Career Site is an auto-generated feature once you set up your workspace domain properly. It gets updated dynamically once you publish a job on your career site in creating a job process.
It's a tier-based feature so can you find more information about it here.
To customize your career site you only need to go to your setting on the left side bar > Got to Company Profile and tap into gear icon on the top right of the page indicated as Career Page.
Enter your company information, including stuff your prospects are dying to know, like company benefits. This information will be used to auto-fill your career page.
Maintain your employer branding by letting candidates land on your own custom subdomain and career site! With few plans you can point members directly to your company-branded career site.
QPage only supports subdomains, if you want to set up a root domain (www.mycareerpageurl.com) instead of a subdomain (career.mycareerpageurl.com), please use this guide which requires additional setup.
✅ Step 1: Set your CNAME record
Set a CNAME record pointing your custom domain, to your QPage career page URL in the format of [slug].qpage.one. This process shouldn't take up more than 5 minutes of your time.
Below are links to popular hosting platforms, along with guides for setting up a CNAME. If you don't see yours below, searching your platform along with the keyword CNAME should point you in the right direction.
✅ Step 2: Enter the custom domain in your settings
Navigate to your Settings → Whitelabel and enter your custom domain. You won't be able to proceed unless your CNAME record is properly set up. Next click 'Setup domain' and you will see that your custom domain is pending which requires about 2 hours for verification.
🏁 That's it! Once your domain is verified, everything will auto-direct to the new domain. Members can still access your career site with the QPage URL, or the custom domain. Suggested Articles
1. Create a CNAME record in the DNS tab in your Cloudflare account, which points to CName registered on your QPage workspace account. *Make sure the “cloud” icon is switched off
2. After your domain is activated in your QPage workspace return to your Cloudflare account and turn the cloud icon back on.
3. Now you may need to go to the SSL/TLS tab in your Cloudflare account and set it on the “FULL”
4. Now your domain and SSL are activated, though it might take for few hours in some cases.
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