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Creating Interviews: A Step-by-Step Guide

Codejudge offers a robust suite of features to streamline the recruitment process, and one of its key functionalities is the ability to create and manage interviews efficiently.

Creating interviews on Codejudge is a straightforward process. Follow these steps to get started:

Step 1: Login to the Codejudge recruiter account and navigate to the "Interviews" section. Click on “Create New Interview”.

Step 2: After Click on “Create New Interview”. It will navigate to the Information page. You have to fill out the “Interview Title” and “Interview Description”. Then click on “Questions”.

Step 3: In this section, you can add questions from the question bank. To do so, click on ‘+Add Questions’.

For more information on adding questions, read this help center article.

Step 4: After adding questions, navigate to the Details page. Where you fill the “Candidate Information”, Name, Email, and phone number. Upload Resume of the candidate. Select the “Interviewer”, If there are multiple interviewers select point of contact.

Step 5: You can choose to “Send Calendar Events”, set Start date, Duration, Pre-interview Buffer Time, add Scoring Metrics or custom metrics, Enable Chat, Enable Audio  Video, Enable Recording, Enable advanced auto-completion. After filling in all the details you can save and send invites to the candidate.

New enhancement: Now, you can add a pre-interview buffer time that will allow interviews to join the interview before the scheduled starting time. This gives an interviewer more time to set up the interview i.e., add questions and access settings.

Note: You can customize your calendar invite too. More on that here.

Creating interviews on Codejudge simplifies the candidate evaluation process, allowing recruiters to design, manage, and assess interviews with ease. By following the steps in this article, recruiters can efficiently create interviews that align with their organization's hiring needs and evaluate candidates effectively.

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