Pipeline templates allow you to organize statuses based on a specific job type. You have already created a list of all of your statuses but they might not apply to every job. Creating pipeline templates allows you to pick which statuses you want available for a specific job and lets you create automated emails that are sent when a candidate is moved into a particular status.

Step 1: Adding Statuses

Click Settings on the left panel of your account.

In the Job Settings section Click Pipeline Templates

You will need to decide how many pipeline templates you want, and what you want to call them. For example, you could have one called Lateral Hiring and another called Summer Associate Hiring.

Click Create New Pipeline Template and create the name of your Pipeline Template.

Next, you will go through each status bucket and add the statuses that you want available in each bucket for this job type.

When you click +Add Status in a bucket you will then click the dropdown to select the status you want to add. The dropdown will only show the statuses that you entered in that bucket when creating all of your statuses.

You will repeat this process until you have selected all of the statuses you want available in each status bucket for this pipeline template.

Pipeline Template Note:

Changes can be made at any time to your pipeline templates. However, if a pipeline template has already been applied to a job, the changes you make to the template will not apply to the jobs that are already using the template. The changes will only apply to any new jobs you assign the template to after the changes have been made.

Step 2: Creating Emails

For each status added to the pipeline template, you will have the ability to create an automated email associated with it. Emails are not required for each status and are 100% customizable.

Click the blue Add Email link next to the status you want to create an email associated with.

The reply to dropdown will let you pick any of the account admins as the reply to email address. The subject and body are customizable and give you three variables to choose from to personalize the email.

You will always have the opportunity to edit the email when you move a candidate into a status that has an email associated with it.

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