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Create Custom Fields for Jobs
Learn how to create your own custom fields for jobs to capture the job details in combination with the standard fields on a job profile
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With custom fields, you can have your own set of fields to standardise and regulate data captured for a job, of any job type, thereby restricting the values to be entered only in a specific format. 

A sample screen of how the custom fields will be displayed on a Job profile is shown below:

Accessing the Custom Job Fields

From the Jobs workspace, navigate to the job settings.

Under the Job settings context menu, select Custom fields.

To create custom fields, you will first create a custom field group that will hold the different custom fields together, so that when you add this group to the job, all of the custom fields under it automatically get added in one go.

What are the different field types you can apply to custom fields

There are a wide range of field types available to choose from when creating custom fields to ensure the data is stored reliably.

The complete set of available field types are shown using examples below:

All of the field types are quite self-explanatory, they expect the same input as indicated by their Type name.

The List type is no different, only that it has an additional step to add the options that should appear in the dropdown list (as shown in the next section).

Creating a List Type Custom Field

Select List type from the available custom field types in the dropdown list and name the custom field. You can also ensure the custom field is filled out for sure by making it mandatory.

Enter the dropdown options that the List type custom field will display on the job profile inspector.

The custom field groups and custom job fields are now available as shown below:

Associate the custom field groups with the Job Types

Now, when any user creates a new job of a job type that's associated with the custom fields, they will see the custom fields on the job inspector, ready to fill with values against them.

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