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This implementation option is recommended if your software already has a mechanism for creating and managing custom questions. The
createApplicationQuestionnairemutation lets you create questionnaires in the structure expected by the SEEK API and returns an ID that can be specified when posting a job ad.
createApplicationQuestionnairemutation creates a new questionnaire.
The SEEK API provides 3 question types for custom questions:
FreeTextpresents the candidate with a free text input labelled with the question’s
questionHtml. They must input at least one character before submitting their application.
SingleSelectpresents the candidate with a set of mutually exclusive choices. They must select a single choice before submitting their application.SEEK renders these questions either as radio buttons or a dropdown list, depending on the number of choices.
MultiSelectpresents the candidate with a set of non-exclusive choices. They must select at least one choice before submitting their application.SEEK renders these questions as a list of checkboxes.
If you manage individual questionnaire components in your software, supply a unique reference
ApplicationQuestionnaireComponentduring questionnaire creation. You can then retrieve
responses.*.component.valuefrom the submission to correlate each response back to its corresponding component.
If you manage questionnaires as a holistic collection in your software, retrieve
questionnaire.idto correlate the submission back to the questionnaire ID.
ApplicationQuestionnaireobject is immutable. If your software supports mutable questionnaires, you may snapshot its latest state by creating a new
ApplicationQuestionnaireat the time of posting.
For detailed information on all available fields, refer to the
You can use our interactive builder to explore the
ApplicationQuestionnairecomponents supported by the SEEK API.
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