If you’ve ever wondered how many good and bad reviews you got on Uber, now you can check that in the app.
For the first time, Uber lets you see a detailed breakdown of your past ride reviews. Here we show you exactly how to view your review breakdown in the Uber app.
Uber gives you a detailed breakdown of your rider reviews
Uber has added a feature that will show you a detailed breakdown of your ratings in the app’s privacy center starting February 16, 2022.
Previously, you could see your overall ratings, a high-level overview of how drivers rated you. However, with this new addition, you can see how many one-star reviews you have, all the way up to five stars, which can be helpful if you’re looking to improve your ratings.
The detailed rating breakdown feature is available for both iOS and Android apps.
How to view a detailed breakdown of your Uber reviews
You can find your Uber rating breakdown in the Privacy Center under Settings in the app. Follow the steps below to find and view your detailed breakdown of Uber reviews:
- Open the Uber app on your phone.
- Tap yours profile icon in the top right corner of the screen.
- Now tap ideas.
- Next, scroll down and go to Privacy > Privacy Center.
- Here under the Your data and privacy at Uber section, swipe right to Want to see a summary of how you use Uber? tab, and then tap See summary.
- Now scroll down to reviews and then tap Check out my reviews.
As you can see, viewing your review breakdown is that simple. If you’re new to Uber, we’d like to point out that you need at least five rated rides to see this information.
Uber’s detailed breakdown of reviews can help improve your ratings
Whether your Uber review shocked you or you feel like you could use more four- and five-star reviews, you might want to work on your reviews — and this new review breakdown section is a good motivator.
If you know how your ratings are distributed, you can work on how Uber drivers rate you, perhaps by being a little more involved or leaving their cars as you found them so they can rate you better.
Sometimes a little extra consideration and courtesy can mean the difference between a bad or average rating and a good one.
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