As your organization refines its hiring process over time, it is possible that your organization realizes that it would like to add a stage to all job openings in a specific department (or even across the entire organization). This article covers how to edit job stages across multiple jobs using the bulk edit feature.
Navigate to the job list
To edit Stages in bulk, click Jobs on your navigation bar. Navigate to the list of jobs and select which jobs will be included in the bulk action by clicking the checkbox to the left of the job name.
When finished, click Edit: Stages/Interviews.
When you have finished editing the scorecards for all the jobs included in the bulk edit, click Save Changes.
Edit stage name in bulk
To edit the name of a Stage for all jobs included in the bulk edit, click the name of any Stage on the Bulk Edit Stages/Interviews page.
Use the provided field to edit the name of the Stage. When finished, click to confirm the edit.
Add new stage in bulk
To add a new Stage to all jobs included in the bulk edit, navigate down the Bulk Edit Stages/Interviews page and click Add a Category.
Use the subsequent dialog box, to either:
- Create a brand new Stage using the provided input text field
- Select a Stage from the pre-populated list
- Copy a Stage from another job
When finished, click Add. The Stage will be added to all jobs included in the bulk edit.
Add an existing stage to other jobs in bulk
If a Stage only exists on some jobs included in the bulk edit and you would like to add the Stage to all jobs included in the bulk edit, hover over the name of the Stage and click Add to all.
Remove a stage from jobs in bulk
To remove a Stage from all the jobs included in the bulk edit, hover over the name of the Stage and click Remove from all.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm this irreversible process. To continue, click Remove this stage.
Reorder stages in bulk
To reorder Stages for all jobs included in the bulk edit, click Re-Order Stages.
Use the subsequent dialog box to drag and drop the stages into an order. This action will reorder the stage relative to all the stages included in the bulk edit and will not necessarily reflect what the stage flow will look like for the individual job.
When finished, click Update Stage Order.