This section allows you to create custom questions to ask potential volunteers on their application.
A typical "full" application form on Assemble consists of the following sections:
- Basic details
- Your address
- About you
- Review & apply
Please note that the sections described above might be slightly different for your organisation.
You are able to add questions to any section other than "Diversity". There are many different question types you can use eg text, radio button, check-box etc.
CautionThe answers to the application questions are stored on the application and are not transferred to the user's record. If you will need to see the information in the user record after they've completed the application process, or if you need to record the same information for existing volunteers, you should use the Custom field functionality instead. Custom fields can also be set to be visible on the application form.
To create a new question, drag and drop the appropriate type from the right menu to the appropriate section of the appliation form. Type in the "question" as you'd like it to appear on the form. Depending on the field type, you may then be asked to enter further information like drop-down values etc.
Next, specify which applicants should be asked this question. You can choose for it to be asked of all applicants or only those applying for specific roles.
If you don't select a role or mark as global, the question will only save as a draft and won't display on any application forms.
You can drag questions within a section to re-order them. However, questions cannot be dragged from one section to another.
- Questions can be global, meaning it will be asked on opportunities for all roles; or you can restrict it to one or more roles in the selector.
- Compulsory questions have to be answered before an application can be submitted.
If you would like to delete a question, click on the question and then press the "Remove" button.
This will permanently remove the question and you will not be able to see any of the answers previously provided. By not applying any role setting to a question, it will never be shown on an application form.
- Organisation Management: Manage custom recruitment questions