Releases tagged: all contacts

Sultan Saidov November 17th, 2017

Update: Release Notes - November 15th, 2017

With this release, we have re-invented our own extension and brought in all the power of the mini profile right into your browser.

New Chrome Extension

We are excited to announce that in this release our Chrome Extension is as powerful as the mini profile! This will give recruiters the essential tools without moving to the main app.

Our new Chrome Extension provides recruiters with more capabilities than ever before.

With more information readily available, and access to every aspect of the mini profile while sourcing, there's less need to break your workflow and log into the main applicai.

If you would like to join the beta customers, provide your feedback, and enjoy the new extension ahead of all other customers, please contact your Customer Success Manager who will arrange for you to get the extension setup.

The new extension will become available to all customers in a couple of weeks. The update will be done automatically. Depending on your security settings, you might be prompted by Chrome to update your old extension.




Following are some of the additional features added. A complete description will be available in help documents once the extension is released

Search for existing Contact

Search your database from the chrome extension to see whether you already have a relationship with a candidate. If they do, you'll be able to see all their information without leaving the extension.

Contact Summary

You can now view work history as well as manage vacancy stages in the extension, just like in the mini profile.

Contact - Related

Add quick notes and tasks, and see a summary of the most recent ones from your team.

Contact - Files

No longer do you have to click on the full profile to see existing files like resumes. You can view full list of files that are attached to a candidate profile without leaving the extension.

Resume Parsing

Resumes are now parsed directly and immediately from within the extension. You can 'refresh' data from enrichment and resumes directly into the extension.


Updates

  • Chrome extension

Romuald Restout November 1st, 2017

Update: Release Notes - November 1st, 2017

With this release, we have made 2 changes requested by many users, that greatly improve the usability of Beamery:

1. We have added a new view of the contacts in a pool, broken down based on the status of the candidates.

2. We are now saving the changes each user makes to the columns that are visible in the All Contacts section of the app.

Pool Navigation

You can now see the status of candidates for the talent pool in a similar manner to vacancies.

When opening the contact view of a pool, you will now have a bar displaying at the top showing how many candidates you have in the pool, for each candidate status. By selecting one of the statuses, the contact list will be filtered to display only the candidates with this particular status.

This gives recruiters and sourcers a better understanding of the strength of their talent pools and helps them identify what activities to prioritize.

Re-ordering columns in the "All Contacts" view

The contact fields that are important to an organisation will vary for each organisation, which is why Beamery offers the ability to create custom fields. We also allow users to re-order columns in the "All Contacts" grid to match their requirements.

However, having taken feedback onboard, we recognised that this reordering was cumbersome when there are lots of fields in a grid, and changes were not saved between sessions.

New Functionality

Following our update, users can continue to edit their views. Moving forward though, these changes are saved and re-applied the next time the user logs in.


Updates

  • Talent Pool Navigation

  • Column Visibility in All Contacts