Experience the future of technical interviews with Codejudge's Interview Interface for recruiters. Assess candidates problem-solving and coding skills in real-time, streamlining the evaluation process.
Follow these steps to add questions during the interview:
Step 1: Recruiter can join the interview by clicking on Start Interview button in mail or by clicking on the Go to Interview actions button in Judgepad overview page.
Step 2: On clicking, it will check for the System Compatibility, Audio and Webcam permissions etc. Click on Join interview.
Step 3: On joining the interview, it will display the interview page where you can add questions to the candidate from the Codejudge library by clicking on the Import New button.
Step 4: On clicking the Import New button, it will display all the available questions. You can add the questions by selecting Type and Difficulty in the filter section. And click on the Add To Interview button.
Step 5: Recruiter can add coding pads like Plain Text, Whiteboard, Diagram Board, Frontend Pad, Backend Pad and React Pad etc., for different programming languages by clicking on “+” button on top.
Step 6: On clicking the “Coding Pad” button, it will display the default real time coding editor screen where candidates can write code for any question.
Step 7: On clicking the “Plain Text” button, it will display the plane editor which helps the candidates to write solutions.
Step 8: On clicking the “Diagram Board” button, it will display the diagram editor which helps the candidates to draw shapes and graphs.
Step 9: On clicking the “Whiteboard” button, it will display the white board which helps the candidates to write, draw or to upload images and to erase the content.
Step 10: On clicking the “HTML/CSS/JS” button, it will display the default HTML/CSS/JS code editors which helps the candidates to work on web applications.
Step 11: On clicking the “React Pad” button, it will display the default React code editor which helps the candidates to develop react based questions.
In this way, we can add different programming questions and coding pads during the interview.