Permissions: Site Admin, and Job Admin who can email candidates/prospects
Product tier: Available for Advanced and Expert subscription tiers
Once candidate self-scheduling is configured in your organization, you can send a self-schedule request to candidates during the interview process. During this self-schedule request, a candidate will be asked to pick a time from a list of open times on the interviewer's calendar.
Note: Self-schedule requests are meant to be used for interview stages with a single interview. Stages with multiple interviews or interviewers (such as a multi-step onsite interview) can't be scheduled using candidate self-scheduling. Click here for more information on scheduling multi-step interviews.
Send a self-schedule request
Go to the candidate's profile and select the appropriate job from their profile. Then, click Send self-schedule request.
Complete the fields in the Self-schedule window, then click Send self-schedule request.
Note: If the self-schedule link isn't appearing, or a user is not appearing in the fields, they may not have connected their account to be eligible for self-scheduling. Click here for more information on setting up self-scheduling.
When a self-schedule request is pending, it will display on the candidate's profile as "Self-schedule request sent."
- Interviews can be scheduled up to 30 days in the future.
- The candidate can choose from availability based on the interviewer's current availability on their Google Calendar or Outlook 365 calendar.
- Available times are business hours, Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, based on the interviewer's timezone.
- Candidates cannot self-schedule an interview for the same day.
Once a candidate self-schedules an interview, it will show up like any other interview on their profile and job page.
Click here for more information on how candidates can complete self-schedule requests.