The blog for the Resume Builder: http://resume.linkedinlabs.com
Looks great, but as a recruiter I can state that no 3rd party recruiter and many corporate recruiters don't want to receive .pdf resumes. They give most resume databases heartburn. It would be great if you'd create the option to also create the resume as a .doc or .rtf file.
@eSearch this has been suggested on the Resume Builder IdeaScale page. Vote it up: http://liresume.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Export-Formats/97389-11663
This is the best new tool I have ever seen on Linkedin.Thank you so much - and best of all it's free!Chuck Painter
Is this tool still developpement ? Are we going to be luck and view a new version coming out soon (containg an export in different file formats, the possibilities to add picutres (certification logos, professional picture) and to generate a resume from our other linked in profiles (and not only the default one ?)I really hope we will ! ;)
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I put a comment in the discussion forum. Basically, I'm finding it impossible to use outline mode to hide or move any stanzas in the Experience section. This makes it difficult to de-emphasize small, recent projects in favor of larger, though less recent projects.