The Talkpush team has implemented some enhancements to our data export feature, and candidate communication tokens. 🀩

What's new? πŸ“

⚠️ A warning sign when exporting large data


When the user attempts to export 5,000 or more candidate data, a caution message will display when the user clicks on "Download." The message will inform the user that the export will be in a queue, which may result in a longer than normal download time.

What contributes to 5,000 and more candidate data-points? A large amount of data includes selecting all campaigns, extensive date range like the past three months, or more, including the extra data and the transcript data in your exports.

See the short video below. πŸ‘‡

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FAQs βœ‹

  • If the user chooses to export the large data-set, a progress bar will be displayed on the notification bell.
  • If the export is in a queue behind other users' exports, it may seem as if nothing is happening, but don't worry, it is! It's just in a queue, so please don't resubmit the request! πŸ‘
  • The user can continue to perform other activities on the platform or choose to close the window while the export takes place in the background.
  • Users can only perform one large data-set export at a time, so if users have additional large data-set to export, they'll need to wait until the first export is complete before starting a second large export.

Exporting a small amount of data ⏬

When the user attempts to download a data-set of less than 5,000 candidate data-points, a new tab will open, and the file will be downloaded directly to the user's computer.

Smaller exports will not be queued behind the large exports so download times will be normal.πŸ˜‰

See the short video below. πŸ‘‡

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New tokens for your messages ✍

Users may now incorporate the job title, company city, and assigned recruiter seamlessly into writing the applicants' communications.😍

For example, "Hi <candidate name>! Thanks for applying for <job_title> in <campaign_city>. Please look for <assigned_recruiter>. See you!"

Here is how! πŸ‘‡

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