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How to Add Questions to Job Posts

First of all, you can add questions and information inside the job post description if you’d like to.

However, to add questions that applicants must compulsory answer upon applying for your job post, you can easily do this by following the steps outlined below:

Step 1: Create a Job Post


Step 2: Applicant Qualification

On the 3rd page of the Create Job Post process, there is an "Ask Applicant about their qualification" toggle

Option 1: Minimum Education

This is entirely optional. Some employers don’t necessarily care about formal education and instead base their hiring on other factors.

However, for some, an applicant must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree.

This decision is entirely up to you. If you want to set a minimum education level, choose from the options.


Option 2: Minimum Years of Experience

This can be the minimum years of experience with a particular skill or the minimum number of years of experience in a specific job. 

Here are some examples below:

  • At least “2 years” of “bookkeeping” experience.
  • At least “1 year” of “virtual assistant” experience
  • At least “5 years” of “graphic design” experience
  • At least “2 years” of “CSS: experience
  • At least “1 year” of “QuickBooks” experience

Important Things To Know


  • Applicants without the minimum level of skill or education can still apply for their jobs. However, you can easily see inside your dashboard and opt to pass on those applicants based on the answers to the questions if you choose to do so.
  • The more years of experience you require, might mean fewer applicants apply, and you could miss out on a great quality hire.
  • Use common sense and be realistic. Don’t expect one person to have years of experience in multiple unrelated skills.