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Suggestion: somehow mark visited job postings

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Alexandr M Member Since: Jun 27, 2015
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Would be nice if upwork somehow flagged visited job postings.  Just changing color in CSS for .oVisitedLink:visited will work.

But if we also get checkbox in user interface that excludes visited jobs from search, that would be awesome too 

Community Guru
Jean S Member Since: Oct 22, 2007
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Sorry but there are no plans to do this but it will be forwarded to the team. Good luck.

Community Leader
Michael R Member Since: May 18, 2015
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Perhaps it's not the best solution, but if you don't want to visit a job posting twice, close the visited postings in your job feed with the [X] on the upper right.

 

And yes, a checkbox that exclude visited job would be nice.

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Valeria K Moderator Member Since: Mar 6, 2014
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Hi Aleksandr,

 

Thanks for sharing. Actually, our developers informed us that they are working to finalize a few color updates, One of the updates includes adding a distinguishable color for visited links.

 

 

~ Valeria
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Paul M Member Since: Feb 17, 2015
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@Valeria K wrote:

Hi Aleksandr,

 

Thanks for sharing. Actually, our developers informed us that they are working to finalize a few color updates, One of the updates includes adding a distinguishable color for visited links.

 

 


a:visited {

color: #ff0000;

}

 

There ya go Smiley Wink

Community Guru
Tamaz J Member Since: Nov 4, 2014
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But, browser it does it by itself. 

Am I righ or not?

Something like Google search when link is visited once.

At least it was this way...

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Tamaz J Member Since: Nov 4, 2014
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our developers informed us that they are working to finalize a few color updates, One of the updates includes adding a distinguishable color for visited links.

 

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OOOK... 

I think we'll have a new advanture now with color encoding... Smiley TongueSmiley Very Happy

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Paul M Member Since: Feb 17, 2015
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Tamaz, your browser will have a default for visited links, but most websites have their own setting which overrides the browser defaults. It's the same principle for when you move your mouse over a link or several other things.

 

Those 3 lines I posted are all that's needed, it's a 2 second job for the devs.

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