This week's release focuses on usability enhancements for Report Builder:
Additional featured reporting areas
When creating a report, users will see a couple additional reporting areas highlighted:
We’ve added many additional data points in the last couple weeks including: Offer, Interviews and Reviews data. The full list is available here.
Reports informational view
We added a page for report viewers to see the selected reporting area, data fields and filters that have been setup for the report. Users can see what is included in the report without going through the additional download step.
Reports scheduled status
We’ve also improved the visibility of reports schedule status so you’ll be able to see at a glance which reports are recurring and which are ad-hoc reports.
Report filters not added warning
We noticed cases where users had selected a filter, but missed the step to add it to the report. We now show a warning to alert users. From the warning, users can choose to “Apply” the filter directly or to “Skip” and move ahead without adding the filter.
Report Builder permission change
We are going to be closing access to create reports for Extended users. Originally, this was planned to be released with new screening questions data in Report Builder, but it was launched one week early.
Screening questions can contain sensitive data such as EEO and Diversity related responses. We wanted to provide an added layer of security to ensure this data can only be accessed by users who should have access.
Ideally, if the customer is comfortable with giving access to this sensitive data, then they can create a custom system role to allow Full access to Report Builder.