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System Configuration Options for Video Screening

Release: 16.1

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Overview

Customers who utilize the iCIMS Video Screening tool benefit from integrated video displayed within the candidate profile, which offers a modern, cost-effective method to streamlined candidate screening. See below for configuration options for Video Screening.

Warning: The following options are accessible only by user admins and iCIMS internal staff.

System Configuration Options for Video Screening

  1. Click Admin on the menu bar, and then select System Configuration from the submenu.
  2. Select the Video Screening Panel from the left-side options.
  3. Click the Platform Settings Panel to review available Platform settings.
  4. Review the available options. Once changes have been made, click Save to save changes.
    • Video Screening Deletion: First select a User Group and then check or uncheck the Video Screening Deletion checkbox to enable or disable the ability for specific user groups to delete videos. (Note: Deleting a video is a permanent, irreversible action.)
    • Video Screening Sharing: First select a User Group and then check or uncheck the Video Screening Sharing checkbox to enable or disable the ability for specific user groups to share videos.
    • Metrics Dashboard: First select a User Group and then check or uncheck the Metrics Dashboard checkbox to enable or disable the ability for specific user groups to view the Video Screening Metrics Dashboard.
    • Configure Video Screening Dashboard Panel: Follow this path to configure the Video Screening Dashboard Panel.
Tip: View Video Screening settings, such as contract start date, contract expiration date, and video allotment information, and manage the Video Screening logo displayed to candidates and email addresses for key points of contact by clicking into the Product Settings Panel (Admin > System Configuration > Video Screening > Product Settings).

For more information on using System Configuration, see the Introduction to System Configuration article.