We aim to level the playing field as much as possible. To eliminate time pressure and performance anxiety, all questions are provided upfront, before you start the interview. Understand the questions and write down your answers before taking the interview.
Take your time
Since multiple companies can see your interview responses, it pays to spend time thinking about your responses. Don't throw away opportunity with short, careless responses.
Choose situations and examples that demonstrate your traits and values. Employers want to understand how you make decisions and what is important to you. They also want to determine your grit, whether you have the potential to learn and grow, how responsible you are, etc. Provide enough detail that employers can assess these qualities easily.
While it's important to provide enough detail, it's also important to be concise. Avoid unhelpful tangents and learn to summarize.
Sweat the details
Even though there's autocorrect and auto-suggestions, proper spelling and grammar is still important. When you spend the time to ensure proper spelling and grammar, you demonstrate an attention to detail and that you care about communication. Carelessness and apathy are not traits employers value.