User Menu

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Company Profile

Analytics & Usage Data

My Account



The Company Profile

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a) Follow this link to return to your campaigns

b) In the Team panel you can see all user accounts(Manager Accounts) for your company. The Owner column indicates which user has the administrative rights of this company account and thus may access all campaigns, edit the company settings and create new user accounts. You can activate the feature to Receive Weekly Statistics Email. The further options displayed Deactivate, Delete & Transfer Company Ownership can only be triggered by the Owner account. By deactivating an account the User data remains whilst this user account will however not be accessible anymore but may be reactivated at any given time.

c) The New Manager Account button allows you to add your colleagues to your company profile by sending them an invitation mail.

d)Just like the My Account option in the user menu, this will lead you to the panel where you may edit your own user account data.

e) Here you may change some of the basic company account settings, if your account has the ownership.

Company SettingsDomains on the Domain Whitelist will be the only ones permitted to acquire user accounts within your company account, this way you can ensure that only email addresses with @[yourcompanydomain] receive access.

IPs on the IP Whitelist are the only IPs that are permitted to access your company account, this way you may block outside access.

Analytics & Usage Data

The Analytics & Usage Data panels are accessible through the user menu (mentioned in the Welcome Screen Section) and provide you with a wealth of insights into your data and usage.

You can adjust the time frame of the statistics and you’ll be able to export the data. SMS Breakdown will offer a Excel file containing information on the SMS usage per campaign.

Campaign Performance

The Overview indicates the daily added, completed, shortlisted & rejected candidates across all campaigns.


Pass & Participation Rate

The Pass Rate gives you an idea on the quality of the incoming candidates over time: Shortlisted / completed
The Participation Rate tells you the how many of the applied candidates are willing to complete the interview over time: completed / invited

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Candidate Activity

This graph shows you the average number of completed interviews at a given hour of the day. This insight is very useful to understand your candidates and gives you an opportunity to optimize your ads and engagement efforts.

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User Performance

Processing Volume by User
This graph will show you how many candidates have been process broken down by your users. Indicating who’s the most active recruiter

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Processing time by Recruiter
This will show you how responsive each on of your users are. The shorter the processing time, the more responsive the user it. The recommended maximum processing time is 24 hours.

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Processing time by campaign
This will show you how long it takes for the candidates to be processed by your recruiters in respect to the days by campaign. The shorter the time, the more responsive your recruiters are on the given day.
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User Activity
Shows you the time of day or hour of the day when your recruiters are most active (measured in shortlisting/rejecting etc. actions)

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My Account

User settings

The User Account panel lets you edit your Manager Account data.
By selecting another language the entire interface of the software will be displayed in that language for your user account.

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