A finder allows you to build an audience of contacts or companies from different data sources.
The results can then be used to create segments or configure campaigns.
To create a finder, choose Audience > Finders in the left menu, then click the Create a finder button at the top right of the screen.
You can use a finder to find people.
You can use a finder to find companies.
You can access the list of a workspace's finders by choosing Audience > Finders in the left menu.
The source and the output are represented by logos to help you recognize quickly what is the source of the finder and what is the output.
- LinkedIn Sales Navigator
- LinkedIn Recruiter
- Ambassador's LinkedIn connections
- Google news
- Excel spreadsheet
The number of additional members of a finder can be indicated to the right of the owner's name. The names of additional members will appear when you hover your mouse over the number.
The state indicates how many profiles from your source have been synchronised by Stent.
The progress represents with a percentage how many source profiles have been synchronized in Stent so far.
Indicates whether the finder is active (green) or inactive (red). Depending on the chosen data source, certain finders are intended to be run daily, either to retrieve the latest data (e.g. Google News) or to meet the quotas imposed by a data provider (e.g. LinkedIn).
When active, a finder runs according to the configured time zone and schedule.
Allows modifications of the given finder.
This view shows the synchronization status of all profiles in your source and allows you to export the data.
Allows you to immediately start the finder process of synchronisation between your source and Linkedin.
Create a second identical Finder
Allows finder archiving. An archived finder is automatically stopped and no longer appears in the list of finders. The results found by the finder remain accessible and aren't deleted.
This action stops the Finder and erases all previous synchronizations. The Finder will therefore become entirely blank and will start again from the beginning.