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I fixed it. The problem is pretty simple: you pick the e-mail address from LinkedIn instead of from the user profile. However, many users will not have the same e-mail address in the system as they do on LinkedIn.
The user (and we as admins) will expect all information from JobMonster to go through the same e-mail address as the one registered in the system, not some through that e-mail and some through the one on LinkedIn.
To give you an example, some may use their LinkedIn at work with their professional e-mail, while they privately look for new jobs using their personal e-mail. If they get mails confirming they have applied for a job to their professional e-mail used at LinkedIn, their current employer may see it and they could even risk getting fired. Don't forget: in many countries it is legal for employers to look in their employees mailboxes.
To solve this problem, I simply made these changes in Noo_Application::new_job_application:
$user_data = get_userdata(get_current_user_id());
$application_id = Noo_Application::new_job_application(
Yes, we didn't install that since we are not interested in that kind of native functionality in the platform. The issue here was with the e-mail address, not direct messaging.
I don't understand. You did register a candidate profile and apply for a job with LinkedIn, as is evident in the screenshots I posted. And it did not work as advertised.
I gave you the direct address to the login above in the private message, it still works fine.
Note: The applications that does show up in the screen shot is not made through LinkedIn.
And: Three screenshots, not two. 🙂
I've attached two screen shots. When the application is posted, the connection between the application and the user is completely loss. Which means:
1. The candidate cannot see the application under his applications and won't get any updates by e-mail.
2. The employer don't get an e-mail address, just to the resume on LinkedIn.
3. The admin cannot see who is the owner of the application/resume, as it states "by Guest" in admin.This reply has been marked as private.5 years, 5 months ago in reply to: FREE SUPPORT IS FOREVER IF YOU SHARE LANGUAGE FILES #31919
I'll post a Swedish translation as soon as we're done with it, within a week or two.
Never mind, you can remove this! Ran some updates and removed a security plugin I suspected could do some harm - and now it's working fine.
Hey there ThuyNT,
Yes, I'm already running a child theme. I did not lose previous changes, the problem is that the new version has a bug on the job-listing page.
Found additional bugs:
You get errors when you add any of the following files to the child theme:
Good idea, nickky!
Unlimited featured jobs would be helpful for premium packages with unlimited posts.
Which brings me to another suggestion: time limited packages, where an employer for example can post an unlimited amount of jobs during six months or a year.
Found the problem, there's a bug in the new version of the theme:
The CSS for Chosen is not included on the archive page. I manually added it to header.php, and everything works fine now.
Regarding the first question, I no longer have that need - so that took care of itself. What I wanted to do, which would be a good feature in the search, is to have the free text search look in the post_meta table for matches as well.
As for question 2, which is a big problem:
What I mean is that the free text search should include the company/employer name that has already been entered into the system by the employer.
This is standard functionality on most job sites like Indeed (see attachment) and CareerBuilder, and what the users have come to expect: that if they write the company name and press search, they will get all jobs connected to that one company. I know this is not a feature in your system (yet? :)), but can you give me any recommendations on how to do it myself?