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Message Templates

Updated on April 2, 2024

Streamline your recruitment communication effortlessly with Message Templates.

Lanced features a built-in messaging system, enabling seamless communication with candidates. Easily notify them about audition invitations, castings, or job interviews with just a click. Craft message templates tailored to various opportunities.

Here’s how it works:

Creating a Message Template #

You can set your message templates 2 different ways:

  1. Head to ‘communication’ in the side panel and click on ‘templates’. Voila, you can start writing your messages.
  2. Head to an opportunity page and click on ‘message templates’ on the right. This is also how you can connect a specific template to your call.

Invite, Reject and Offer #

Currently, we support 3 different message templates:

  1. Invite: when candidates are invited to an audition, casting or job call
  2. Reject: when candidates are rejected before an audition, casting or job call. Basically, they aren’t invited to participate.
  3. Offer: when candidates make it through your audition or casting and get the job.

Note: in the coming year we will expand the ‘offer’ functionality and include contract management tools for your organization. With these tools, you can safely send and sign contracts with the candidates you hire all on Lanced!

Customizations #

Regardless of the message’s content, communication becomes a little more personal and human when addressing candidates by name. Personalization is important! That’s why we offer personalization shortcodes, listed on the side, enabling you to personalize your messages effortlessly. Simply click the button to add your customization.

We always recommend first setting up your Invitation and Rejection messages before inviting candidates. Actually, if you haven’t set these up we even restrict you from using the review buttons.

Tip: to prevent misunderstandings always include the time, date and location of your audition/casting in your invitation message.

In the next article, we’ll dive more into Rounds!

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Message Templates

Updated on April 2, 2024

Streamline your recruitment communication effortlessly with Message Templates.

Lanced features a built-in messaging system, enabling seamless communication with candidates. Easily notify them about audition invitations, castings, or job interviews with just a click. Craft message templates tailored to various opportunities.

Here’s how it works:

Creating a Message Template #

You can set your message templates 2 different ways:

  1. Head to ‘communication’ in the side panel and click on ‘templates’. Voila, you can start writing your messages.
  2. Head to an opportunity page and click on ‘message templates’ on the right. This is also how you can connect a specific template to your call.

Invite, Reject and Offer #

Currently, we support 3 different message templates:

  1. Invite: when candidates are invited to an audition, casting or job call
  2. Reject: when candidates are rejected before an audition, casting or job call. Basically, they aren’t invited to participate.
  3. Offer: when candidates make it through your audition or casting and get the job.

Note: in the coming year we will expand the ‘offer’ functionality and include contract management tools for your organization. With these tools, you can safely send and sign contracts with the candidates you hire all on Lanced!

Customizations #

Regardless of the message’s content, communication becomes a little more personal and human when addressing candidates by name. Personalization is important! That’s why we offer personalization shortcodes, listed on the side, enabling you to personalize your messages effortlessly. Simply click the button to add your customization.

We always recommend first setting up your Invitation and Rejection messages before inviting candidates. Actually, if you haven’t set these up we even restrict you from using the review buttons.

Tip: to prevent misunderstandings always include the time, date and location of your audition/casting in your invitation message.

In the next article, we’ll dive more into Rounds!

What are your feelings