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  1. MARCH MAINTENANCE PACK 22B.1
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Taleo Enterprise (OTAC)
    1. Recruiting
        1. Configuring Which Requisition File Used When Duplicating Requisitions
  1. Update 22B
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Taleo Enterprise (OTAC)
    1. Career Section
        1. Announcing Table Contents When Using Screen Readers
    2. Onboarding
        1. Filtering by Requisition Owner in Onboarding Center
    3. Recruiting
        1. Advanced Filtering the Submissions of a Requisition

March Maintenance Pack 22B.1

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Product Feature Notes
13 JUN 2022 Created initial document.

Overview

HAVE AN IDEA?

We’re here and we’re listening. If you have a suggestion on how to make our cloud services even better then go ahead and tell us. There are several ways to submit your ideas, for example, through the Ideas Lab on Oracle Customer Connect. Wherever you see this icon after the feature name it means we delivered one of your ideas.

GIVE US FEEDBACK

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this document may include statements about Oracle’s product development plans. Many factors can materially affect Oracle’s product development plans and the nature and timing of future product releases. Accordingly, this Information is provided to you solely for information only, is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

This information may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Oracle or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Oracle specifically disclaims any liability with respect to this information. Refer to the Legal Notices and Terms of Use for further information.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.

Features Delivered Disabled = Action is needed BEFORE these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

Ready for Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

Customer Must Take Action before Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Recruiting

Configuring Which Requisition File Used When Duplicating Requisitions

Taleo Enterprise (OTAC)

Recruiting

Configuring Which Requisition File Used When Duplicating Requisitions

A new setting, Requisition file used when duplicating requisitions, allows administrators to configure whether when duplicating existing requisitions, recruiters are to use the file meant for creating requisitions or the same file as when viewing the original requisition. There are 2 options available to select:

  1. Requisition file creation, as per the user's Configuration Profile uses a new requisition file that's already configured for the user's configuration profile to duplicate requisitions.
  2. View or Edit Requisition file, as per the user's Configuration Profile uses the same recruiting file that the recruiter is currently viewing to duplicate requisitions.

A more predictable requisition duplication process eliminates the need for training.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

You can access this setting by following the below steps:

  1. Go to Configuration.
  2. Select Administration under the Recruiting section.
  3. Select Settings under the General Configuration section.
  4. Refine the search by name and enter Requisition file used when duplicating requisitions.
  5. Click on the name of the setting to access it.
  6. Click Edit to change your configuration option that determines the type of requisition file that's to be used during the creation of duplicated requisitions.

Update 22B

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Product Feature Notes
31 MAY 2022 Created initial document.

Overview

HAVE AN IDEA?

We’re here and we’re listening. If you have a suggestion on how to make our cloud services even better then go ahead and tell us. There are several ways to submit your ideas, for example, through the Ideas Lab on Oracle Customer Connect. Wherever you see this icon after the feature name it means we delivered one of your ideas.

GIVE US FEEDBACK

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this document may include statements about Oracle’s product development plans. Many factors can materially affect Oracle’s product development plans and the nature and timing of future product releases. Accordingly, this Information is provided to you solely for information only, is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

This information may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Oracle or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Oracle specifically disclaims any liability with respect to this information. Refer to the Legal Notices and Terms of Use for further information.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.

Features Delivered Disabled = Action is needed BEFORE these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

Ready for Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

Customer Must Take Action before Use by End Users
(Feature Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Career Section

Announcing Table Contents When Using Screen Readers

Onboarding

Filtering by Requisition Owner in Onboarding Center

Recruiting

Advanced Filtering the Submissions of a Requisition

Taleo Enterprise (OTAC)

Career Section

Announcing Table Contents When Using Screen Readers

When a candidate using a screen reader in iOS visits a career section, the screen reader announces the headers and accompanying data in a table format.

The contents of the table are announced in relation to the headers and the rows contained within the headers. The total number of rows is also announced.

Provides an enhanced user experience to promote increased and higher quality engagement from visually impaired candidates.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Onboarding

Filtering by Requisition Owner in Onboarding Center

Two new filters are available in the Onboarding Center. The first, Show Tasks and Processes for Requisitions gives you the ability to filter your task and process lists by requisition owner and the second, Exclude Off-Boarding tasks and processes, does exactly that; it lets you exclude offboarding tasks and processes from your filter results. Let’s take a look.

Having the ability to filter your process and task lists in the Onboarding center means that now the contents of the Recruiting Dashboard will match that of the Onboarding Center. When you’re viewing recruiting information in the Dashboard using a requisition owner filter the Onboarding processes and tasks numbers reflect only the data that’s tied to that filter. Now, anytime you click an Onboarding-related link from the Recruiting Dashboard, the Onboarding Center opens with the same requisition ownership filter as was selected in the Dashboard. The Exclude Off-Boarding tasks and processes filter will be selected by default. 

New Onboarding Center Filters

Provides better filtering and alignment with filters in Recruiting giving the opportunity for recruiters and onboarding specialists to carry out their activities in high-volume environments more efficiently.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

If an onboarding specialist opens the Onboarding Center directly instead of via a link in the Recruiting Dashboard, the new filters display only if the specialist has the Access Fluid Recruiting permission. There is a configuration setting that allows Administrators to choose whether or not the two new filters display at all in the Onboarding Center to these specialists with Recruiting permissions.

This setting is activated by default. To deactivate it and the resulting functionality:

  1. Go to Configuration and click Onboarding (Transitions) Settings under Onboarding (Transitions) Administration
  2. Search by name and enter View Tasks and Processes for Requisition filters.
  3. .Select the task by clicking on its name.
  4. Click Edit.
  5. Deselect the Value check box and click Save.

Key Resources

Recruiting

Advanced Filtering the Submissions of a Requisition

You can view and focus on a smaller and more manageable list of a requisition’s submissions by applying filters that provide increased levels of details and granularity.

Advanced Filters Expanded

Provides the opportunity for Recruiters to carry out their activities in high-volume environments more efficiently.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.