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Action – Actions within your Flow settings are key steps which move a candidate through the hiring journey. An Action can be an email or an event.  

Action Card – Action Cards can be found in your Flow settings page, each card represents an Action (or step) in your hiring process.

Active Candidate – An Active Candidate is one that has been added to the Hiring Flow for a LIVE job.

Alumni Candidate – An Alumni Candidate is one that is stored in your database but is not included in a LIVE job.

Archived Job – An Archived job is a role for which the hiring process is complete and no longer live on the system.

Stage – A stage in your Hiring Flow represents each step of your hiring. Moving a candidate card into a new stage, will carry them forward to a new step in your hiring process.

Candidate Card – A Candidate Card represents an individual Candidate in your Hiring Flow. From each card, access the candidate profile and edit their status.

Candidate Quick View – Candidate Quick View allows you to view a candidate directly from within the Hiring Flow. The Quick View feature allows you to move through candidate profiles and edit their status, without leaving the Hiring Flow page.

Draft Job – Draft Job status means that the job is not yet live, you might still be working on the Job Settings or waiting for the right time to go live.  

Hiring Flow – The Hiring Flow is the overview of your hiring journey, where you move your candidates through the live hiring process, triggering the actions you set up in your Flow settings page.

Careers Page – Your Careers Page is your public job landing page where you can promote your roles to candidates. Candidates can apply directly to your role from the Careers Page.

Tags –Tags are words such as Marketing, Tech, Operations, Business Development. Create Tags for each of your job roles in the Job Settings page, these are skills that are essential to the role. Tags are also attached to candidate profiles, skills pulled from their CV. Together they help to build a candidate’s Stryve Score.

Live Job – A Live Job status means that the hiring flow for the role is live and you are actively recruiting. If your job is live, the role will automatically appear on your public company Careers Page.

Navigation Bar -The Navigation Bar is the menu bar across the top of each page in the system. From here you can navigate yourself back to home by clicking on Stryve.

Navigation Search Bar – The Navigation Search Bar is found in the Navigation Bar, the menu bar across the top of each page in the system, search for anything within the system using this search bar.

One Click Recruit – One Click Recruit is our speedy set up. If you simply want to add in the title of new role but don’t have time to fill in all the details, One Click Recruit means you can get hiring straight away.

Permission Pre-sets - We have created default permissions for different user profiles. For example, our ‘Recruiter’ permission pre-set means that the user can view the candidates they have put forward for a role but not all who have applied and the user cannot view or edit company details. The ‘Company Admin’ has universal access to everything on the platform. Each Permission Pre-set is specifically designed to suit the user profile.

Profile Card – Your profile card is found in the top right corner of your page in the Navigation Bar. Here you can log out, or access your settings.

Smart Schedule – Smart Schedule allows you to schedule events by connecting with participants calendars. To use Smart Schedule, you will need to sync your calendar with Stryve.

Stryve Score – The Stryve Score is your unique tool for aggregating CVs in seconds. The Stryve score uses the key tags attached to your live job, along with relevant data points to give candidates a unique score. The higher the score the better suited they are to your job!

Slug – The slug is the unique identifying part of a web address, typically at the end of the URL. This will be the text at the end of the URL leading to your Careers Page

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