Setup, Step 2: Building out the Schedule
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Written by Annie Cox
Updated over a week ago

In the last article, we learned how to navigate to an Interview Scheduling event and fill out the basic Event Details. In this article, we will cover how to build out the schedule. Note that this step pertains to the basic structure of when interviews will be taking place. Deciding when employers and students will be able to view various components of the event will come later, in step 3.

Once you get to step 2, the Schedule page, you will see the following screen. Click on +Add Time Block to begin building out the schedule:

In this example, let's imagine that we want an all-day session during the entire third week of July. Notice how you can select multiple dates at a time:

First, let's indicate that this is an all day session by inputting 9am-5pm:

As of right now, Flo Recruit only offers virtual meetings:

After selecting the start and end time of your event, you will choose the length of these interviews!

Notice how the "Number of Interviews" will auto-fill based on the timeframe and length of the interviews. For example, if we were to make the interviews shorter, more interviews would be possible:

If desired, you can include breaks. These can be in between every meeting, every other meeting, after just the 1st meeting, the 2nd meeting, and so on. They can be as short as 5 minutes or as long as 90:

You also have the ability to create custom breaks in your schedule. These must be scheduled after an interview and can be up to 150 minutes.

Once you select Create Time Block, the schedule will display:

If needed, you could continue to add more time blocks. For example, you might want to add some weekend availability:

It is also easy to delete an entire date of time blocks by simply clicking on the date > three dots > Delete Date:

In case you need to change the date, add breaks, or adjust the length of the interviews, you can also edit a time block:

Once this structure is in place, you may proceed with the next step: the Event Timeline.

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