We’ve continued to work on improving profiles in Brainville. The first thing you might notice is that we’ve added the possibility to work with a single block of information at a time. For instance, you might want to work with your professional experiences and don’t want to be disturbed by the rest of your profile. Simply select the block (see image) and the UI will clear the rest from your view.
References – in a block of its own We all have people who can vouch for our skills, but not all of them are previous or current colleagues. It’s now possible to ask anyone to be your reference – there’s no requirement on having a professional past together.
Spontaneous recommendations It’s also possible for people in your network to spontaneously recommend you when reviewing your shared profile. Most recommendations are welcome, but of you course you get to pick and chose which references to show on your profile(s).
A simplified approval process We used to require your references to approve and identify themselves via LinkedIn – but we’ve removed this obstacle. References are approved in a more straightforward fashion – by clicking a link and writing a motivation. That’s it.
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Functional (improve the website)
We use functional tracking to analyse how our website is being used. This data helps us to discover errors and develop new designs. It also allows us to test the effectiveness of our website, and to improve the support functionality on the website.
Required (give website access)