Navigating Different User Interfaces in Refari: A Comprehensive Guide for Recruiters

Created by Aaron Dye, Modified on Tue, 05 Dec 2023 at 10:47 AM by Aaron Dye

Introduction: Understanding the distinct user interfaces in Refari is key to effectively managing your recruitment processes. This guide highlights the differences between the recruiter's view when logged into a Refari account and the perspective of candidates or clients on your website.

Distinct Features for Recruiters:

  1. Exclusive Recruiter Features:

    • Socialize Buttons: Only visible to recruiters, not accessible to candidates or clients.
    • Job Links: Unique links available solely for recruiters.
    • Settings Cog: A tool for recruiters to modify job advert settings, unavailable to other users.
    • Recruiter-Specific Filtering: Recruiters can filter jobs by recruiters and view associated job counts, a feature not open to candidates or clients.
  2. Features Unseen by Recruiters:

    • Refer Friend and Register Now Options: These are hidden when logged in as a recruiter.
    • Job Alert Creation: While recruiters can suggest job alerts for candidates, this differs from the candidate’s experience.

Experiencing the Candidate/Client User Interface: To view your website as a candidate or client, consider the following methods:

  1. 1. Logging Out: Simply sign out of your Refari account.

  2. 3. Using Incognito/Private Mode:

    • Google Chrome: Use Control + Shift + N (or Command + Shift + N on Mac) for incognito mode. Alternatively, select 'New Incognito Window' from the menu in the top right corner.
    • Safari: Press Command + Shift + N to open a private browsing window.
    • Microsoft Edge: Use Control + Shift + N to open an InPrivate window. Alternatively, click on the three dots at the top right corner and select 'New InPrivate Window'.
    • URL Navigation: In your incognito or private window, paste the URL of the jobs page to view the site as a candidate or client.

What to Expect in Incognito/Private Mode: In this mode, recruiter-specific features like socialize buttons and the settings cog are absent. All functionalities accessible to candidates and clients, including various popovers and filtering options, are operational as expected.

Conclusion: Recognizing these interface differences is crucial for recruiters using Refari. It enhances your understanding of the user journey, enabling better support and more efficient recruitment practices.

Thank You: We trust this guide will assist you in effectively using the Refari platform. For additional support or inquiries, please contact our support team.

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