When acquiring new candidates, you can set your own fields that are a priority for you at the entry in the response form. By clicking on the add template button, you can choose among other general elements such as LinkedIN, desired salary and others, in addition to the mandatory items of name and email. As another form element, you can add any other tags or custom filter items.
If you check the button enable landing page, then you allow the response form to be used to collect information about applicants separately.
View the link to manage response forms.
If you want to collect contacts from students at a job fair, landing pages are ideal.
One response form can be used in several places (career pages, Facebook, job portal XY) and each time it can have a different source identifier so that specific candidates come to Recruitis already marked with the appropriate source.
In addition to the "classic" elements of the form, you can add, for example, a group of labels so that the candidate can choose, for example, what programming languages he knows or what skills he has, and he landed in your talent pool already marked in this way, and you did not have to mark him manually based on the CV.
Landing pages create applicants in the database, that is, someone who has not responded to any position.
On the contrary, the response form itself creates the candidate's response to a specific position, of which there may be several.