PCRecruiter Capture 3.0

The PCRecruiter Capture tool (Available in the Chrome Webstore) gives users the ability to bring Name profiles into their database. With the newest version of Capture; users also gain the ability to use the PCR Match functionality which identifies if a person already exists in your database and allows for numerous quick actions.

This newest version of Capture provides users the ability to capture profiles from various social sites. If a site is not one of our predefined sites, you will still have highlight to capture functionality which we will discuss later. These sites include:

LinkedIn Indeed Dice CareerBuilder ZoomInfo
Monster Xing Facebook Elempleo JobStreet

 

With this new update you will also have the ability to look at a list of names on any site and quickly see if a name is in your PCRecruiter database. These names are designated by a PCRecruiter icon following them, which allows quick access to the name record and some action icons.

PCR Capture is still a free extension available in the Chrome Store, you can find the download here. If you already have Capture, your tool should update automatically. Please keep in mind you must be using the Chrome Web Browser in order to access this great tool.

Login to Capture

Access one of the above mentioned sites to login to the Capture tool. Once there, select the Capture icon in your Chrome Toolbar. Here you will be presented with fields to enter your PCR url (ex. https://www2.pcrecruiter.net/pcr.asp?uid=odbc.yourcompany), username, password, and appropriate database. You will then login to begin capturing.

Using and Activating PCR Match

Activating PCR Match

This functionality allows you to easily see if a person exists in your database. If so, you can quickly jump to their record as well as perform various actions

  1. Access a list of names
  2. Right click into your browser window
  3. Hover over PCR Capture
  4. Choose Turn ON PCR Match

Using PCR Match

Once this setting is turned ON, you will instantly see a PCRecruiter icon appear to the right of a name record if that name has been detected in your database.

  1. Locate a Name with the PCR icon to the right
  2. Click the PCR icon
  3. If multiple matches are found you can scroll through them in the upper right corner of the information popup
  4. Click any of the Quick Action icons
    1. Email: Opens a Compose Mail Screen to send an email to the person
    2. Call: Opens the Add Activity Screen where you can select the number you wish to dial (Note: You must have a phone system setup within PCR)
    3. Text: Opens the Add Activity Screen where you can select the number you wish to dial (Note: This feature is only available when using RingCentral)
    4. Rollup: Allows you to add the Name to any existing Rollup in your database.
    5. Jobs: Shows the interview status of the jobs this person is linked to in your database

Capture Settings

Skip this step if you were previously using an older version of the Capture tool.

Once you have the Capture tool you will need to choose your method of capturing records. To do so, click the extension in your Chrome browser and choose Options. This will bring up a window in which you can choose Basic or Advanced capturing 

Basic

Basic Capture is a simplified capture tool, similar to our original release, with a few new options.

  1. Control where the name record is parsed to by utilizing the Set Company To dropdown:
    1. Default: Places records into your default company; typically titled Candidates, Talent pool, Resumes, etc.
    2. Parsed Company: Looks for the Current Company on the profile and places the candidate under that Company, if that company does not exist it will create it automatically.
    3. Specific Company: Allows you to select a specific existing company from your database you would like to add the new candidates to.
  2. Use the Rollup field to select a rollup list you would like the candidates to be added to automatically.

Advanced (Required for PCR Match)

The Advanced Capture tool provides users with duplicate checking and data entry capabilities when adding records to the database.

  1. Control where the name record is parsed to by utilizing the Set Company To dropdown:
    1. Default: Places records into your default company; typically titled Candidates, Talent pool, Resumes, etc.
    2. Parsed Company: Looks for the Current Company on the profile and places the candidate under that Company, if there is a similar company in the database you will be prompted to add the name to that company or create an entirely new company.
    3. Specific Company: Allows you to select a specific existing company from your database you would like to add the new candidates to.
  2. Use the Rollup field to select a rollup list you would like the candidates to be added to automatically.

Capturing Profiles

To capture a profile from any of our supported sites (Listed above)you will begin by accessing the profile. Please note that you will not be able to Capture until you are on an actual profile, not a listing of multiple profiles.

Basic Capture

  1. Access the profile you wish to capture
  2. The PCR Capture icon will appear along the right side of your browser. If there is a possible duplicate detected a red circle will appear with the number of possible duplicates detected. Please keep in mind this is a quick duplicate check and you may receive different results when you are capturing. Click anywhere in the icon to capture.
  3. When the candidate has been successfully added to your database you will receive a notification in the bottom right portion of your screen. Selecting this notification will automatically jump you to the new record.
  4. If multiple duplicate records are detected you will be prompted to choose which record you would like to update.

Advanced Capture

  1. Access the profile you wish to capture
  2. The PCR Capture icon will appear along the right side of your browser. If there is a possible duplicate detected a red circle will appear with the number of possible duplicates detected. Please keep in mind this is a quick duplicate check and you may receive different results when you are capturing. Click anywhere in the icon to capture.
  3. The Advanced Capture menu will now appear with several options:
    1. Possible Matching Records: This will display a ranking scale to show how much of a match the duplicate is with the existing record in PCR. This will allow you to see which records have a higher match ranking of duplicate information, versus records that may just share the same name and city.
    2. You will also have the ability to choose to “Add As New Record.”
  4. Once you have chosen either a new or existing record choose next for further options:
    1. Currently Assigned Company: This means you have chosen to update an existing record and you have the option to keep the name within their current company
    2. Captured Company: This is the company listed as their current employer on their profile
    3. Matching Company List: Choose to add the record to an existing company
    4. Select Company from PCR Database: Begin typing to select a company ‘On the Fly’
  5. Select Next to review your data
  6. Using the Advanced Capture Menu you can select which information you would like to keep and which you would like to overwrite with the profile information. If information already exists you will have the option to “Change
  7. Save when finished

Right Click Capture

Right Click Capture ability gives you the option to highlight text (Ex. An Email Signature) and bring it into PCRecruiter to create a new name record (Or update an existing record).

  1. Highlight desired text
  2. Right Click into your browser
  3. Hover over PCR Capture
  4. Choose Capture Highlighted Text
  5. You will then be directed to your desired Capture input function to follow the steps discussed above.

Duplicate Checking

The PCR Capture tool duplicate checks on 4 pieces of data:

  • Social ID
  • Social Profile
  • Email
  • Name

Based on these four criteria there are four ranking stages as shown below, this scale is simply to assist with determining possible duplicates: