March 2014 release notes: CRM Recruiters

We are delighted to announce that our latest Marketplace has gone live. This is largely an interface update that should help recruiters to navigate the platform more easily. A summary of the changes can be found below, but feel free to contact us directly if you would like one of our team to organise a more detailed run through of the update.

Notes on Campaigns

The platform will now create a note against all candidates and contacts who recruiters send marketing emails to. This should make it easier to see if you have communicated to contacts recently and track your teams campaign usage.

We have also updated contacts with previous campaigns so recruiters can see a fuller contact history. In the future the note will also contain the text details of the campaign communication message.

Interface changes

You will notice we now have improved the layout of key items throughout your CRM. Recruiters now have the ability to perform common actions like creating a note or pinning from the top left across all pages. This means you will not have to scroll down to log a phone call on a contact.

Miscellaneous improvements

WYSIWYG is updated to better handle pasted text. We have extended reporting fields in the vacancy WIP report.


As always, we are keen to get your feedback. If you have any ideas on how we can improve the Marketplace, feel free to click the ‘support’ tab and let us know your thoughts.

To ensure the best possible Recruiter experience we have removed support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 8. Microsoft has long since dropped support for this product and while things will generally work fine, we will not be testing with this very dated browser moving forwards.

If you have not updated your browser or are unsure what version you’re using, please navigate to the link below:
Check your Internet Explorer Version.

See you soon in the next release!


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Ben is the Chief Executive Officer of the The Search Party, responsible for our global operations and strategy. He's a marathon swimmer who swam the English Channel solo in July 2014. He's an Ambassador for Opportunity International Australia, a supporter of The Hunger Project and is passionate about ending world poverty.

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