Sidebar tool to capture individual candidates and contacts and import them directly into your Tracker system
Connect LinkedIn directly to TrackerRMS allowing you to work exclusively within LinkedIn and view people in our feature rich sidebar. People can be imported directly into TrackerRMS as either Contacts or Candidates and assigned directly to your Job Shortlist or Long List. All without leaving LinkedIn and you don't even need to be logged into TrackerRMS at the time! Features include: • Ability to view comprehensive “resume” level data for anyone on the current page • Collapsible sections to make the record readable and review-able • Adoption the ever-popular “dark” theme as per our Outlook Addin • Ability to Import as a Contact or Candidate • Created Candidates have full job history loaded alongside any of the fields on the page which can be reviewed and updated as required before importing • Created Contacts will be linked to existing Clients if found or a new one automatically created • Both Contacts’ and Candidates’ pictures are now also imported providing a near identical record in Tracker • Ability to assigned to a Job and choose either Short or Long List • Check-back function to see if the person already exists in Tracker • “Open in Tracker” button to open found records directly • We are excited to announce the inclusion of support for RocketReach.co allowing you to look up the email addresses for LinkedIn Profiles New features: • City and State added to the sidebar Fixes: • Fix to handle the latest 2022 Premium version page changes Works with the following LinkedIn subscriptions: • LinkedIn Basic (Free) • LinkedIn Premium • LinkedIn Recruiter Lite • LinkedIn Recruiter • LinkedIn Recruiter Professional Services
- (2021-10-08) Daren J. Mongello: This is a slug importing LinkedIn profiles into Tracker. And often it takes a few attempts for data to parse into the Tracker fields. While this is not a show-stopper because the main platform is solid, Loxo and Crelate's Chrome extentions are far superior in terms of speed capability vs the current version of Tracker's. Hoping to see a serious upgrade in the near term.