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Getting Started with CoderPad for Administrators

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This document is for interview administrators who want to know more about setting up and managing their CoderPad accounts.

CoderPad is a platform for conducting remote interviews with programmers, in any browser. The CoderPad interface is very similar to common development software that programmers use, like an IDE, that runs and tests code as it is written. This makes for a comfortable and familiar candidate experience and allows the candidate to demonstrate their technical skills.

❗When you register an account, the person creating the account is the default account owner and admin. This person receives instructions for naming the team and inviting team members.

There are two user types in CoderPad: members and admins. New users who join your CoderPad organization are members by default. Members have access to all CoderPad features, except they cannot:

– Edit billing information.

– Change your organization’s account settings.

– Set up or edit your organization’s integrations.

– Change membership types of other users on the team.

If your team needs additional admin accounts, the existing admin can promote other users from the Members tab in their dashboard.

Once you login to CoderPad, the following will be available to you as an administrator:


ATS Integrations

You can access your ATS integrations by clicking on the Integrations menu option under your account menu:

For full documentation on how to integrate your ATS into CoderPad, check out the feature guide here.


Manage Account Settings

By selecting Team Management menu option under your account menu, you’ll be able to access the organization settings for your company:

Here you can update your organization’s name and logo, select a default language for your organization’s pads, enable or disable team permissions, configure SSO, and more.

✅ For more information on managing teams in CoderPad — including changing user roles, enabling SSO, and adding or removing users — check out the user guide here.

Note that all members of your team have access to the shared quota of interview pads, the private sandbox for test use, and the following CoderPad tabs: the Pad’s List, Question Bank, Custom Files, Custom Databases, Members, and Usage:


Update Account Information

Most of your account information — including your plan type and payment information — can be found under the Billing menu option under your account menu:

❗Please keep the following in mind when it comes to your pad usage:

1) Each pad you create counts against your quota.

2) Pads available for use in upcoming interviews have a ‘Not Started’ status in the dashboard.

3) You can delete pads, but once they’re gone, they’re gone for good, so be careful! 

4) Deleted pads count against your interview quota, unless they are deleted within 28 days of creation.

5) We strongly recommend that engineers new to CoderPad get familiar with the interface by using our sandbox. The Sandbox uses no interview quota.


Final Tip: Onboarding participants

New users receive links to our role-specific, getting started guides via email when they activate their CoderPad accounts.

Candidates

CoderPad is free for candidates to use, whether or not they register an account with us.

If they sign up for a free candidate account, they receive a link via email to the Getting Started: Candidates guide and the sandbox. The guide doesn’t give candidates any company specifics, but it does help them learn how to customize their CoderPad settings for the most comfortable interview experience.

Your recruiters and interviewers are welcome to send candidates a link to the free practice sandbox before the interview so they can familiarize themselves with the coding environment.

Interviewers

Interviewers can access their Getting Started guide here.


If you have any questions or concerns about how things work in CoderPad, feel free to email us at support@coderpad.io – we’re happy to help!