On the Talent profile modal you see on PINATA, there are 3 tabs: Profile, Contact, and Internal. Let's talk about each one.


Talent fill out a variety of information on their profile when they sign up for PINATA. While many of these fields are optional, you should encourage your Talent to fill out this information so it's easy for you to view and manage!

These are the fields your Talent upload themselves:

  • Name
  • Phone
  • Self Summary
  • Shirt Size
  • Areas willing to work
  • Driving ability and car
  • Address
  • Birthday
  • Profile photos
  • Attached documents (for example, certifications)

On PINATA, you will see all of this information listed under "Profile." Note, this information can only be changed by the Talent themselves for privacy reasons. Moreover, you can only see this information for Talent on your roster.


Here you will find full name, email, and phone number. This is similarly private to you and not visible by your clients.


The Internal tab is a place that is private only to your organization and is not visible to either the client or the Talent. Here you can add internal notes about your Talent, tag them, set a default hourly rate, or upload documents related to them (such as their tax forms with your company).

A Note About Default Hourly Rate/ Marking as Salaried Employee

Default hourly rate is a helpful tool to see the typically pay or negotiated pay for your talent. When you assign this Talent their rate will show in the optional rate section on the gig. You can always edit or remove the rate if needed. We understand that some of your internal talent might not be paid hourly. In this case, you can simply toggle the switch under default hourly rate section to "N/A or salaried" this will eliminate the field from their internal notes as well as any gig they are assigned. 

How it looks once toggled: 

A Note About Tags

Tags are great way to organize your team! You can create as many tags as you like and assign them to any Talent. This is particularly helpful when you are assigning gigs later, as you can search by any of these tags.

Here's how that looks:

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