Most freelance websites have changed their terms and conditions for the client to submit a job application. This necessitates the freelancer to have the ability to create a digital portfolio to showcase their creativity and skills. Here, Astrodienst excels with Astro Gold for macOS. The software provides the user the ability to create a valuable digital portfolio to be able to showcase their proficiency in Astrology and Vedic Astrology. The 7th generation Astrodienst software is developed from the scratch and it has many new features. These include:
Create your own CV. It now allows you to create your CV in a clean and easy manner. You can use this CV to submit it to an organization for a job application, and once you get the job, you can transfer it to your portfolio. The CV is highly customizable and multi-layered.
Set your own availability for your profile. You are allowed to set your own hours and days for your availability, which will also be displayed on your portfolio.
Upload video tutorials. The software now allows you to upload short videos to your personal profile as part of your portfolio. The videos uploaded as part of your CV can also be used for future job applications.
Create avatars for your profile. You can now create your own avatar for your profile. This avatar can be used to represent you on your portfolio.
Select your preferred UI. While creating your CV, you can now choose between three UIs (there are more coming soon) for your portfolio, such as Black, White, Grey, Dark Blue, Dark Red, etc.
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