- easy navigation and convenient login information (when you can sign up via LinkedIn and have all your contact and job history information already in the system)
- AI assistant helps to generate a nice looking resume that is helpful for those who need a job via a questionnaire
- While it's a paid service, getting a professional cover letter written for you (by a real person, not artificial intelligence) is a helpful way to get that job interview date. (But again, if you're getting the job and will be paid well for it, the cost of the cover letter will be worth it.)
There wasn't anything that I have found odd or not user-friendly. It was easy to set up and use. Possibly, if you have a long list of jobs or education that you'd like to highlight, it might become trickier, but I had a total of three official jobs within more than 10+ years of work, so I didn't have that problem.
SkillRoads are especially great for everyone who is looking for a job and wants to make a first good impression on Human Resources and Recruitment teams (because often it is one of the key factors in getting a job offer).
I have tried using it because I have seen it on ProductHunt and the idea of using AI for resumes was interesting. It did what I expected it to do, so it was great. I wasn't looking for a job at the moment, however, so I can't say I found a job with its help.