After you finish the AI Sourcing process, you will have a talent pool for your project. Ever wondered how to narrow down candidates based on their locations, skills, sourcing channels, or even contact information? More Filter can help you achieve the goal. When you are in your project pipeline, the More Filter feature allows you to review candidates in your talent pool from a particular sourcing channel or location.
From the upper right corner of the screen, you will find a drop-down filter menu that allows you to filter out specific candidates.
Under the Sourcing Channels filter, you can choose to look at candidates from the OpenWeb, ATS or Import. The comparison of the outcome of different channels helps you to reflect on your recruiting process and find out which channel works best for you.
For instance, if you want to see how many candidates are rediscovered from your ATS, simply select ATS and you will see the numbers of the candidates change on the page.
Please note, ATS as a Sourcing Channel is only available for Talent Data Cloud customers. For more information on Hiretual’s Talent Data Cloud:
You will find a Clear filter option on the right. The number beside the button indicates how many filters you have modified in the More Filter menu.
Location, Companies, Expertise
You can type in the expected Location and Companies of your candidates. You can also type in or choose the Expertise that you want your candidates to have.
During the AI Sourcing stage, you may open these filters up in order to have a larger number of candidates, but now you have the chance to find candidates that suit your needs within the talent pool.
Skills/Keywords and Experience
You can also reset your need for Skills and Keywords. At the AI Sourcing stage, you may have picked a few mandatory and preferred skills to search for the right candidates. By filtering within your pipeline, you are able to choose to look at candidates with specific skills.
Likewise, you can limit to view candidates with certain years of Experience here. This filter will be helpful if your original search is a broad one or if you have not limited the experience criteria.
Notes and Tags
You can also use the filter here to search on the Notes and Tags of the candidates added by you and your team members. This can be really helpful when you have made contact or screened your talent pool and have edited the candidates’ profiles. You can search for keywords in candidates’ notes and view them in one list.
Similarly, you can search on the candidates’ Tags. Here you are able to do a Boolean search by choosing OR, AND, NOT from the dropdown list on the left of the text bar. Just to keep in mind, you can only search for the tags that have been added to the candidates’ profiles previously.
Not Contacted by Team/ Not Viewed by Team
You can also use the filters to exclude candidates who have been contacted by your team via Hiretual. You can choose the time range from one day to 360 days.
The Not Viewed filter excludes candidates who have been viewed by your team. This may include viewing full profiles, revealing contact info, adding notes/tags and exporting profiles.
These two filters help you cooperate with other team members and maintain sufficiency during the teamwork. However, you should be aware that Hiretual only tracks the status of contacting and viewing via Hiretual. Contacts made from other channels will not affect the results of the filters here.
Contact Information/Personal Email/High Availability
The talent pool of your project may contain candidates who don’t have contact information or personal email. You can choose to view candidates with contact info by checking the box at the lower end of this filter.
The Has contact information option will list out candidates with email addresses or phone numbers, while the personal email filter only looks for profiles containing emails.
You can also use the filter to generate candidates who have high availability. If you check the box here, only candidates with the availability scored over 80 by the AI engine will be listed, as shown in the screenshot below.
You can select multiple checkboxes here to view the result.
Frequently asked questions:
Q: How does Hiretual determine a candidate’s availability?
A: The Availability under a candidate profile is determined by Hiretual’s AI learning from 200M+ profiles, looking at dimensions of title, location, seniority, industry, candidate’s work history, length in current position, the time between career changes, as well as how often the candidate is updating their social profiles and interacting with job boards. Then we train the model to predict the next change. While this data can help you determine whether it's worth reaching out to a particular candidate, and how likely it is that they are open to a new opportunity, it's always recommended to conduct additional verification during the conversation with the candidate.