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March Features Update

We’ll never stop working to make Stryve the smartest hiring software out there, and with that in mind, we’re super excited to showcase the platform’s latest feature releases.

March 2, 2022
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Lauren Crisp

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Stryve Calendar

As if Stryve weren’t slick enough already, our latest feature is about to take the user experience to a whole new level.  We introduce: the Stryve Calendar.

We’ve all found ourselves in the midst of endless email ping-pong when attempting to schedule a meeting; it gets even trickier when trying to slot in an interview with a candidate who has to find time around their current job. This is where Stryve Calendar comes into its own, eradicating unnecessary back-and-forth and doing away with layers of time-consuming admin and stress.

Stryve users can now sync an unlimited number of calendars with our applicant tracking system, meaning it’s super easy to check availability when scheduling interviews. Stryve does all the hard work for you, finding slots based on the recruitment team’s availability that are then emailed to the candidate to select their preferred time, or even to request more options as needed. Not only does this feature save time for all parties, but it enhances candidate experience and thus your reputation as an employer: the epitome of a win-win.

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Adding Event Attachments

Now for another nifty new feature. We like to make life easy at Stryve (it’s what makes us tick) and the capacity to add attachments to events is a simple but very effective new tool that does just that.

When creating an event in Stryve, you can now attach all the documents and paperwork you need in one go along with the event invitation: welcome packs, pre-interview tasks, office directions, interviewer bios ‒ you name it.

This new feature adds to the list of the many ways that Stryve helps to speed up the recruitment process and to keep everyone informed, happy and ready to roll onto the next stage of the hiring flow.

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Candidate Lists

As the number of candidates in your Stryve account increases, so does the need for a way to manage and organise applicants, before even thinking about adding them to the hiring flow.  For this very reason, we’ve now added the option to create and save lists of candidates.

Lists can be drawn up based on desired hiring criteria, and can be used as a way to categorise and build shortlists to share with recruiters and teammembers. You can create as many lists as you like and they’ll be safely stored away in Stryve. The result is the ability to assess a manageable pool of candidates, before deciding on whom to take to the next stage.

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Suggested Actions

Following the recent addition of widgets to Stryve’s dashboard to highlight key data for users, we’re now adding suggested actions to create an even more dynamic dashboard. With suggested actions, users can rapidly access and navigate to core features within the platform, whether it’s to create a job, schedule an interview, configure integrations or view reports. It’s all there, at the click of a mouse.

With the option to include up to eight suggested actions (the number depends on user type), as well as the flexibility to personalise the actions according to specific consumer need, this highly user-friendly feature is designed to improve both user experience and engagement. Next time you log in to Stryve, check it out ‒ it’s a beautiful thing.

We don’t stop here, though. Keep your eyes peeled for continued exciting additions to Stryve, and don’t hesitate to get in touch with suggestions to help us enhance your hiring life even further with our revolutionary ATS.

If you would like a call to discuss your hiring plans or to learn more about Stryve just click here.

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