Switching to careers site 2.0
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Written by Imke
Updated over a week ago

Welcome to the CareersHub! With our new editor, we aim to make your careers site easy to build and customize so you can showcase your employer branding and attract the right candidates. If you are still using the old version of the careers site, you can easily switch to 2.0.

In this article:

⚠️ We will retire Careers 1.0 on 31 December 2023. Any pages created with the old editor will no longer be functional on 01 January 2024.

To help you prepare for the change, you can now copy and adjust your content. The converter will replicate your content as closely as possible, providing a cloned version of your careers site within the new editor for you to review and publish.

Converting to Careers 2.0

1. In the bottom left corner of Recruitee, click CareersHub and select Go to dashboard.

2. Next to Careers 1.0, you will be prompted to convert to the new editor. Click Start conversion.

⚠️ It may take up to 30 seconds for all your data to be converted.

3. Once complete, you can review and edit your content by clicking Open homepage.

⚠️ After the conversion, reviewing your content in the Careers 2.0 editor is crucial. Due to the new functionalities and options, there may be elements you'd like to adjust or enhance using the new editor's features. This process will also help you familiarize yourself with the new editor and its benefits.

4. When you’re happy with the look and feel of your new careers site, you can click Publish to put the page live.

📌 Once the new homepage is published, we’ll disable the former version, and you’ll be officially migrated to Careers 2.0.

Converting to Careers 2.0 careers sites with custom code

If you were using custom code in Careers 1.0, any sections with custom code containing JavaScript may stop working after the migration. You will have to add custom code to Careers 2.0 manually.

Custom integrations

If a custom script adds cookies or gathers data, you can add it to Careers 2.0 as a Custom integration under CareersHub > Settings > Integrations.

This method lets you decide if any agreement must be accepted before the script loads to the page.

For example, custom integration with an analytical tool like Google Analytics should be added as custom integration in the Integration tab. Once added, you can go to the Cookies tab to enable an agreement before the analytical tool is loaded to start gathering data.

Custom code

Any custom script that changes how the page looks or changes the behavior of page elements should be added under CareersHub > Settings > Custom code. The script will load instantly after the page loads.

For example, if you have a code that changes the background color of a first job in a list.

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