It will be perfect to add projects to CV builder
Allow Recommendations to be added to the resume.
Hi, I printed off a sample version of my resume and the page break is at an inopportune place. Is there a way to ensure page breaks are at a good point between pages? thanks
Please and the "Volunteer Experience & Causes" Section. In Liked In all my volunteer experience is on that section and I want to put it on my resume. It's as important as the "Experience" section for people, like me, who do activism.
Excelent idea, but I would like to see an option to export the resume, no only to pdf but to .rtf and .odt.
There are a lot of HHRR recruiting companies that demand a .doc formated resume, which I can create starting from the .rtf or .odt files.
All the sections on LinkedIn should just be importable, and some of them (formatwise) are already very similar to the experience section that (I assume) it shouldn't be very a dificult feature to implement. This is important because all those sections have some kind of important information for different people and it's that specific lack of exportable information the original "export to pdf" linkedin function was missing ...more »
We can have our Linkedin profile in several languages. Currently resume builder lets us choose only the default language profile (and it is not chooseable by just changing Linkedin account's language).
For example, my default profile language is portuguese. The only version I can get out of resume builder then is a portuguese detailed resume with english section captions and language skill descriptions.
Allow schools/universities/firms to create their own templates.
Apart from schools and universities, outsourced product development firms spend a lot of time in putting together employees' resume for prospective clients. A single repository with ability to send/share/export employees' resume from LinkedIn should be helpful.
In my linkedin profile I have filled out the "Honors" section, but when generating a resume using the 'clean' template it said "Honors is empty and will not be part of your resume.".
It's definitely not "empty".
Allow users to enter a custom data field. LinkedIn privacy settings don't allow you to hide a mobile number, so Resume Builder users have to enter it on LinkedIn, create the resume, then go back to LinkedIn and delete the mobile number, in order to protect their privacy. (Especially true for those with public URL listings.)