Integrating your JobAdder ATS with Rectxt will allow recruiters to send individual texts and launch text campaigns directly from within JobAdder with all conversations instantly being saved under each candidate profile as an activity. This means that any JobAdder user can view and read a log of all sent and received text message conversations with candidates at any time.


A few things before you get started:

  • A JobAdder Admin must be the first team member to integrate with Rectxt which will unlock the integration for the other team members (referred to as JobAdder Users).

  • JobAdder Users must have the JobAdder ID on hand to integrate (this can be provided by the JobAdder Admin member of your team)

How to confirm if you are a JobAdder Admin or JobAdder User:

When you hover over 'Account' in the bottom left corner of JobAdder you'll see an 'Admin' section option. If don't see 'Admin' then you are a User.


Steps to connect Rectxt with JobAdder:

1. Access the Rectxt settings page by clicking the 3 kebab dots in the top right of the Rectxt extension

2. Go to your Rectxt Settings page and click on the JobAdder logo in the 'INTEGRATIONS' tab

3. Select your JobAdder Account type

- ADMINS: click 'Connect' which will open up the JobAdder login page.

Now JobAdder ID will display which you can pass on to your team members who will need it for their integration:


- USERS: toggle to 'USER' and input your JobAdder email address and enter the JobAdder Account ID (which can be provided by the JobAdder Administrator as noted above) and click 'CONNECT'


4. Your Rectxt account is now integrated to your Job Adder Account :)


5. Refresh your JobAdder page then open a contact profile and click on any blue Rectxt icon to launch the Chrome extension and start texting. You can also text candidates by clicking on the Rectxt icon in the browser extension tray (both will work!)


If you have any trouble please use the support section of the setting page and we'll figure it out together :)

Happy Texting!

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