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Product Update: We Redesigned Our Job Manager Tool and Integrated with Greenhouse
At PowerToFly our mission is simple: modernize work for women by connecting them to each other and companies that care about gender diversity and inclusion. Matching women with companies requires a seamless product experience - and listening carefully to user feedback - so hiring managers can find their candidates and change their gender ratios once and for all.
With that on top of our minds, we're introducing two major updates today: a redesigned job manager and an integration with Greenhouse, an applicant tracking system popular with a number of our partner companies. For companies not using Greenhouse we're working to integrate their preferred systems. Stay tuned.
Redesigned Job Manager
You can access the new interface from the Manage Jobs menu link, by clicking on the title of the job you want to review. We made a simple video that breaks down how to use the interface.
At the core of this release is an improved user interface for managing your latest candidates for each job you have on PowerToFly. You will be able to review multiple candidates’ information within the same interface and quickly shortlist those you are considering for next steps. We’ve made it easier to quickly view and filter candidates depending on how they became associated with your job, either because they applied, you invited them or our internal team sourced them for you.
We also made it simpler to connect with candidates from this interface. Simply click on the talk bubble icon of a candidate and directly message them from the same interface.
You can also quickly edit your job posting, publish/unpublish your job and close the job with just one click.
We’ll continue expanding on this interface in the weeks and months to come, we’ll add the capability for private talent notes for those candidates you are reviewing, talent notes you will be able to share with your team, lists to help you categorize “starred” talents and direct integrations to more ATS’s.
Greenhouse ATS Integration
We partnered with Greenhouse to make it easier to connect your internal ATS with your PowerToFly account. If you are currently using Greenhouse you can now export jobs automatically from Greenhouse into PowerToFly and export candidates from PowerToFly to Greenhouse.
Contact your customer success manager directly or through firstname.lastname@example.org to get a walkthrough of this feature and get it setup for you.
Not using Greenhouse? Stay tuned, we will be integrating with many more applicant tracking systems in the weeks and months to come!
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