Every time you receive a review or whenever a review expires, it takes 48 hours for our system to synchronize all platforms (Extranet, public page, etc) with the Extranet info that will be displayed on the website when the updates are complete. Therefore, the approval date of the latest reviews affects when the updates will take place.
Guests can evaluate with 4 smiley or sad faces, each counting for a score of 2.5. So we calculate your score by adding up all the individual categories' scores and dividing the sum by the total number of reviewed categories.
In theory, this means we add up the scores for Cleanliness, Comfort, Location, Facilities, Staff, and Value, then we divide this number by 6*.
So every single review that comes in won’t make an immediate impact on your property average score.
Reviews automatically expire after 24 months. The system will need another 48 hours to recalculate your average score and publish it on your page.
Reviews that are older than 24 months are deleted automatically so that the most relevant and recent reviews appear to customers. This means the review score will change over time.
Note: You might have noticed a new Additional Ratings section under the Guest Reviews tab on your Extranet. These ratings are not included in the calculation of your overall review score. Instead, you can use the ratings as added feedback that can help you improve things like breakfast, coffee, WiFi, or photos.