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What’s new in AmazingHiring!

 

Skills sources

 

You often ask us, how is the block with skills being formed. Now the answer can be found in the system: just click on the particular skill or technology and you will see the source.

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Information about the companies

Now users have access to information about the companies: who are (or was) working there, for which companies do employees work for more often after leaving; and from which company did they come from when started working there. Statistical information can be viewed by clicking on the company in the candidate’s profile.

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A new source of emails

Now you can see emails that developer indicated when adding code to open-source projects.

Changing the language interface in the plugin version (RU/EN)

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Changing the language of the location depending on your browser settings or language preferences in the system

tumblr_inline_nxnmr1wcts1tsft6h_1280   Happy hunting ☺

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