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Title: Admin back-end categories
Post by: zorab on January 05, 2011, 05:45:07 pm
Hi,

I don't understand something in the admin back-end. When you are clicking on Categories.

1.  Resume Categories     stands for ? And who's using this employers, seekers, ? And where appears in the site when used ?
2.  Profile Categories        stands for ? And who's using this employers, seekers, ? And where appears in the site when used ?
3.  Employer Categories    stands for ? And who's using this employers, seekers, ? And where appears in the site when used ?
4.  Candidate Categories   stands for ? And who's using this employers, seekers, ? And where appears in the site when used ?

i've been adding something to this categories and try to find where it goes ...sorry but no clue maybe i was missing something

Let me know please if someone is kind with an answer.

Thx a lot


Title: Re: Admin back-end categories
Post by: steve on January 06, 2011, 07:58:47 pm
I'm interested to know myself.


Title: Re: Admin back-end categories
Post by: CompuDave on January 07, 2011, 10:57:35 am
These categories are used in the forms. (Resume form, profile form, etc) If you look at Job Categories, these categories are used in the job posting form. Edit the job posting form to see how Job Classification, Job Type and Location are used.
You can create categories for the other forms. For resume, use nationality. Enter the different options under the nationality category. Now edit Nationality on the Resume form. Set Type to category and then select your new category from the Category section at the bottom of the edit form.

Basically, categories let you stipulate a list of options for the user to choose from. Hope this makes sense.


Title: Re: Admin back-end categories
Post by: zorab on January 08, 2011, 11:33:33 am
Great Make sense.
Thanx