If you've logged into Clinch Talent these past few days and thought to yourself, "something's changed . . .," you'd be right!
When our customers talk, we listen. That's why this week, based on your feedback, we rolled out some pretty big changes to the Clinch Talent CRM.
Gone is the lengthy list of "All" candidates that would've greeted you previously after clicking on Candidates in the left menu. In its place, a much tighter UI that puts segmentation of your talent pool front and centre.
The Clinch Talent CRM is now lists-driven, making it faster and easier to locate individuals or groups of candidates in the system.
Improved candidate search capability
In addition to the improved UI, customers now have a wider range of options when it comes to how you find and view candidates in the system.
Simple and Advanced Search functionality
Simple Search is similar to a basic keyword search, and works best when your search is based around a single data type such as candidate "First Name," "City," or "Tag."
If you wanted to pull up all candidates you've marked with a "Candidate of interest" tag, for example, Simple Search works a treat.
You can find more on Simple Search in Clinch Talent here.
Sometimes, however, you'll need to be a little more sophisticated in your search. For example, you might want to view all candidates:
- Whose city is San Francisco
- Who have completed a "register interest in our recruitment event" call-to-action.
In this case, Advanced Search will be your go-to feature.
Advanced Search allows you to build more complex search queries by adding and deleting Rules.
For more on Advanced Search, check out our dedicated help doc.
Spotlight on Candidates
Lastly, we've promoted candidate profiles. Before, when you clicked on a candidate name to generate a profile, that profile appeared as an expanded panel within the candidate list. Now, that candidate profile gets its own screen for easier navigation, and a cleaner, better user experience.
Questions? Comments? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org