TL;DR: A key way in which GoodTime can assist in streamlining your scheduling processes and help you achieve greater hiring efficiencies is though the use of Templates. GoodTime templates allow you to, well, templatize those scheduling processes which you complete most often.
GoodTime Templates are further broken down into 3x key groups and they are defined as follows:
- Email Templates: As the name suggests these template all the most common email communication you share with a candidate throughout the scheduling process
- Base Templates: Base templates house all of your calendar invite information and are typically structured to reflect the different 'STAGES' of your recruitment workflow.
- Interview Templates: Interview Templates also house calendar invite information as well as specific details of the interview panel you expect to conduct this templated interview. Interview Templates are typically structured to reflect the unique 'ROLES' you are hiring for.
The following diagram (also attached below) provides a visual overview of how the GoodTime Email, Base and Interview templates interact with each other.
To further streamline your scheduling process and provide your templates more functionality GoodTime also leverages $Variables to help automate content creation within templates. The goal of variables is to improve your candidate experience though increased personalization and context sharing without the need to manually copy and paste information form other systems into your scheduling process.
Where Do I Start?
Other articles within this section provides you with a greater overview of $Variables and how they can be used. There are further sections in the help centre also dedicated to understanding Email, Base and Interview templates in more detail. sections