Job Manager 0.7 Released

AKA: The “No Unifying Theme” release. Along those lines, there are a bunch of varied new features! Interview Scheduling – Easily keep track of who you’re interviewing and when, with interview ratings and internal comments Comments – Keep internal comments on interviews and applications, so you’re easily able to aggregate and recall thoughts on each […]

Job Manager Highlight: BlueTree Search

BlueTree Search recently re-launched their site with the help of Stripe Creative, switching from plain HTML to WordPress as a CMS. Along the way, they decided to bring their job listing in-house. Initially, this client asked us to add a job posting section to the web site we developed for them a few years ago. Our […]

Job Manager 0.6 Released

AKA: The “so many features, so little time” release. Here are some of the major features that have been added: Custom Job Fields. Like the Application Form, you can now add custom fields to Jobs, so you can display the information that is pertinent to your organisation. Job and Job List Templates. You can now […]

Job Manager 0.5 Released

AKA: “The Mother of All Changelogs” release. Go on, look at it. It’s huge. This has been the first time I’ve made beta releases on the wp.org system, and I think it’s been quite successful. I’ve had some good feedback over the past few days, and fixed several bugs, without affecting user’s production systems. Naturally, […]

Job Manager 0.4.0 Released

AKA: The “this blog is turning into a Job Manager announcement list” release. This release involves a pile of under-the-hood changes: Re-write of the entire data storage routines to use default WordPress tables – no more creation of custom tables! Because of the above, Job Manager now requires WordPress 2.9. That’s cool, because you’ve all […]