- Word Count
- Contact Info
Query Manager allows agents to sort and filter. So if your agent is particularly interested in YA that week they can sort for any queries in that category. This could mean faster response times👍, or maybe lack of response if you didn't do your research and the agent doesn't rep your category.
Speaking of research- Query Manager allows agents to auto flag things that may be of concern (like an exceptionally high word count). Food for thought...
It also allows for flags in other categories:
But these can be positive flags too... If an agent is hankering for a SciFi with Found Families, they can filter for these key words and your query may rise to the top! 👍 Of course, this is dependent on how much the agent is utilizing these features as well.
Which can be beneficial, but can be something to note if you attempt to re-query with a different title or slightly reworded query😉.
After viewing your query agents can opt to send templated replies. Kind of a bummer if you were hoping for a personalized rejection 👎, but it probably does wonders for efficiency.
You can also, just click a button to withdraw your query- if you change your mind for any reason (sudden brainstorm about how to make the ending 9000's times better anyone?). And if you get an OFFER OF REP from another agent- there is a button for that too!👍
It's free for everyone, and data collected will help improve the accuracy of the Query Tracker platform. I love some data
so I'm a fan!
All info and images were sourced from Query Manager's website at https://querymanager.com/. Check it out, watch the tours, learn even more!
What are your thoughts on Query Manager? Share in the comments below. Happy Querying!