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Draft vs published jobs


All new jobs start out as drafts, whether they’re created new or cloned. Only users with permission to manage jobs can see drafts.

Editing a published job creates a draft version so you can make changes. The published version remains visible to users with permission to view jobs while you work privately on the draft version. Once you publish the draft version, it becomes the new published version of the job description. The previous published version is saved in the job’s history so you can keep track of changes.

If you rename the draft version of a published job, the draft title appears in brackets next to the published titled in the jobs table.


Jobs that are ready to be shared in the organization can be published. This makes a job visible to users with permission to view jobs. Published jobs are also available to associate to interview guides.

The published version is a snapshot of the job description at the time it was published. We preserve and protect the published version with great care. Updating jobs in Quinto will never alter the published version. We’ll either replace the published version with a new version or create a draft version of the job. Learn more

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