Customize You Application Form

We give you some easy default options, but making it personal makes your job application more efficient.

Application Form

Here's where you can customize the information you're collecting from your applicants. It's the last section at the bottom of the Job Setup.  Users can add predefined questions like work experience or create custom questions.

Enable, disable, and mark questions as  required for applicants with a click – purple means that option is currently active, gray denotes that it's disabled.

Predefined Application Form Questions

  • Name
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Work Experience
  • Social Profile Links (Linkedin, GitHub, Portfolio, Personal Website)
  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Newsletter Sign Up (a great way to educate candidates while building your email list)

Add Custom Questions

On the  Application Form section of a job posting, scroll to the bottom and click the +Add a custom question button.  

For each question, you can choose from four different response types in the drop-down. We describe text, boolean (yes/noe, multiple choice, and checkboxes question types in just a minute.

Edit custom questions by selecting the pencil icon.

Remove custom questions by selecting the trashcan icon.

Mark questions as Required or Optional.

Single Line Text
Single line text responses are perfect for short form questions. These should be used when you're expecting responses from one to 10 words.

Paragraph Text
Single line text responses are perfect for long form questions. These should be used when you're expecting responses from three to five sentences.
Boolean (yes/no)

With a Boolean (yes/no) response, the candidate will select Yes or No to the question you provided. 

Multiple Choice
With a multiple choice response, the candidate will select the best possible answer out of the options you provide. Remove options by selecting the trashcan icon on the right and add more options using the +Add another option button at the bottom.

Checkboxes
Checkbox responses allow candidates to check all options that apply.

Date Picker (DD-MM-YYYY)

Date picker responses allow candidates to select a specific date. We recommend using the Date Picker question when asking for a start date.

Terms & Conditions

The Terms & Conditions question type is used for adding disclaimer text to the end of your application form.