Avatar and name for system user
Admins and developers can now upload avatar and set name for system users via Credential Manager.
In the API Credential Manager, admins and developers can define the system user name using the ‘Credential Name’ field; admins and developers can also upload an image for the credential. The name of the credential and avatar can be seen on Activity when the integration/application that uses the API credential takes action in SmartRecruiters (e.g. the integration updates application status).
Please note that System users are not actual end users and system user’s avatar can only be updated via the API Credential Manager.
“Job last activity” and “Last modification date” fields in Report Builder
Clients can now report on job last activity and last modification dates. Activities relate to entries usually displayed in the Job's activity tab
Enable server-to-server tracking for AppCast and SmartRecruiters common clients
Clients are not required to do anything to enable this: SmartJobs clients have already been migrated, and clients of the external partner’s solution will be advised by AppCast directly on the specific switch date.
Posting Contracts Management: admin can see the JBs' custom names clearly
Previously when admins would create multiple instances of the same JB in “Posting Contracts Settings” to assign them to different business units, the custom name would not be displayed upon saving: this caused a cumbersome management process as the admin would have to open each instance every time a change of credentials or team was needed.
We have now changed the layout and we display the entire custom name underneath the JB Name.
(Screenshot courtesy of our client Publicis)
When a job is edited, the original version of the application page (Apply URL) will work seamlessly
Previously, when the application page to a job (Apply URL) was shared on socials/sites and subsequently the job was edited, candidates clicking on the original application page link were faced with an error: this forced clients to re-edit manually the links on their posts.
We have now built in the logic to seamlessly redirect candidates to the latest version of the application page: this will work in retrospective for any live jobs that have been edited before this release.