This month HackerEarth has introduced a brand new look and a variety of exciting features.
Improved user experience—A better and fresher look for HackerEarth Assessments
We at HackerEarth understand how important website design and usability are for our recruiters. Hence, we have introduced new UI/UX changes with the intent to make their experience as seamless as possible.
- Now, you can preview a test, invite candidates, and view candidate reports on the Test dashboard. In the case of public tests, recruiters will have the option of copying the test link (to share with the candidates via email) instead of inviting candidates.
- We have enhanced the Admin dashboard with a fresh new color scheme and a permanently visible sidebar. Now, you need not go back to the dashboard every time you want to view tests, access questions in the library, etc.
Disable partial scoring for JPQs—All or nothing
Partial scoring allows you to score candidates based on the number of test cases that their code passes. With this feature, the recruiter can disable the option of partial scoring for a Java Project question. This means that even if one test case fails, the candidate scores zero. The candidates obtain the score only if their code passes all the test cases.
Recruiters can enable or disable this option while adding a Java Project question in the test.
Candidates can view the evaluation information in the question description page while taking the test.
Recruiters can view the evaluation information when they access a candidate’s report.
Copy and paste within the editor— Save candidates’ time
Time is a great equalizer and every minute that a candidate saves while working on one task can be used for another. Keeping that in mind, we have introduced a new feature where candidates who are taking up tests on our platform can copy and paste code written by them within the code editor only. This helps them save a significant amount of time. However, nothing can be copied from and pasted to external sources. These external sources include code from the code editor of another question, external websites, etc.
Guided tour for introducing new users to HackerEarth—Seamless onboarding
Using a new product for the first time can sometimes be daunting. Therefore, we have introduced an overlay guided tour that tells recruiters about the next step to be taken. Now, recruiters are guided through the HackerEarth platform. This includes a guided tour for:
- Creating a skill-based test
- Test information and instructions
- Adding questions to a test
- Setting up the test environment
Here are a few examples:
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