Automated imports and exports

You can now import and export profiles from and to your Riminder's account within moments thanks to the new Python scripts we've developed for the Enterprise plan. It is very useful to:

  • Post a bunch of profiles, whether they are structured or not;
  • Get profiles from Riminder given specific criteria.

Check the documentation here for imports and here for exports.

New Webhook actions

The new events' Webhook integration allows you to receive real-time notifications about your profiles' feedbacks on Riminder.

Through our Webhooks, you can now:

  • Get notified when a profile is (un)successfully labelled as YES, NO, LATER
  • Get notified when a profile is (un)successfully rated, i.e. has been given a star-rating feedback

You can learn more about Webhooks here, and learn how to set them up here

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C# package available for our API

Beyond Python, PHP and Javascript/Node, we're now supporting a C# package to make it easy for you to use our API.
C# is a very popular software development language within the Enterprise community.

Learn more about how our API works in our docs and get started with our C# package here.


Predict skills and their expertise level for better hiring decisions

For every profile, see predicted skills the candidate didn't mention in their resume and their levels of expertise:

  • Soft and Hard Skills
  • Special Skills, making this profile stand out
  • Transversal Skills developed and leveraged by the candidate throughout each stage of their career
  • Filter Skills expected by the recruiter for this given job Filter

This will allow you to focus on the strongest and most crucial skills for the position during your interviews.

See here to understand skills on Riminder

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Source from LinkedIn with our Chrome extension

Browsing on LinkedIn and coming across relevant profiles for your company? Simply:

  • Click on the Riminder extension to analyse the profile;
  • Select the Source you want to feed;
  • Import it straight to your Riminder's account.

Download it here and see here how to set it up.

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Introducing Riminder's new profile feed

Now, you can directly see on the feed key insights about a profile and what makes it relevant for a given job Filter.

Avoid opening each profile to get more details and see at a glance the most important information:

  • Most relevant experience and education for the Filter
  • Top companies or skills according to the Filter and their levels of expertise
  • Full name and seniority
  • Application date

The name of the Source through which the candidate applied also becomes more easily accessible.

Check here to see how to use the feed to identify relevant candidates.

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Easy access to your candidates' social profiles

You can now have a direct access to a candidate's social profiles when looking at his Profile tab.

Their latest tweets and their GitHub repositories are just one click away.


"Jobs" are now "Filters"

Jobs are now called Filters, to better reflect how you can use them - to filter your profile database and identify in one second the best candidates to meet for a position.


Filter recommendations

Get tailored Filter recommendations to leverage your profile database on Riminder.

Create recommended job Filters to identify talents in your database for positions you didn't think about before.

You can check here to see how to use these recommendations.


Source recommendation

Get recommendations about which sources available on the Marketplace would expand your profile sourcing.

You can have a look here to see how to use these recommendations.


No published changelogs yet.

Surely Riminder will start publishing changelogs very soon.

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