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Managing your Received Requests

This article provides detailed information on how suppliers can manage their received requests.

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Written by Anika Gadher
Updated over a week ago

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What is the Requests Table?

The Requests Table provides a convenient way to view all your requests in a tabular format, offering a quick overview of each request. This feature allows suppliers to easily check the status of their received requests at a glance.

How to Manage Received Requests

Search bar

At the top of the Request Table, you'll find a search bar. Simply type in the name of the request you're looking for and click on it. You'll be instantly directed to that specific request.

✏️ Please Note: The search bar will consider active filters, ensuring results match both your search query and your selected filters.


Click on the Tags button to sort received requests by their tagged category.

✏️ Please Note: You can’t manage your tags in this section, if you wish to create a new tag please go to the Tags section on the left hand side of the page and click + New tag.

Bid Status

This button allows users to find requests based on the status of their request and how the supplier has interacted with the request. The filter options include:

  • No response

  • Incomplete

  • Complete

  • Awarded

  • Unsuccessful

  • Declined to bid


By clicking on the From button users will see a drop down of the Supplier companies. By clicking on a specific company, they will see all requests associated with them.

Your role

The Your role button lets users filter based on their role in the request. They have the option of clicking Owner, this is all requests that they own, or if someone is a Super User they can click None, which allows them to see all requests even if they are not on the team.


By clicking on the Sort button, next to the Filter button you can sort by:

  • Creation date

  • Issue date

  • Final deadline

  • Automated reference

  • Request name

And choose for them to be sorted into Ascending (oldest to newest) or Descending (newest to oldest) order.

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