With filters you can get a list of candidates across all jobs, for example all candidates in one stage or candidates that applied in a certain period of time. You can also filter on answers to screening questions or work experience and much more.
1. Go to the Candidates overview; on the left side the most used filters are shown. At the bottom under + Add filter you can find the rest of the filters.
2. You can use and combine multiple filters to get the preferred list of candidates.
3. Some filters can also be negative, for example filter out people who are in a certain job. Only candidates who aren’t assigned to the selected job will be shown.
4. Click the ellipsis > Export to CSV to export your filtered search results to a .CSV file.
There are 16 predefined filters you can choose from.
Most used filters which are shown in the column on the left:
Job status: Filter candidates by the status of the job to which they are assigned - published, internal, etc.
Candidate status: Filter candidates by their status.
Job: Filter candidates by the job(s) they are assigned to.
Pipeline stage: Filter candidates by the stage they are in.
Tag: Filter candidates by tags.
Source tag: Filter candidates by source tags.
The other filters that can be found under + Add filter :
Evaluation: Filter candidates with a specific evaluation score or within a custom range.
Date: Filter candidates whose profiles were created within a specific date range.
Disqualify reason: Filter candidates who have been disqualified for one or more disqualify reasons.
Candidate origin: Filter candidates based on the channel of origin – careers site, email, added manually, etc.
Cover letter: Filter candidates who do or do not have cover letters.
CV/Resume: Filter candidates who do or do not have CVs.
Email: Filter candidates who have or have not had email contact with one or more of your team members or filter candidates who do or do not have email addresses in their profiles.
Team member: Filter candidates who have or have not been added, followed, or evaluated by one or more of your team members.
Talent Pool: Filter candidates who are or are not in one or more talent pools.
Screening question: Filter candidates who have or have not answered one or more screening questions from the application forms.
Education experience: Filter candidates based on school name, degree title, or degree subject.
Work experience: Filter candidates based on company's name or current job title.
Duplicates: Filter candidates who have or do not have duplicate profiles.
Event: Filter candidates who do or do not have a specific event scheduled, you can filter on a specific date range.
Task: Filter candidates who do or do not have tasks assigned to a team member.
Job department: Filter candidates who are or are not assigned to jobs in a specific department.
Job location: Filter candidates by the locations where you are hiring.
Questionnaire: Filter candidates that have or have not received or filled out a specific questionnaire.
Profile field: Filter candidates by data collected in your profile fields. These are custom fields that can be set up per job.
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