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Do I need to create content from scratch?

Last Updated: May 28, 2012 10:12AM CDT
No - you can jumpstart creating your resume by either uploading an old resume/CV or importing your LinkedIn profile. 

When you first create a Resunate account, you will see a Get Started pop up.  In this window, you can upload an old resume/CV in any format by clicking the "Browse" button which will prompt you to select a file from your desktop or detachable folder. Once you've selected the file, your resume information will be transformed into one of Resunate's easy to scan resume templates. Information will be assigned to categories and fields based on Resunate's understanding of the information in your document. If information is assigned incorrectly, you can click on individual sections to make edits to the content.

Another way to populate your profile is by importing your LinkedIn profile. Simply click on "Import LinkedIn profile" which will take you to a new page where you will be asked to grant Resunate access to your LinkedIn profile content to populate your resume. By granting Resunate access, you will automatically be returned to Resunate where your LinkedIn profile information will be copied over to designated fields in your resume.

If you would like to create new content to add to your resume, there are a few options to do so in Resunate.  First, you can click on the "Add Information" button on the main resume-editing screen.  You will be able to add resume information into specific categories on your resume, such as "Work Experience" or "Education."  

You can also add information by clicking on your "All Information" button.

This will direct you to the All Information page, which is a storage space of all of the information that you have ever imported into Resunate.  On this page, you can add, edit or rearrange content as you'd like it to appear in all new resumes you create in the future. 

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