My Resume Format

Make a professional resume in five minutes

#2 Product of the DayNovember 11, 2018

My Resume Format is a free resume builder with various pre designed resume templates ready for download. Get inspired by real resume lines that helped candidates get into companies like amazon, flipkart, paytm and Uber. Our AI enabled software keep curating the resume lines library so that you only get the best results

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12 Reviews5.0/5
Howdy Product hunt! 😃 We are a team of IIT grads and ex-Paytm engineers. This is our first product hunt launch and we are extremely overwhelmed with the positive response from the community. The product is completely free as of now and anyone can register to create a beautifully designed resume. Why and how we made this product: We observed that people whose first language is not English really struggle to make a good resume. This is where our auto-suggested resume lines feature helps - users get readymade resume line suggestions pertaining to their industry/job roles. It is developed in Golang, Python (for AI) and Angular 5 to create blazing fast system. Features: - Beautifully designed resume templates - Auto-suggest resume lines - Fast and secure - You can ACTUALLY download a professional looking resume PDF in minutes for free!! No hidden terms. I love the PH community and sincerely appreciate all the support and feedback. Shukriya PH 💕
@dheeraj_anand congrats on the launch 😄
@dheeraj_anand Great! Awesome product, this will be so helpful. Congratulations ✨
@dheeraj_anand My compliments! Very nice idea and the product!!

Amazing and blazing fast product, super cool to use


Amazing designs


NA, could add more field related designs

I think it is one of the best tools out there for this specific thing. For the people who crack their skull over formatting, here you go.


Fast, easy, time saver, lifesaver



Hey! Congrats on the launch! Just my 5c because for me this is a huge pet peeve. I’m talking about skills stars (bullets etc): Teamwork ••••• Microsoft Office ••••◦ Like, what does that even mean? You can come to an agreement with 100% of your colleagues but don’t know what each 5th button of Microsoft Word does? I’ve always seen this as rubbish pieces of information that don’t convey any meaning and only serve as "design for design’s sake". And yet those are in nearly every CV template on the web, nearly every generator, and on nearly every designer's resume. I simply cannot grasp why everyone is so fond of them. Please consider stopping promoting this horrendous pattern 🙂
@paul_danyliuk Thanks for your comment. This simply indicates the level of expertise on that particular skill. As you rightly pointed out about this trend, so honestly we followed. I think you didn't notice but some of our templates don't use this design pattern. Anyways i will keep your feedback in mind while designing the next template 😄

Seems to be very relevant for industry agnostic resumes.


Very useful designs. Very fast website.


The AI driven text recommendation could be a bit more elaborative