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Quickstart Guide

What is Huntr

Huntr is a tool to help you track and organize your job search. The jobs you apply for are scattered all over the place (Indeed, LinkedIn, email, personal meetings, etc), making it hard to remember where we've applied and where we stand with each opportunity. Huntr offers one place to keep all of those jobs and all the information related to them.

A Huntr board represents a specific job search effort during your career. Right now you should only need one board. If you're searching for a new job in a few years' time you'll want to create a new board. A board is made up of opportunities inside a stage, from Wishlist or Applied all the way to the Offer stage.

Adding and Tracking Jobs

The first thing to do after you've created your Huntr account is to fill your board with job opportunities. Jobs that interest you go into the Wishlist stage, you can also add jobs into the Applied, Interview or Offer stages.

Add jobs from any website with our Chrome extension


The easiest way to add jobs to Huntr is with our Chrome extension. Say you're browsing for jobs and find an interesting post; click the extension icon and all the job details will be pre-filled into a form, just click save and you're done! We support all the major job search sites and for any sites we don't support you can highlight the info you want from the page and save the job.

Adding jobs through the web app

You can also add jobs from within the Huntr app, just click on the Add Job button located on the bottom right of your board, add a company name, a job title, and you're done.

Moving jobs to next stages

With enough work and a bit of luck you'll be moving job opportunities across your board's pipeline in no time. To move opportunities to new stages just drag the job card and drop it on the new stage.

Tracking activities, notes and contacts



Finding your dream job takes a lot of work, Huntr helps you keep track of the work to be done through activities. Activities can be tasks that you need to do, like 'Prepare for Interview' or may represent an event that occurred during your job search like 'Offer Received'. Activities can be related to a specific job, or be independent, and they can have a start and end date. Here's some examples of activities our users tend to add:

  • Applied to job
  • Follow up in a week to check status of application
  • Write a personalized cover letter
  • Prepare for the technical interview
  • Research the company
  • Received a job offer
  • Accepted a job offer
  • Had an on site interview
  • Reply to Patricia's email
  • Send a thank you email to John
  • Technical interview on Friday

Huntr automatically logs new activities as you move jobs through specific stages. More specifically, Huntr will create the following activities when jobs are moved into stages where it is assumed the activity has occurred: Apply, On Site Interview, Offer Received and Offer Accepted. So, if you have a stage called "Apply", then Huntr will create a new "Apply" activity for jobs moved into that stage.


Notes are a flexible way to keep information on anything related to your job opportunities. Here's a few things you might want use notes for:

  • Interview logs. How did it go, what could've you done better.
  • Company specifics you want to bring up during the interview (products, news, etc)
  • Call or meeting logs
  • Email logs
  • Cover letter drafts


With Huntr you can keep track of all the people you interact with during your job search. These could be contacts from your professional network, interviewers, or recruiters. You can track contacts specific to a job opportunity through the 'Contacts' tab in the job modal, or track general contacts through the 'Contacts' tab your board.