November 7, 2022: New and improved home page, source codes, and posting errors on the calendar

I don't know about you, but our Product and Engineering teams have been working hard to bring some incredible changes to the CareerArc platform. Buckle your seatbelt and let's go! 

 

New and improved CareerArc home page

You spoke and we listened. The new home page is jam-packed with new features like:

  • Social profile visibility
  • Key metrics for your account over the past 30 days
  • Top posts that can be filtered by social platform
  • A publishing Today section that includes post information on any items that need attention
  • Job distribution cards that allow you to see how the core part of your job distribution is performing

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Read more about understanding the CareerArc home page!

 

Using source codes with your ATS

Source codes allow users to automatically append their job apply URLs with parameters that specify the source (e.g. source=facebook) on which a job link was clicked. This allows users to then view their click data within their own ATS or analytics platform (e.g. Goole Analytics). Any company admin can quickly create and use source codes from the company settings.

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Read more about creating and using source codes!

 

Understanding what posts need attention on the calendar

CareerArc has built a powerful calendar overview to help you see everything that is scheduled to distribute (and has distributed) through CareerArc in a familiar calendar interface.

The calendar is divided into two views that can be accessed on the page: Month and Week. When viewing the calendar you can easily tell:

  1. What events are coming up and which are in the past
  2. If a post didn't publish - why and how can I fix it?
  3. If a post is coming up, but the system can tell it will not publish - why?
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