Whenever any edit (such as a change to a filter or a name change) is made to a search, it will be autosaved.
Note that searches will not autosave if you do not make any edits. For example, if you analyze a job description from My company’s postings, but you do not change any filters or edit the name, the search will not autosave.
You can come back to these autosaved searches from the Home Page under Saved searches or anytime from the Side Menu by clicking My searches and then selecting Saved searches.
Saving current-day data of your search
It is important to remember that you are saving the criteria you used to define your role and location, not the data on the page. Remember that we use current data. The next time you open a saved search, the data will update automatically to reflect the job postings currently online.
For example, let’s say that you run a search on July 19th and the demand is 5,000. However, when you open the saved search on October 20th, the demand is 5,400. This is because there are 400 more jobs online than when you initially created the search.
The only alternative to save the current-day data of your search for later reference is to export a Role Report.
You can then choose which widgets or data points you’d like to include in your report.