OpenCATS 0.9.4-3

Free, Open-Source Applicant Tracking System including job-board. Entirely customisable!

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What do the green vs. red stars mean when rating a candidate? At first it looked like candidates who applied for a job order got one color and candidates who were manually added to a job order got the other color. I made a change in the source code because that didn't make sense to me and I thought it was a bug. Then I discovered that if you rate a candidate before clicking "mark as screened" the stars are one color, and they change to the other color after you've clicked "mark as screened". I understand this latter might perhaps be the result of the code change I made, but I'm still confused as how the two colors were supposed to work and what they're supposed to mean.

Thanks very much.
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By RussH

I don't think this is a particularly used feature. clearly you can consider the stars to mean whatever you want though - whatever suits your internal processes.
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