Based on our customers’ requests, we have made a few improvements to our Applicant Tracking System, Zoho Recruit. Particularly, the Publish in Website section of the Job Openings module got a lot more enhanced. Let’s see the improvements made in detail.

a. New User Interface:
Earlier, when you click on the Publish in website link, all the customization options appeared in a single screen. But now, to make your experience better, we have split these options into different segments like Look & FeelJob opening fieldsCandidate fieldsEmail alerts and Published job openings.

b. Customization Options:
In the Look & Feel tab, you can now customize the Apply Now button with your own label. And if you do not want the candidates to click on this button, you can disable it from showing in the websiteIn addition to this, there’s another new option, where you can customize the display message when there is no job openings published in your website.

 

c. Candidate form fields for each job opening:
You can now choose to show/hide specific candidate fields for each published job opening. For example, the candidate form fields required for an Analyst position may differ from those for a Manager position. In such cases, you can choose the fields to be displayed for each job opening.

Apart from this, there are a few other enhancements too.

Custom Activity Types:
In the Log an Activity section, you can now define and add your own activity types. For example, say Candidate InterviewsClient Meetings, etc.

 

Date format in Import:
There are no more restrictions in the way Zoho Recruit expected dates of certain formats. You can now import records into Zoho Recruit not only with MM/dd/yyyy date format but also with other date formats like dd/MM/yyyy, dd MMM yy, etc.

We hope you find these enhancements useful. Try them all and do post your feature requests that you think will help improve Zoho Recruit in our user forum

  1. eoverseas

    Does Zoho have plans to implement the capability to post jobs (automatically) to different webpages (as in different categories)? A large number of jobs makes it impractical for candidates to view them all on one page. I know that the links can be embedded on different pages, but that is a lot of work. Automatically posting to different categories would be VERY helpful.

  2. eoverseas

    Does Zoho have plans to implement the capability to post jobs (automatically) to different webpages (as in different categories)? A large number of jobs makes it impractical for candidates to view them all on one page. I know that the links can be embedded on different pages, but that is a lot of work. Automatically posting to different categories would be VERY helpful.

  3. questloreindia

    why I am not able to see anything under “published job openings” tab.

  4. questloreindia

    why I am not able to see anything under “published job openings” tab.

  5. Gerardo Guerra

    how do i actually edit the candidate fields?
    For example, when a candidate is applying, the only options for expected salary are 100k-200k, 200k-300k.
    I want to change it to $10-20/hr, $20-30/hr

  6. Gerardo Guerra

    how do i actually edit the candidate fields?
    For example, when a candidate is applying, the only options for expected salary are 100k-200k, 200k-300k.
    I want to change it to $10-20/hr, $20-30/hr