If at any point, you decide that you want to make edits to any of the interview guides within your Hiring Process, you can. Although you may have several different interviews you conduct for a given position or even on an account level, the process to edit them is the same.
There are two different routes you can follow to get to the edit page, we'll start with navigating from the edit job page.
Navigating from the Edit Job Page:
Step One: From the 'Jobs' tab in the navigation bar, click on the pencil icon under the job title you would like to edit the Elements Interview for.
Step Two: You will automatically be routed to the Set up your Job page where you can make any edits to the job description, location, hiring manager, etc. If you don't need to make any edits to this part of the job at this time, click the 'Next' button to move on to the Hiring Steps page.
Step Three: Find your Elements Interview then click the pencil icon to begin editing your Elements Interview.
On the edit page now? Great! Skip to the "HOW TO EDIT" section to learn how to customize.
Navigating from the Hiring Steps page:
Step One: Start by clicking on the 'Hiring Steps' button from the navigation bar at the top of the page.
Step Two: Once on the 'Hiring Steps' page, you will need to click over to your 'Interviews' tab. Once on the 'Interviews' tab, find the one you would like to edit then click on the interview title.
HOW TO EDIT
First, you'll need to click the 'Edit' button. We'll give you the opportunity to simply review prior to editing.
On the interview edit page, you'll be able to search our bank of questions or add your own using the tools to the lefthand side of the page.
To search our database of questions, you can search by keyword using the Search field or check the boxes next to the competencies you would like to measure in your interview to produce sample questions. If you see something you like, click the green dots to the right of the question to drag and drop into it 'Interview Questions' portion of the page
To add your own question, simply begin typing n the 'Add a custom question field' then click the 'Add' button. If you'd like to make this question available for future use on other interviews, click the 'Save to question bank' check box.
As you are creating your interview, you'll see a count for the number of questions you've added into your interview towards the upper, righthand side of the page.
Once you've added all of the questions you can possibly add, click the 'Save' button at the top of the page.