What is the point of a database if you cannot trust your data? To ensure that data entering your system or data captured within select processes is detailed, we highly recommend taking advantage of Requirements.
How to Set Required Fields
Head over to: UTILITIES–>TABLE EDITOR–>and select the subject you'd like to set requirements for
Now, select any or all of the fields you deem a requirement. If you see a field(s) that you do not want as a requirement, just uncheck the box next to the unwanted field(s) and click “Update"
As an administrator, you have the ability to set requirements for the following
New Company Profiles
In order to fully take advantage of the Company Search Page, we recommend setting the following options. Why? Avionté alerts the user when they are creating a profile for an existing client. Avionté looks to the company website on the existing profile in comparison to the new company profile to confirm the duplicate.
Note: requirements are applied to each place you are creating a new company - add-ins, Echo, and in-app
New Applicant Profiles
In order to fully take advantage of the Applicant Search Page, we recommend setting the following options. Why? When you run a search, Avionté looks to the data found on the applicant's profile. What good would it be to search for candidates within a ten-mile radius of the zip code "94598" if half your candidate profiles do not contain a zip code?!
Note: Applicant requirements are applied to the places applicants can be added - Add-ins, Echo, and in-app
The author of the submittal will be notified of the missing requirements as they attempt to nominate/submit the candidate.
Extending and Approving Job Offers
Filling a Job
Once you've set these requirements, users will see the below screen if they attempt to fill a job sans your selection
Be sure to apply the same requirements to web applicants as you do for new applicant profiles. To Create requirements for web applicants, head over to the Careers Page Editor.