Candidate self-scheduling is simple to set up so you can benefit from more efficient scheduling in Greenhouse Recruiting.
You'll need to complete these steps before you send a self-schedule request or allow another user to send one on your behalf.
Connect your calendar to your Greenhouse Recruiting account
Interviewers will need to enable the Google Calendar or Outlook 365 integration to receive self-scheduling requests.
To connect your calendar to your Greenhouse Recruiting account, click Integrations on your navigation bar.
On the Integrations page, search for Google Calendar or Office 365, and select Connect to integrate your calendar on Greenhouse Recruiting.
See the topics below for more information:
Connect your video conferencing tool
To automatically add a video conference to self-scheduled interviews, you'll also need to connect your video conferencing tool to your Greenhouse Recruiting account.
To connect your video conferencing tool, click Integrations on your navigation bar.
On the Integrations page, search for your preferred video conferencing tool like Zoom or Google Meet, and click Connect to connect your video conferencing tool.
For more information on each video scheduling integration, see the following:
Grant access to your calendar
If you want another user to send self-schedule requests for interviews scheduled to your calendar on your behalf, you need to first grant that user permission to add and edit events on your calendar.
To grant access to your calendar, follow the instructions for your calendar provider below.
Create self-schedule email templates
While a default email template for self-scheduling requests is automatically included with your Greenhouse Recruiting account, you can create and modify additional self-scheduling request templates to be sent to candidates.
To create a self-schedule email template, click Configure from your navigation bar, then select Email Templates on the left.
Click here for more information on creating email templates.