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Trigger Alva Assessments to Applicants
Trigger Alva Assessments to Applicants

Learn how to send out Alva's tests and review results in Jobylon

Aref Abedi avatar
Written by Aref Abedi
Updated over a week ago

Our integration with Alva Labs makes it easy to send out test to applicants and view scores directly in the candidate profile.

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There are two ways to send out Alva's assessments through Jobylon.

  • Send out the tests through the candidate profile.

  • Send out tests to multiple candidates at once by checking all the candidates you like to receive an invitation to complete the tests and press the checkmark at the top.

    In a candidate profile click on the icon with the two dots - there you will have the option to send out a test to the candidate

You can also send out the test to several candidates. Select the applicants you want to send the test to and click on the icon shown in the screenshot below.

Log for assessments sent

In the candidate's log, you can easily see if the tests have been sent out to the candidates.

Review assessment results

You can easily filter to see the assessment results of your candidates in the column view. Click the cog wheel in the top right and check the box for Alva to filter for test results.

In the candidate profiles, you can see the assessment results as the percentage of role fit. You can also access the full assessment results in Alva by pressing the link for "View detailed results".


To see Alva in your column, click on the cog wheel and tick in Alva

In the candidate profile, you can see the score and click on the link to get a more detailed view

When you click on the detailed view you get to another page. To access the detailed view you need to have an Alva account with access to the assessment data. Please reach out to Alva Labs if you have trouble accessing the data.

If you have any questions please reach out to us through our chat or contact your Customer Support Manager.

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