WithAuto-Tag, you can set upApplication Rulesso that will automatically assign a certain tag to a candidate based on their answers during their application. You can then use these tags to filter theAll Candidatespage to get a more specific view of your available candidates.
Create custom candidate tags
导航到Custom Optionspage and selectCandidate Tags.(Configureicon>Custom Options>Candidates Tags)
ClickCreate New Candidate Tag.
Enter a label for your tag and clickCreate Candidate Tag.
Create a custom job post question
After you create a custom candidate tag, you'll need to add a custom job post question that will be associated with your application rule.
导航到Job Poststab for the job where you want to assign tags.(Jobs> select a job from the list >Job Setup>Job Posts)
Click the Edit iconnext to the job post.
Scroll down the page to theCustom Application Questionsection and clickAdd Custom Question.
Enter your question in the text field and choose the question type.
If you chose a single-select or multi-select question, list the response choices in theOptionsfield. When you have finished, clickAdd.
Scroll to the bottom of theEdit Job Postpage and clickSaveto confirm the changes.
Create an auto-tag application rule
After you create a custom tag and define an application question, you'll create an application rule that will automatically tag any matching candidates.
To create a new rule, stay on the Job Posts page on a job, and clickManage Rules在应用规则column.
Note:This button will have a different label (such as2 Rules) if you previously added application rules.
ClickAdd a Rule. If you want to modify an existing rule to auto-tag candidates, click theEditiconinstead.
Select your job post question and the candidate's response in the top half of the page. Then, select theTag复选框。
Select the correct tags from the dropdown menu. You can select more than one tag.
When you're finished, clickSave.
View auto-tagged candidates
You can view any automatically tagged candidates by selecting the tag in theCandidate Tagfilter on theCandidatespage.
For more detailed information on filtering candidates,click here.