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After creating a job posting, you'll find it at the top of the job postings directory (Recruiting > Job postings). To view or edit a job post, click on it to be directed to the job post page.  


This article will explain:

  • How to sort and filter your job directory to find the job posting you need
  • Information you'll find on each tab in the job post (Applicants, Funnel, Information, Settings)

How to find the job posting you need 

Growing companies have a lot of job postings to fill, and the job posting directory can become congested. So if you need to find a specific job posting, there are a few ways to find what you need quickly.

Search bar

The fastest and easiest way to find the job posting you need is to type it into the search bar.  

Sorting the job postings directory

You can sort the job postings list in ascending or descending order by clicking on one of the following headers: 

  • Job title
  • Status
  • Category
  • Type
  • Location
  • Date created


The arrow located to the right of the column name indicates the direction it's being sorted.  

Filter the job postings directory

You can filter job postings by status, which includes:

  • Active – the job posting is live on your job board, and you'll receive applications
  • Archived – the job posting is removed from your job board, and all applicants have also been archived
  • Paused – the job posting is removed from your job board so that you won't receive any more applications; however, existing applicants are active for your review

Learn more about archiving or pausing a job post here. 

Job post tabs

When you click on a job post from the job postings directory, Humi will take you to the job posting page. From here, there are six tabs you can navigate through to find all relevant job posting information:

  • Applicants
  • Funnel
  • Information
  • Interviews
  • Reports
  • Settings


The first tab in the job posting is "Applicants." This is where you'll see all the people who've applied for the job post.

Applicant Profile

When you click on an applicant, you'll be directed to their "applicant profile," where you can view their information, including their application, documents (resume, cover letter, etc.), rating, leave comments, email history, etc.

In an applicant's profile, you can change their funnel stage by using the dropdown menu located to the right of their name and rating.



The funnel tab allows you to create new job funnels or apply a funnel template to match the stages in your recruitment process. 

You can create new funnel stages, rename and delete stages, click on an applicant to view their profile, and move applicants to different funnel stages by dragging their name between funnel stage columns.

Learn more about job funnels here. 


On the information page, you can see the following sections:

If you need to edit a job post, you can edit the job posting information and job description in this tab. 

Learn more about how to edit a job posting here. 


From the "Interviews" tab you can create interviews for the job posting.

This feature allows admins to create "Interviews" in Humi, which are custom forms where they can create standardized interview questions for each job posting.

You can create different types of interviews depending on the way you structure the interview questions. 

  • You can create a structured interview guide for the interviewer containing a list of specific interview questions to ask the applicant (ex: Tell me about a challenge or conflict you've faced at work and how you dealt with it).
  • You can add feedback questions about the applicant that are solely meant for the interviewer (ex: What are the applicant's strengths and/or areas of concern?)
  • You can add a combination of both types of questions

Learn more here. 


We created the "Time to Fill/Hire" reporting and job posting metrics to help recruiters understand whether their current strategies are working and whether they should pivot or stick with their current recruiting plan. 

Learn more here.


In the "Settings" tab, you can view or edit the additional applicant questions, auto-archiving questions, attachments and autoscoring keywords.

Note: If you edit any of these fields, previous applicants won't be impacted; only future applicants will see the changes.  

Learn more about how to edit a job posting here.

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