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How can I capture additional candidate information?
How can I capture additional candidate information?
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Written by Priyanka Khandagale
Updated over a week ago


Recruiters and Hiring Managers will learn how to capture additional candidate information in a Test.

To capture additional information

  1. Login to your WeCP account as a Recruiter or Hiring Manager.

  2. Select the Test from the home page and navigate to the Settings tab at the top.

  3. Click on the Landing Page tab on the left.

  4. Scroll down and click on Add Field button present under Additional Candidate Information, to add fields of your choice and gather additional candidate information. You will be further asked to fill in the following information:

    1. Enter Field Name- You must enter the name of the field for the candidates to clearly understand, what they need to fill in.
      For example - If you want to know the grades of the candidates, then the field name must be CGPA or Percentage.

    2. Type- You must choose the type of input from the drop-down list which includes the following:

      1. Text- Allows the candidate to enter text input in the field.

      2. Number- Allows the candidate to enter only digits in the field.

      3. Email- Allows only Email inputs in the field.

      4. URL- The candidates will only be allowed to enter links/ URLs.

      5. PDF file- You can use this to capture candidate information like Resume, Marksheets, Score Card etcetera.

      6. Dropdown- Provides a list of drop-down items for the candidates to choose from. The items of this dropdown list must be entered in the field below the Name field and they should be separated by commas.

    3. Required- You must toggle this button ON if you want to make the field mandatory for the candidates to fill in.

  5. To delete a field, click on the delete icon alongside the field name.

  6. Do not forget to click on the Save Changes button at the top, before logging out.

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