We continue to work and enhance our Diversity Recruiting Suite. With this latest release, we have added many significant enhancements for our users including, the ability to format job descriptions and content within the software as well as add many more types of files for resume redaction. User session security has been improved. Finally, we have implemented many bug fixes. Thank you for sharing your feedback and helping to make this an exceptional platform for recruiting candidates from all backgrounds.

The 2.7.0 release is scheduled to be deployed on Saturday, November 13, 2021. The platform will be placed in maintenance mode and will be offline from 2:00 am through 6:00 am ET to deploy the new release.

If you have any questions or experience any issues following this update, please contact¬†[email protected].

TalVista 2.7.0 Enhancements:

  • Job Description/Content Formatting
  • Resume Processing
  • Session Security

Job Description and Content Formatting

A WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) text editor has been added to the Job Description and Content Optimization pages. Users now can add bold, underlining, and italic text, bulleted (unordered) and numbered (ordered) lists, and more. Editing can be done with both HTML and Rich Text formats.

Editor

You can also copy/save in Rich Text or HTML format from the editor. Formatting changes to your job description or content made in TalVista now copy and paste seamlessly back into your document of origin.

Resume Processing

Improved processing times and redaction have been added to our Resume Redaction Review module. In addition to .PDF, .DOCX, .DOC and .TXT files, you can now add image file types, including .JPG, .GIF, .TIFF, .PNG, and more. Resume processing is quicker and can handle increased volume. Redaction enhancements have been added as we continue to improve our accuracy. Our testing has shown a nearly 90% accuracy rate with the enhanced redaction tools.

Session Security

As an added security measure TalVista Admins may now request to limit user sessions, from 30 minutes to 30 days. This enhancement provides greater system control for how long a session remains open for when users walk away from their computers. When the session has timed out the user will be asked to log back into the system. Admins may also request to have passwords reset on a regular schedule. Ask your Customer Success Manager more about these security enhancements.

Bugs

Several minor bugs have been addressed.