This month, our Product and Engineering teams made improvements for both candidates and company users across our platform. For November, we’re highlighting two of these changes:
- View coding reports for Interview sessions
- Use session startup scripts in Advanced Assessment questions
View coding reports for Interview sessions
With this update, we’ve made it easier than ever to find and analyze interview results. Interview Reports enable you to dig into what questions were asked during the interview, watch replays, view diffs, and more— all from one central report. To learn more or toggle on Interview Reports, contact your CSM.
Want to see a walk-through of Interview Reports?
Use session startup scripts in Advanced Assessment questions
Advanced Assessment questions, both pre-built and custom, now support startup scripts that automatically execute the first time the candidate visits the question. This means that candidates no longer need to copy and paste the instructions from the question’s description into the terminal to start building their application, saving valuable time.
The session startup script is “setup.sh” and lives in the .codesignal folder by default.
To learn more about creating Advanced Assessment questions and including a setup script, see the support article below:
Here's a comprehensive list of everything else we pushed live in November, grouped by product area:
- Candidate status in Tech Screen now broadcasted to Greenhouse
- Updated FAQ link in candidate Tech Screen portal to point to Tech Screen KBs
- Customers can now duplicate Interview Templates
- Question authors can now use whitespaces and special characters in their question titles
- Single function questions: Custom test cases will be retained if the candidate returns to the question
- Advanced Assessment questions:
- Cursor and scroll position now preserved for opened tabs in the filesystem
- Question authors can now import a file or folder directly into the filesystem
- Introduced candidate demographic survey into the product
- Proctoring: Clarified explanation of the difference between photo ID and picture steps for candidates