Filter and Sort Reviews

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Anastasia Rybalko
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Use the Filters panel to see a customized view based on your needs and fine-tune which Reviews you see on the page. To add a Filter, click + Add Filters and choose one of the options from the list. To quickly find a specific filter, use the search bar at the top of the list. 

Available Filters


Filter Description Google Play App Store
Time Set to all-time, a custom timeframe, a specific date, or choose from a predefined selection of timeframes: Today, Yesterday, This Week/Month, Last Week/Month. ✔️ ✔️
Semantic Tag Choose between specific tags, no tags, all selected tags, or any of the selected tags. ✔️ ✔️
Semantic Sentiment Select one, several, or all sentiments. ✔️ ✔️
Tag Choose between specific tags, no tags, all selected tags, or any of the selected tags. Learn more: Tags. ✔️ ✔️
Tag Category Select a category to filter for all Reviews with a tag from the selected Tag Category. ✔️ ✔️
Featured Reviews

Display only Featured Reviews.

💡Note: This filter cannot be combined with the "Time" filter. The list of featured reviews is updated regularly and can include reviews from any timeframe.

✔️ ✔️
Likes Filter by Reviews with or without Likes. ✔️ ✔️
Rating Change See which Reviews’ ratings became better, became worse, or remained without changes. ✔️ ✔️
Release Version Filter by Reviews left for a particular version of the app. With integration ✔️
Reply With Reply, Without a Reply, Pending Approval, With Auto-reply, Outdated, Error. Learn more: Reply Status. ✔️ ✔️
Report a Concern See Reviews which you reported to the app store, filtered by the submission’s status: Submitted, Declined, Satisfied, Pending. Learn more: Report a Concern. ✔️ ✔️
Review Language Filter by single or multiple Review languages. ✔️ ✔️
Review Rating Select a specific rating, or select multiple ratings at once. ✔️ ✔️
Search Find reviews that contain your query in the Review text, author, note, or reply. ✔️ ✔️
Update Filter by Reviews that have been updated regardless of a reply (No Reply Effect), updated since a reply (Reply Effect), or which have not been updated. Learn more in our article on the Reply Effect. ✔️ ✔️
User Replies Filter by specific users on your team who posted a reply. ✔️ ✔️
Visibility All Reviews, Deleted Reviews, or Beta Reviews. *Deleted reviews are visible only if the Deleted filter is selected. ✔️ ✔️
Review Status View Open, Closed, and Re-opened Reviews. Learn more: Review Statuses. With integration With integration
Device Country Filter by one or more device countries. With integration ✔️
Device Language Filter by one or more device languages. ✔️
Device Filter by one or more device types. With integration
Device Type Filter by phone, tablet, or unknown type. With integration
Manufacturer Filter by one or more device manufacturers. With integration
OS Select one or more types of OS. With integration
Version Code Filter by one or more device version codes. With integration

Google Play reviews may miss some information (e.g. device country, manufacturer, OS, etc.). There are 2 possible reasons for this:

  1. User has opted not to share personal details from the Google account setting. In this case, the details won't be available in Google Play Developer Console for the review as well.
  2. Some metrics are optional in Google API and unavailable to collect. For example, "country" is an optional parameter for Google Play reviews and often there is no information for the "Device Country" filter even with an active Google Play integration.


Decide which Reviews you want to focus on by choosing which should appear at the top of the list. Click on the sorting menu dropdown on the right side of the screen to adjust the descending order based on a certain parameter:

  • Newest first
  • Oldest first
  • Negative first
  • Positive first
  • Short first
  • Long first
  • Liked first
  • Disliked first

Use the "Search" filter to find reviews that contain your search query in the Review text, author, note, or reply. Use the following search operators to find the Reviews you need:

  1. The "|" operator allows you to search for any of the words in your query. For example: " can't|freeze" will show you reviews that contain either "can't" or "freeze".
  2. The "&" operator searches for reviews which contain all of the words in your query. For example: " can't&freeze" will show you reviews that contain both "can't" and "freeze".

The search engine looks for words that contain your query. This means that for the search term "freeze", you will see reviews that contain the words freeze, freezes, unfreeze.

Save Filters

Use the Smart Views to create filter presets and see the Reviews which matter most in just a click. Learn how to create a preset in our article on Smart Views.

After you’ve filtered and sorted your reviews to see the most relevant ones, you’re ready to start replying to them. Learn more in the next article: Publish and Edit Replies to Reviews

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