On your Reports tab, you will notice 7 sub-tabs. The first 6 tabs correspond to on-page charts you can use to visualize valuable information about your applicants and user activity:
These reports include:
On the seventh tab, the Reports tab, you may create, customize, and run reports to generate Excel spreadsheets. More information on creating your own Excel reports: How can I get an Excel report with data about my applicants, hires, jobs, or user activity?
Using the On-Page Charts
When you are viewing any of the on-page charts, you may use any of the available filters to limit the data you see. In addition, be sure to select the correct date range for the data you wish to view. You can even select a custom date range. When you make any changes to the filters or date range, click the Update Chart button to apply your changes.
Applicant Detail chart
On the Applicant Detail tab, you will see a bar chart that shows you how many Active applicants and Inactive applicants you have for the selected date range, separated by what hiring step they are in. On the right, you can see the number of total applicants, including active and inactive applicants, in the various steps of the hiring process. More info: How do I use the Applicant Detail chart?
On the Clicks/Applicant tab, you will see a bar chart that shows how many click and applications each of your jobs has received in the selected date range. Hover over the bars to see the exact number of clicks and applicants your jobs have received. On the right side of the chart, you can see each jobs' application percentage — what percent of clicks on the jobs resulted in an application being submitted. This chart can help you determine which of your jobs are the most attractive to applicants. More info: How do I use the Clicks/Applicant chart?
Job Detail chart
On the Job Detail tab, you will see a line chart that shows the trends in your weekly applicant flow over time. Each data point is the number of applicants you received in a given week (whether the applicants are currently active or inactive). Hover over any of the data points to see the number of active jobs you had live that week, how many applicants you received to those active jobs that week, and the average number of applicants you received per active job that week. Make sure to adjust the date range if you wish to see more or less data. More info: How do I use the Job Detail chart?
Time to Fill Chart
On the Time to Fill tab, you will see a bar chart that shows the average number of days it took for your company to make hires for each of your jobs. Hover over any of the bars to see the names of the hires and the details of when they were hired and how many days it took to fill that position. More info: How do I use the Time to Fill chart?
Source Analysis chart
On the Source Analysis tab, you can view two pie charts. The first, All Applicants, will give you a breakdown of which sources from which your applicants came. The second chart, Hired Applicants, will show you a breakdown of which sources from which your hires came. Hover over any section of the pie charts to see the percentage of applicants or hires who came from a specific source. Note: You have the ability to filter by All Applicants, only Active Applicants, or only Inactive Applicants on these charts. If you choose to filter by only Inactive Applicants, you may have no data in your Hired Applicants chart. Make sure to show All Applicants or Active Applicants to show all of your hire data in the Hired Applicants chart. More info: How do I use the Source Analysis chart?
User Activity chart
On the User Activity tab, you can view a bar chart that shows the activity levels of the users on your account. At the top is a bar that shows the average of all user activity across your account. In this chart, user activity is separated into three categories: Applicant Status Updates, Applicant Communications and Applicant Scorecards.
To the right of this chart, you can view the total number of updates each user has made, including Applicant Status Updates and Applicant Communications, as well as the date of the latest update (if your date range includes today's date). More info: How do I use the User Activity chart?