Setting up and managing 1:1 conversations
Table of ContentsHow to manage the scheduled 1:1 conversationsWhat are 1:1 conversations?How to set up your 1:1 conversations schedule in four stepsHow to manage the scheduled 1:1 conversationsHow to invite interesting candidatesAdditional information for hybrid events
Keep in mind that this feature might not be available for the event you are attending. For more information about the availability of the feature, reach out to the event organisers.
What are 1:1 conversations?
1:1 conversations are a way for you to meet the candidates "face to face". Via this feature, each stall representative can offer bookable video conversation time slots for the participants.
Some tips before you get started...
- Use one of the following browsers: We only support the most updated versions of Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.
- Ensure that you can use the browser version of Zoom: The 1:1 conversations take place in Zoom. It does not require the Zoom app, only the browser version.
- Make sure your browser has access to the microphone and camera: Go to your browser settings and check whether your browser is allowing microphone and camera.
- Do your research on the candidates: You can click on the candidates’ names and check out their profiles prior to the call. Remember that you can also invite interesting candidates to a 1:1 conversation when chatting with them.
Take a look at the below video to see how you set up and manage 1:1 conversations:
In short, you can schedule and manage the 1:1 conversations in the "1:1 conversations" tab!
How to set up your 1:1 conversations schedule in four steps
- Select the team member(s) that will be available for the 1:1s. You will only be able to add colleagues that are part of the stall team. Read how you can add them here.
- Decide whether candidates should write a short motivation text when requesting a time slot.
- Write a short description for each recruiter in order to align expectations with the requesting candidates - this is your chance to make it clear to the candidates what each of you wishes to speak about in the call.
- Add the available time slots for each team member. Usually, the time slots are set between 10-30 minutes, all dependent on the purpose.
How to manage the scheduled 1:1 conversations
When a user books a 1:1 conversation, the status will show as pending.
You can read more about the candidates’ motivation and screen their profiles.
Click on the action button to accept or decline the request. You can also offer the candidate another time slot or suggest having a conversation with another recruiter.
When a booking is accepted, a link will be generated automatically after 15 minutes and you can then join the 1:1 conversation with just one click. Shortly before the confirmed 1:1 conversation, the candidate and you will receive a notification on the platform as well as an email reminder.
How to invite interesting candidates
There are two ways of inviting interesting candidates to a 1:1 conversation.
Note: In order to be able to invite users, you will need to have at least one colleague added to the 1:1 Conversation tab.
1. Via the sourcing tool
You can invite candidates to a 1:1 conversation when browsing through the participants' list in the sourcing tool (tab: "Online talent").
Just click on "Invite to 1:1 Conversation" and select the recruiter and time. Keep in mind you can invite students to 1:1 conversations before and during the event!
Find out more about the sourcing tool here.
2. Via the chat
You can invite candidates to a 1:1 conversation while chatting during the event.
If you would like to book a conversation with a candidate, click on the "Invite to 1:1 Conversation" button in the chat window!
Find out more about the chat feature here.Delete
Additional information for hybrid events
If you are participating in a hybrid event, you can decide whether you want the conversations to take place online, in person, or both.
When setting up the different time slots, you can choose for each time slot individually, where the conversation should take place. You can select the type via the drop-down.
- If you select “Online”, a link to join the meeting virtually will automatically be created.
- If you select "Physical", no video call link will be generated. Instead, you have to insert the location in the field "PHYSICAL LOCATION (OPTIONAL)".