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Understanding Contests: An Overview

Codejudge offers a dynamic platform that allows organisations and recruiters to host coding contests and assess the coding skills of participants. Contest overview provides essential information about the coding competition, including its duration, rules, and participating candidates.

Step 1: To view the contest overview, log in to your Codejudge Recruiter account and click on the “Contests” section. It will display a dashboard which contains details like Name, Questions, Contestants, Duration, Status and Actions.

Step 2: The contest overview page displays the Contest Status (Draft, Publish, Expired, Deleted, and Pending Approval). Moreover, you can enhance the page by adding sections like Contest ID and Published Date & Time for a more comprehensive assessment management experience.

New filter: Now, users can filer contests based on the creator.

In the filter section(created by) you can select the user you want to check. After selecting it will display all Contests published by the users.

Fresh Enhancement: Now, you can also filter your contests based on the job role.

Step 3: If you want to see the overall status of the contest, you can click on the View button in the Actions section.

Step 4: On clicking the View button, it will display all the details like Rank, Candidate Name, Functionality, Quality, Time Taken and Status of the contest. 

And it also provides features to filter and check the Candidate Contest Status like Invite Sent, Currently Active, Project Submitted and Top Performers etc. 

Step 5: If you want to add more sections like Questions, Started At, Completed At, Selection, IP Address Violations etc. to the homepage by clicking on the task button.

And it also provides features to check the Candidate Selection Status like Accepted/Shortlisted, Interview Scheduled, Final Select, Offer Released, Candidate Joined, Rejected and On Hold.

Step 6: And you can view the Contest Questions, Configuration by clicking on the tabs in the test homepage. And can also Add Candidates and Export the test results to Excel Report or PDF Report by clicking on it.

Step 7: To perform an in-depth analysis of the contest, you can export your contests directly into an excel. This enhances the efficiency of data management and review processes.

Note: You can either export all or set an offset and export with applied filter.

The contest overview on Codejudge provides vital details about coding contests, allowing organizers and recruiters to manage competitions efficiently. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can access the contest detail page, understand contest information, view participating candidates, and monitor the progress of the contest in real-time. 

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