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Profile - the master data
Profile - the master data

How to work with profile

Jannicke Rinderud avatar
Written by Jannicke Rinderud
Updated over a week ago

What is a profile?

A Cinode Profile is a comprehensive record of a user's work experience, education, certifications, and more. The profile is created by the user or a colleague with sufficient access. It serves as an internal database accessible only to company employees. You can have only one Profile but can create multiple language versions (e.g., English and Spanish).

The data entered in the profile can be searched in the general search and skills searches throughout the app.

The profile is your opportunity to promote yourself internally in your company. The profile consists of your overall experience that is; internally, searchable for salespeople, consulting managers, and your colleagues. Skills and experiences are searchable, and skills are displayed in various competence reports.

Create the profile block by block manually or import profile data from a resume or Linked In text in pdf or word. Make sure to go through and edit the imported text.
Click on 'Home' in the menu and click on the tab called 'Profile' to find the profile.

Switch between the blocks by click on 'table of content'

Add or edit skills in your profile

If you want to translate a skill you can use synonyms.

Update your profile skills from a skill set.

If your organization has defined key competencies in skill sets, you can access them in the editing mode of the profile. This allows you to easily see which skills you already have in your profile and which ones you should consider and supplement with

Add or edit in project and assignment in your profile

Project & Assignments: Add your earlier assignments and/or projects by clicking on '+' or edit an already existing assignment by open '>' the assignment in question. Earlier employment should be summarized as one or several assignments.

For every assignment, you need to add a description (tasks, responsibilities and results). Tag a few keywords or skills that are related to the assignment (one at a time). A keyword can for example be industries, roles, tools, techniques etc. When you start adding skills you will be given suggestions, use these. If a keyword is missing, you can simply add it, but be accurate about spelling.

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