To wrap up the year, the CodeSignal Product and Engineering teams updated a variety of features. For December, we’re highlighting a pair of changes that improve filesystem questions:
- Import files and folders into filesystem questions
- Filesystem questions can have multiple versions per environment
Import files and folders into filesystem questions
We’ve made it easier and faster for company users to create project-based questions. You can directly import both files and folders into the CodeSignal filesystem, either with the upload button or by dragging and dropping items. This change will make it much quicker to migrate existing questions into CodeSignal.
To learn more about creating advanced assessment questions that provide candidates a realistic software environment, read the following article:
Filesystem questions can have multiple versions per environment
Learn more about creating filesystem questions in the support articles below:
Here's a comprehensive list of everything else we pushed live in December, grouped by product area:
- Tech Screen
- Pre-Screen & Tech Screen
- Candidates who do not attend their scheduled Tech Screen now receive an email stating they were a no-show.
- Candidates who cancel or do not show up to their scheduled Tech Screen now receive two reminder emails prompting them to reschedule.
Pre-Screen & Tech Screen
- Companies can filter assessment results by sender. For example, a recruiter who invited candidates to complete assessments from their company’s CodeSignal instance can focus on just the assessments they sent out.
- Companies can filter assessments by creator.
- Improved UI when a user loses connection during an interview. Users no longer need to refresh the page to reconnect.
- Companies can now include the Pre-Screen Test Coding Score when downloading results from General Coding Framework assessments.
- Advanced Assessment questions:
- [In Beta] Added a callstack to the step-through debugger.
- For single-function questions, candidates can now run custom test cases against both their own code and the author’s solution.
- [In Beta] Single-function test cases show an indicator so candidates know if any given test case has console or error outputs.