Now you can access the HackerRank Interview’s online code editor that mirrors the environment you are used to working in, while also being packed with powerful hiring features inside the Zoom application.
How it works
This article will walk you through the workflow of Interviews inside Zoom.
- First Install the HackerRank app from the Zoom marketplace.
- Now start a new meeting inside the Zoom application.
- At the bottom of the space, click on the Apps button.
- As you have already installed the HackerRank application, you can find it inside the Apps window under the My Apps section, click on the app title to launch HackerRank Interviews.
Note: If you are yet to download the app you can do so from the Discover section inside the Apps window.
- HackerRank Interviews will be launched inside Zoom as a separate application.
- Click on the Invite button and select a participant from the list to start the interview with them.
- You can then select the interview of your choice and work on it collaboratively.
- You can also use the Share Screen feature from the Interviews window as shown below.
- Once you are done you can close the Interviews window by simply clicking on the three dots icon placed at the top right corner and selecting Close.
Note: You can only use the free version of HackerRank Interviews, as it is not possible to log in with your HackerRank account inside the Zoom application as of now. Also, currently, we only support 1:1 interviews, and no more than two participants can use the interview application at a time.
For more information on how to use HackerRank Interviews or to sign up for a HackerRank account, visit here
- Access to the library: Select any available question from the HackerRank library. Questions are written based on role, skill, and difficulty.
- Code Editor and Programming Languages: The interview interface has a built-in code editor which supports more than 40 programming languages. These are available in the drop-down menu in the top right corner of the page. You can change the language for each question. However, if you have disabled certain languages during question creation, then you can choose only enabled languages.
- Code collaboration: All participants in the interview can edit code, provide input, and test code by running it live on our platform. The interviewer can monitor the changes made by the candidate in real-time.
- Run Tests: This will run all test cases, and the output of the same will be shown in the 'Output' tab.
- Run Code: This will run the code for the current input in the input tab, and the output of the same will be shown in the 'Output' tab.
- Built-in Whiteboard: The virtual whiteboard tool lets candidates and interviewers sketch diagrams using easy tools from the toolbar.
- Notes: Take notes that are not visible to the candidate. These notes can be shared with the other team members during the evaluation and decision-making process.
Click here to learn more about how to set up your interview and use all the key features.