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Create and share your first submission
Create and share your first submission
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Learn how to create your first candidate submission right from within Bullhorn

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Step 1

Open a job in Bullhorn, click on the Candidately tab and hit the โ€œCreate Listโ€ button. Candidately automatically pulls the job title including the job ID from Bullhorn as the list name. You can always change the list name before you create the list.

Step 2

Select the candidate you would like to submit. When importing candidates from Bullhorn you can filter them according to their job response and interview statuses as shown below:

Step 3

Pick the candidate's latest resume. Please note that your candidates can have multiple file types attached to their profile in Bullhorn. In case the candidate has more than one file (resume etc) you will see all files listed in this view. Pick the file you wish to present to your client.


The candidate's profile will be created.


Step 4

Review and add additional candidate information before you submit the candidate to your client.


The side menu and the resume will open up on the screen for you to review and add any additional data to your candidate profile. For example the candidate's availability, skills, and a recruiter note. Please note you can create custom fields and fully customize the data you would like to present. Learn more about custom fields here.

Step 5

Set your link active:


Step 6

Share the submission with your client.


We automatically suggest client contacts that are assigned to the job in Bullhorn.


Draft a message to the client and hit send.


What does the submission look like for my client? Read this article to learn more.

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