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Job Board Management
Learn how to manage your job listings from the admin panel.
How to Moderate New Job Postings?
If you would like to review new job postings before they appear on the website, you can do it by setting the moderation policy from the Settings -> General Settings page. Job Posting Moderation Here you have 4 options for the "Job Posting Moderation" field Automatically approve all job posts When this option is picked, the newly posted jobs will be automatically approved and will
How to Schedule a Blog Post?
To schedule a blog post you just need to create a blog post and set the Posting date to the future date when you would like the post to appear on the website. The post will start showing on your job board only when the date is reached.
How to Schedule a Job Posting?
As an admin, you can schedule a job posting, so instead of it immediately appearing on the job board, the post will appear when the time comes. This is particularly handy if you are curating a job board and would like to schedule all job postings at once, instead of adding them one by one every day. To schedule a job post you just need to set Posting date of the job post to the future date when you would like the job to appear on the website. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk
If I Create an Employer Through the Job Board Admin Panel, Is There a Way for That Employer to Sign In and Make Changes?
The answer is yes. As the administrator of the job board, you can invite the employer to claim their account. To do it you need to follow the following steps Step 1: Open the Employer’s Search Page Step 2: Select the Employer That You Want to Invite Here you can search and select the employer that you want to invite to claim their profile. As you can see, in this example we are gon
How Job Views And Applies Are Calculated?
The following help guide will give you a better understanding of how different metrics are calculated when a visitor views a job post and/or applies for a job. Here are the 3 metrics we collect for each job published on your job board. Views: Shows how many times the job details have been viewed. Apply Clicks: Shows how many times the “Apply” button was clicked. Applications: Shows how many applications the job received. How Are Job Views Calculated? When a visitor clic