Record of bidden jobs or notifying system
Thread poster: Blanca Rodr�guez

Blanca Rodr�guez
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Jul 22, 2001

I have just came up with this because I\'ve lost a job for taking to long to reply. Instead of contacting me by e-mail, the outsourcer posted a note to my bid and I took too long to see it. I could have completely ignored it, as well, since I don\'t usually check my bids once submitted.



I think it would be very nice to have some kind of list of those jobs you have applied for at your personal profile. Alternatively, a system similar to the one used to notify peer grades would also work very well: you would know immediately if the outsoucer has added a note to your bid.



Any opinions on this?
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