Refari Icons - What do they all mean?

Created by Liam Dye, Modified on Thu, 22 Feb 2024 at 09:24 PM by Liam Dye

What do they mean?


You may have noticed we have started introducing Icons to your dashboard, this is to allow us to show you lots of useful information about your Candidates, Company Users and Job Ads without taking up too much room on your Dashboard


Candidates


This means a recruiter has suggested a Job Alert to this candidate

 This means a Job Alert suggested to this candidate has been accepted

This means this candidate has created their own Job Alert

This means this candidate has applied for a job

This means this candidate has registered their details with you

This means this candidate has been imported from your ATS/CRM

This means this candidate has been referred to your company multiple times

This means this candidate has a candidate ad created for them


Company Users


This user can receive TopRec Ratings & Reviews

This user has gamification turned on

This user has linked an ATS to their account

This user is part of more than one company

This user has filled in their profile


Job Ads


This means this job has been edited within Refari

This means this job is a featured job on your Job Board

This means this job is an internal only job

This means this job has additional screener questions attached

This means this job has some detailed location but it is not yet complete

This means this job has a full detailed location

This means this job has no detailed location at all

This means this job has received traffic via LinkedIn

This means this job has received traffic via Indeed

This means this job has received traffic via Google

This means this job has received traffic via a Job Alert

This means this job has received traffic via a Socialisation



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