4 years, 8 months ago #1015511
would we more convenient if we can choose which application botton is visible in the job listing , maybe a check list while you create a job listing because sometimes you only post the info of the job but people think they should contact you with the buttons , also you should add in the future a third button to apply through custom mail.4 years, 8 months ago #1015512
i have recieved to many applications directly to my mail will be awesome if we can turn off while making the job listing and add a custom button for custom mails [For examples for not registered employers]4 years, 8 months ago #1015578
Kan NguyenCustomerTopics: 1
I understand about the application buttons, I'll consider that.
About the apply by email button, it's possible but I don't think it's better than clicking on the Apply button, fill some detail and you can apply. It's also send an email to the company. Can you explain more about it?
Kan4 years, 8 months ago #1015604
Remenber that sometines employers do not register on the site , and you post their jobs available will be awesome if they can receive a mail with the resume or something , so he can go and check the site. it will be good having this feature because non registered employer later will be interested in doing so.
in the job listing page there is a function that let you send a message with a custom mail , i think you can use that function. but with some changes , i mean you can create like a modal contact form when you hit that button with some info similar to the apply button but in this case it will use the custom employer mail [not registered employer] so they can recieve the resume and some info related the job post like the following
http://prnt.sc/d5xcyl [this mail function]
Name of the candidate [the candidate doesnt need to be registered]
Mail of the candidate [the candidate doesnt need to be registered]
Telephone # [the candidate doesnt need to be registered]
Resume Upload Field: [the candidate doesnt need to be registered]
this may attract employers and they will probably register in the future , because the site will let you communicate even if you are not a registered user.
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