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Even Easier Job Boards

Posted: June 9th, 2009 | Author: Andrew Gleave | Filed under: Easy Job Boards | Comments Off

Easy Job Boards, our simple–to-use hosted job board application, has just been updated and we’ve completely removed the requirement that you create an account before you are able to create a job board.

We wanted to make it as simple as possible for people to create a job board, and that means doing something about the need for you to already have an account before being able to try out the service.

We considered integrating OpenID with our registration system – which we may implement at some point – but decided that it would be far nicer if we could do away with the user having to provide any details at all.

You can now just go straight to the create a job board page, give your board a name, and that’s it – your own job board created in record time, and you haven’t even needed to give your email address!

If you decide that you want to give your job board a proper spin and publish your board and its jobs live on the internet, you can then create an account and start a 14-day free trial.

Hopefully, by leaving the requirement to register until the last moment, it helps newcomers get a feel for their job board quickly, and with minimum fuss.


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