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Apr 11, 2015

SAML

JobScore now supports SAML (security assertion markup language).  SAML allows you to manage access to JobScore through an external identity provider. In practice, SAML means your team will not have to create or remember a password, they will  be automatically logged into JobScore iwhen they are logged into something else.  SAML may be something your IT […]

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Apr 10, 2015

Search Firm Inbox Beta Update 3

Updated the text included in error messages sent to search firms.  The updated messages make it easier for search firms to understand why submission was not processed and gives them clear instructions on how to try again and succeed.

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Apr 10, 2015

Reports

Columns that show the days open, hiring manager and recruiters for each job were added to the “open full report” view of the Pipeline and Activity reports. These columns make it easier for executives and recruiting leaders to more easily sort through and drill down into the information they need when reviewing overall recruiting activity.  

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Mar 8, 2015

Calendar Integration & Tasks

Today we changed how tasks work in JobScore to make it easier to meet your calendaring and scheduling needs.  Here’s what’s new: Multiple Attendees: The primary control when scheduling is now a time slot, not the user. This makes it possible to add multiple interviewers to the same calendar event, so everyone knows what’s going on. […]

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Feb 23, 2015

Search Firm Inbox Beta Update

Added an option to send an email that requests search firms to submit candidates Made it so search firms can reply to the email to submit a candidate.  This means they don’t have to find or remember specific resume inbox addresses Added a control to that makes it easy to request search firm to send candidates […]

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Feb 2, 2015

Updated Email Commands

Updated our inbound email commands documentation to reflect a few user-requested changes.   Added a handy-dandy email commands tear sheet to print up and leave on your desk while you learn the commands and get used to them.

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