Allow registered users to save their resume searches and create alerts which send new resumes via email daily, weekly or fortnightly.
Includes integration with Regions for WP Job Manager plugin (replaces the Location field with Region)
Create Custom Alerts
Resume Alerts provides you with a new shortcode
[resume_alerts] to add to your pages which gives logged in users an alerts management page to add, preview, enable, disable, edit and delete email alerts. Alerts can be configured based on keywords, categories, skills, and location.
Disable, edit, add, delete, and manage alerts from alert dashboard output by shortcode. You can also review the results from the alert as well.
Create email alerts based on searches
Using the resume filters to search for jobs? If you are logged in, you can save your search as an alert using the ‘add alert’ link.
Create email alerts based on single resumes
Want to get alerted about resumes similar to the one you’re currently viewing? If you are logged in, you can save your search as an alert using the ‘Alert me to resumes like this’ link.
Daily, weekly, fortnightly, and monthly email alerts
Email alerts can be configured to be sent with several different intervals triggered by WordPress cron. Alerts are sent in plain text format and list all matching resumes posted during the interval.
|License Type||Included||Site Activations||Support and Upgrades|
|Developer Elite||Elite Priority Support, White Glove Full Service, Weekend Support, Priority Feature Request (2 total), WordPress/WP Job Manager Support (10 total), Direct Chat Access to Myles||Unlimited||1 Year|
|Developer Premium||Priority Support, Feature Request (1 total), WordPress/WP Job Manager Support (3 total)||Unlimited||1 Year|
|Developer Basic||Standard Support for Bug and Compatibility Issues||Unlimited||1 Year|
|Individual Elite||Elite Priority Support, White Glove Full Service, Weekend Support, Priority Feature Request (2 total), WordPress/WP Job Manager Support (10 total), Direct Chat Access to Myles||2||1 Year|
|Individual Premium||Priority Support, Feature Request (1 total), WordPress/WP Job Manager Support (3 total)||1||1 Year|
|Individual Basic||Standard Support for Bug and Compatibility Issues||1||1 Year|
Individual licenses allow the plugin to be activated, receive automatic updates (and support) on 1 site, whereas the Developer license allows activation and support for unlimited sites.
Full details and description of each license type can be found here: