share this link in your LinkedIn Groups and job clubs :)

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