More Big Biller Tips for Recruiting ATS Success
Welcome back to our series of blog posts about recruiting ATS success. The applicant tracking system that we’re highlighting, of course, is Big Biller.
As you may have heard us say before, Big Biller is designed for ease of use. The reason is simple. We want users to save time during the recruiting process so they can focus on other tasks. Specifically, we want them to focus on the tasks that help them make more placements.
So we are back again with more tips for recruiting ATS success. We recently published these “Did You Know?” tips in the news section of Big Biller. A Help Center article and/or video accompanies each tip, explaining it in more detail. (Editor’s note: the Help Center is available 24/7 to help answer your questions about Top Echelon’s tools and services.)
The next three best practice tips for the Big Biller recruiting software are listed below.
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Did You Know . . . About the Acronym NEAR?
You’ve probably seen the acronym NEAR throughout various list views in Big Biller. But what do those letters mean? You can use them as quick links to take specific action on that record without having to open up the actual datasheet.
Click HERE for a Help Center article about about the acronym NEAR in Big Biller!
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Did You Know . . . What the Planner Can Do?
Get organized and on track with Big Biller! The Planner allows you to keep track of your activities and see what you need to do for the day, week, or even month. Big Biller’s Planner can help you save even more time, so that you can do more of what leads to deals and placements.
Click HERE for a Help Center article and video about the Planner!
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Did You Know . . . About Wildcard Searching?
Having trouble finding somebody in Big Biller? Not quite sure how to spell their name or how to search on their phone number? Try using the wildcard symbol in Big Biller’s quick find to locate the record you’re looking for.
Click HERE for a Help Center article about wildcard searching in Big Biller!
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Check future issues of The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog for another installment of “Did You Know?”