What are Beta services?
The ‘beta’ label means looking at the first or second phase of a new service, tool, product, or web page introduced by WhatJobs.com. This means we are testing or sampling new ideas and inviting our users to try the product while encouraging feedback.
Why do we do this?
WhatJobs regularly launch new products or services for our audience. We are letting users know that we are looking to test and improve performance during this phase continually. We feel the best way to do this is by opening up to certain ‘real-life’ users.
By displaying the beta label, we are effectively telling the user that this is a new service and may not work as expected.
If you find any errors on beta pages, please email us at [email protected] and provide as much information as possible. On occasion, a WhatJobs new, improved service will be available simultaneously with an older one. In these circumstances, you can choose which one to use.
After a successful beta program, we will usually change the status to ‘live’ and replace any older services that perform the same task.
Beta for employers’ products
As WhatJobs expands its global offering to direct employers and recruiters, we work with hundreds of international partners to ensure our products work in the USA and across every country we operate within.
Using the phase one employer’s job posting product, you may find that features will appear one day, disappear the next, and vice versa. You may also find that certain features do not work as well as expected. We continue to monitor this feedback, and once we feel we are ready to go ‘live,’ the beta sign will be taken down.
Last updated 09 September 2022