All the information collected in a candidate's application can be captured by Talkpush and linked as Candidate Attributes. This feature allows recruiters to evaluate candidates for open roles more effectively. Its most important use case is to set Autoflow rules; they are used as triggers to enable a specific automated action! Furthermore, we need to manage these candidate attributes and see how we can eliminate those that are not needed and keep those that are important.

Here’s how to delete a Candidate Attribute

1. Go to the Leads Tab drop-down button, then choose Candidate Attributes

2. Choose a candidate attribute and click the Pencil icon to edit.

3. When a delete button is visible, there are no campaigns associated with this attribute; thus, you can easily delete it.

4. There will be a pop-up message on the right top corner of the CRM that will show if the attribute has been successfully deleted.

💡 Note: The Delete button will not be available if the candidate attribute is associated with any campaign questions in the CRM.

Here's how to Unlink it from the campaign questions

1. After clicking the pencil icon, inside the selected attribute, you will see a list of campaigns which the attribute is associated with.

2. Click on the campaign/s, and you will be re-routed to that Campaign's Question tab.

3. Click on the pencil icon across the question where the attribute is being used.

4. On the Edit Question Tab, go to the Data Map section and select another attribute to unlink the unnecessary attribute.

5. Then, click on the Save button. Once done, proceed with the steps on how to delete the candidate attribute.

🚀 Here's a quick overview of how to delete a candidate attribute. Click here to learn more about Candidate Attributes.


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