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Adding and Editing Profile Tab Sections

Release: 16.2

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Sections can be added to all field-type tabs. Section house fields and field collections, organizing the tab. (Note: No fields can be placed directly onto a tab. A section must first be created on the tab to house the fields.)

Adding a Section to a Profile Tab

The steps below demonstrate adding a new section to an already-existing tab. For steps on how to create a tab, please see the Adding and Editing Profile Tabs article.
  1. Select a tab, and then select the Add New Section button to launch the Add New Section window.
An image of the Add New Section button highlighted in System Configuration.
  1. Enter a name for the section in the Label field.
  2. Click the Show Advanced Options plus icon to view additional configurations, if necessary.
  3. Click the Add button to add the new section to the existing tab in the Person Profile.
  4. Click Save to finalize the addition of the new section. 

Editing a Section on a Profile Tab

  1. Navigate to the section to edit, select the down arrow on the right side of the section, and select the Edit Section button.
An image of the Edit Section button highlighted in System Configuration.
  1. Make any edits within the Edit Section window and select the OK button.
  2. Select the Save button to finalize the changes to the existing section. 
  • To move a section within the same profile tab, click the grip icon to the left of the section name and drag it to a new location. 
An image of the grip icons highlighted beside a section in System Configuration.
  • To move a section to another profile tab, expand the Actions menu (represented by a down arrow to the right of the section name) and select Move Section to Another Tab. Then, select the correct tab and click Move. Finally, click Save to preserve your changes.
An image highlighting the Actions dropdown and the Move Section to Another Tab option.

User Admin Curriculum

The iCIMS introductory curriculum for user admins is split into four sections: Working in System Configuration, Managing Libraries, Managing Users & Profiles, and Managing Scheduled Reports. It includes videos and articles, with each type of resource denoted by the following icons:
  • User-added image: Article
  • User-added image: Learning Clip
  • User-added image: Chapetered Video
  • User-added image: Training Webinar
These resources provide information to assist user admins in configuring and maintaining their organization's instance of the iCIMS Talent Platform.

Working in System Configuration

Managing Libraries

Managing Users & Profiles

Managing Scheduled Reports