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Glider Proctoring

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This chrome extension allows you to share full screen of your computer privately and securely.

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Description from store The Glider AI Talent Quality Platform guarantees the high-quality hire on every role, across any industry, whether full-time or contingent, for both talent acquisition and talent development (L&D) teams. Glider proctoring chrome extension enables screen sharing to support https://hire.glider.ai for the duration of test. Glider seeks candidate's explicit permission to track screen activity during the test period. On test submission, hiring teams are provided with a detailed report on candidate competency and integrity with evidence.

Latest reviews

  • (2023-10-20) Louis Leon: Insulting and terrible. This app is obviously just a horrible scam. Companies pay for it when much better solutions exist, and job applicants are forced to install spyware. The positive reviews are obviously fake, which is also against policy. If you don't need the job, please tell the recruiter that this criminal software is a dealbreaker for you. If the glider assessment tells you to "close all other tabs, especially those containing sensitive information" before starting it, what does this company do other than distribute spyware?
  • (2023-10-20) Nikhil thapa: Glider Proctoring plugin offers advanced features for remote exam supervision, enabling a reliable and efficient proctoring experience. A great solution for maintaining exam integrity in virtual settings.
  • (2023-10-20) Garima Shukla: Glider Proctoring plugin provides seamless integration and effective monitoring during remote exams. Highly recommended for ensuring secure online assessments.
  • (2023-10-20) Nikhil Ravi: This plugin provides a good user experience.
  • (2023-10-19) Amrutha Sahadevan: My experience using the plugin was seamless.
  • (2023-10-08) John Sprunger: Terrible, one of the worst user experiences I've ever had.
  • (2023-10-07) Edgar Albedi: Estoy en total desacuerdo que se tenga que usar una aplicación de este tipo, es intrusiva he invasiva. espero en el tiempo poder rechazar a la empresa que use esta aplicación como la razón a no continuar.
  • (2023-09-18) Curtis McCoy: Highly invasive and unrealistic "proctoring" tool for very paranoid businesses. It's only really suitable for first-round assessments, where the kind of "cheating" they're aiming to catch would be of no value to an applicant, since if passed, the first interaction with a live person would immediately out them. I say unrealistic because I haven't seen a real remote interviewer (and certainly not a job) who flat bans the use of any reference material during an interview. Would not recommend - any company doing automated remote assessments, there are better less invasive ways to do these kinds of "take-home tests". Being so paranoid at this stage before meeting prospective employees is a very bad look.
  • (2023-08-22) Scott Cook: As other users have said, invasive, outdated, false positives and an incredibly elementary way to test programmers.
  • (2023-08-11) Frank Hall: TLDR; I am a professional not a highschooler and refuse to work with any company that treats its employees as juveniles. The intrusion of this software is beyond acceptable. The amount of security I had to disable just to satisfy its requirements was unbelievable. Afterwards there was no accountability of what data was being pulled from my system, web browser, password store, web camera, microphone, etc and to whom it was going. No control whatsoever of my personal identifying information. Failed to even properly identify where on the screen I was looking thus constantly intruded. Perhaps I will change my mind if companies that use this allow anonymous users to access their corporate networks without any oversight to make those companies just as vulnerable as they wish their employees be.
  • (2023-06-11) Layth Ezzeir: Disgusting, invasive, doesn't work, companies use it when they shouldn't. Doesn't allow for use on guest accounts which would prevent whoever is on the other end of this accessing all my information. Had to make a whole new google account just to take an exam with this. Garbage.
  • (2023-05-22) Jose Carlos Moreno: Same complaints as the rest, mistakes minor eye movement for looking off screen even though the questions, next button, video screen, etc are all at the edges of the screen. Excessively invasive, questions are both multiple choice and don't reflect work environment, etc. Pointless and time wasteful "cognitive test" that pops up in the middle of the test.
  • (2023-05-01) Romo Islam: Most of the questions asked very out dated information for react native and typescript. The proctor app kept saying my eyes were moving too much even though it was just to check the answers on the left side. In the middle of the exam it stopped me to do this unnecessary question which had nothing to do with the job. Overall a horrible interview experience since this does not do anything to test a interviewers ability work in the real world.
  • (2023-04-27) Dawen Liang: This proctor is disgusting. You can use the camera, you can capture the screen. But don't suspend the test and give some boring little tricks to distract the candidates and then ask for ALT + Tab for 5 seconds. Grinding leetcode-style questions is OK, but why can't I change to Python if a question is algorithm-oriented? Using different programming languages saving boilerplate code doesn't matter.
  • (2023-04-04) Dhruv: Really Bad even just moving your head a bit flags you
  • (2023-03-31) Swarup Nayak: Flagging every time unnecessarily while reading questions which is placed in the left most part of the screen
  • (2023-03-21) Chris Barr: I absolutely hated using this. I can't believe there are jobs that require this for a simple technical questionnaire. It records your screen, audio and video while you answer questions. It has face tracking and it warns you if you talk or make sounds. You aren't allowed to look to the side away from your screen, wear headphones or even have hair covering your ear while you take this test! This is spyware, and no HR person or recruiter should ever require this. At least once the test is over it does prompt you to uninstall the extension.
  • (2023-03-13) Sean Coates: Spent an hour trying to get it to work. It required an invasive app on my phone as well, which also didn't work. Never got to take the assessment.
  • (2023-03-04) Ernesto: This is the worst application tool I have ever seen before, and I have passed by many! INSANE! Please do not apply with companies that use something like this, doesn't need to say that any kind of company requiring you to be monitored like this is a really bad place to work, RED FLAG them for ever!
  • (2023-02-11) Thakur Lucky: stars i can give to this extension is boolean.
  • (2023-01-18) Bryan McKinley: If I could give it 0 stars, I would... This is a lot like installing spyware voluntarily. Nope. Not for me. Like an idiot, I installed it thinking "I have to". After the cognitive tests, I decided, "wait, NO I don't have to!". I might want the job that requires this, but wait... no I don't ;) Do yourself a favor and find an employer that doesn't require the use of a "personal computer" (straight from the instructions) to take an assessment using software that needs your camera, mic, logs keystrokes, monitors your entire screen and can completely scour your browsing history. I'm sorry, this was for a job, right? Red flags abound. Nope!
  • (2022-12-07) Justin Silverstein: This is a bit overboard for a simple assesment. Plus the software flagged me for basically the enitrety of the assesment for whatever reason.
  • (2022-12-04) Ashutosh Gupta: WORST PLATFORM EVER!!!!!!! PAIN TO WORK ON!!!
  • (2022-11-09) Levi For Waifu: Do this test and for what? To "prove" honesty? Get over yourself as a company. You aren't that desirable to work for if you put candidates through this.
  • (2022-09-22) Dennis Mus: The test stopped because I looked at a pop-up warning that the test itself created.
  • (2022-09-17) Ashlesh Bhati: worst
  • (2022-09-10) Syed: Ridiculously Invasive! Security Risk!
  • (2022-09-10) Aishwarya Penmetcha: Asks for government ID. whats it for?
  • (2022-08-17) E Walker: This is INSANE! Not only do they want access to your computer, which requires you to enable the camera, microphone, and movement sensors to track your eyes and every movement you make but they want you to then download an app so they are able to track your phone! What's worse is I know more than half of people asked to do this will just follow all the sheep to the butchers block!
  • (2022-06-28) Houston Millsap: Obviously a security and privacy risk. In addition, not allowing testers to utilize external sources of information misrepresents testers' competence in the workforce. In today's work environment, everyone has limitless access to common, universal sources of information via the internet. Forcing users to abandon that information for a job-related quiz not only harms the testers, but also the employer hiring them.
  • (2022-06-23) Dylan Romansky: These kinds of tools are a terrifying security risk
  • (2022-02-22) jilson joseph: basically they acesses everything on your browser


129,558 history
1.7966 (59 votes)
Last update / version
2023-08-27 / 4.0.1
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