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Setting up your Hiring Pipeline
Setting up your Hiring Pipeline

How to customize your hiring pipeline to suit your hiring process

Marie Pilz avatar
Written by Marie Pilz
Updated over a week ago

Everyone's hiring process is different. It sometimes varies in the same company depending on the role. Because of this, we want you to have full control of what your hiring pipeline looks like in Toggl Hire.

Default pipeline

When a job is created, a standard hiring pipeline will default with the following steps:

  • Skills Test - the initial test that your candidates will complete

  • Video Intro - a video test to gain better insight into the person

  • Homework Assignment - a test to dive deeper into candidates' knowledge

  • Interview - no test; a placeholder step to keep candidates organized

  • Offer - no test; a placeholder step to keep candidates organized

You can customize the order and type of steps, including what you would like the first test to be - skills test, video intro, or homework assignment.

Add or remove a pipeline step

You can delete or rename the steps to suit your internal hiring process by clicking on the menu dots for the step. Additionally, you can add your own steps by clicking on "Add Step" on the far right of the pipeline. You can drag and drop the pipeline steps to rearrange them.

Each step can have a test attached to it or simply be used as a placeholder to keep your candidates organized.

Adding a test to your pipeline

To add a test to a pipeline step, click on “Create Test” under the step name. Choose a ready-made test from our test library or create a custom test.

Modifying tests

Once a test is added to a step, you can modify it by clicking on the test under the step name. You will be able to review its content, make changes, and update settings for this particular test.

Easily manage candidates by using filters, moving them to different steps or with bulk actions. You can also set up automations to invite top performers to the next step and send reminders to take a test.

Have any questions? Feel free to reach out to our support via chat or email.

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