To access RSVPs, navigate to the event overview page, and select View RSVP List or click the RSVPs tab. From this view, you can review and select students who RSVPed and checked in.
Adding notes and evaluations
Evaluations and Notes are a feature included in the Virtual Event Management Premium offering, and all active teammates in Handshake have access to utilize evaluations and notes, regardless of role or seat type. Please note: Premium features are for Handshake Premium accounts only. For more information, please check out this resource!
To add a note, simply click the notepad/paper icon next to the student's name on the left side of the student list.
Note: If you are using check in and note at the same time, after a student has checked in, click RSVP on top again to refresh the page, you should then be able to locate the recently checked in student.
When you take notes, you will also be able to evaluate those students, 1-4.
You'll only be able to save one evaluation per student, so if you have a colleague that also wants to rate the student, your colleague should add a note with their comments!
In order to download those notes, evaluations or student information you can do so here:
The information below is included in this csv:
- First Name, Last Name
- Email Address
- Graduation Date
- Jobs Interested In
- Evaluation Rating
Adding and filtering searches with labels
Labels can be added via bulk actions as described below or directly to a candidate's profile.
To add a label, put a check in the box to the far left in the row with the student's name, then use the bulk actions menu that appears at the top of the student list to click Add Label.
You can use that label as a filter on the Search Students or Candidates > Search All page, then use bulk actions to connect with students:
Put a check next to student names to select them, or use the box at the top to select all on that page. Click More to see additional options.
Once you have concluded the event, you can see additional tips on how to follow up with students here.