When you get one of those "Gengo new preferred translator" e-mails it's always a good thing. A great thing!
The e-mails look like this:
Congratulations! Customer #XXXXX has selected you as a Preferred translator. This means you now have priority access to their collections.
So you think: "that's nice of Customer #XXXXX. I wonder what job I did that they liked so much!". However, as you try to find out who this customer is, you realize that it's almost next to impossible to track them down from the ID number on the e-mail. Unless, of course, you're willing to go through every single job you've done and hope it's among the first few ones.
Is there a better way to check who is our "preferred translator" customer? I once enquired about one by sending a ticket to support and they told me who it was, but I don't think it's very productive (for us and for Support) to be doing this every time (not that I get "preferred translator" notices that often. I wish!).
I'd like to suggest to Gengo that they include some more information in these e-mails, such as a sample job that the translator has done before for this customer.