Track Reviews

Learn about Track Applicant Tracking System. Includes info on Track, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on November 27th, 2019

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Track is an Applicant Tracking System made by AngelList. Track stores all candidate information in one place, offering interview scheduling and feedback collecting tools, among other features.

Pricing:

Track is a free software.

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Track Reviews
Review:

Pros: Visualizing the recruitment pipeline makes it easier to manage applicants.

Cons: A lack of customer reviews makes Track difficult to recommend.

Bottomline: Track is a free software that organizes all your company's recruitment data.

Key Information:

Founder

Babak Nivi, Naval Ravikant

Founded

2010

Headquarters

San Francisco, CA

Number of Employees

51-200

CEO

Kevin Laws

Address

90 Gold St, San Francisco, CA 94133, United States

Phone Number

+1 650-851-1735

Website

www.angel.co

News and Activity:

Date

News and Activity

July 23, 2018

AngelList invests in Indian media measurement and analytics startup VTION

June 26, 2018

Angellist launches Angel Funds in Canada

FAQs:

Is there a Track free trial?

Track is a free software.

Where is Track based?

Track is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

Customer Reviews:

Peter Dresslar

Reviewed: Apr 07, 2016

Source: Twitter

Wow, Track is a recruiting tool we didn't even know we needed at @elevadallc. @angellist keeps getting better and better.

josh parolin

Reviewed: Apr 14, 2016

Source: Twitter

Loving @AngelList's new 'Track' feature for recruiting. Kanban for your candidates. For free.

Fadhli

Reviewed: Apr 11, 2016

Source: Twitter

AngelList new Track feature makes it easier to visualize the flow of recruitment using their platform. Love it!

Brandon Foo

Reviewed: May 30, 2016

Source: Twitter

This is everything I've ever wanted. And free??