When it comes to tracking app performance, it’s important to consider your users' opinions. That’s why AppFollow is equipped with special features that help you search, tag, filter, analyze, and export user reviews.
To open the Reply to Reviews page, click on Reply to Reviews in the navigation menu on the left. On this page, you’ll find the following sections:
- Average Review Rating for the currently visible Reviews. Click on the graph to see a breakdown of ratings by stars.
- Filters panel.
- Sorting options.
- Advanced Tools.
Learn more about working with reviews in the next article: Publish and Edit Replies to Reviews.
The advanced tools toggles allow you to enable additional features on the Reply to reviews page. In this section, you can adjust:
Click on the ON/OFF toggle to see more information or change the settings.
The Review card contains useful information to provide you with more context before you write a response. Along with info about the Review itself, you can learn more details about the user who posted it. See the star rating of the review, the reviewer’s username and profile picture, and whether the review received any likes or dislikes from other app store users.
The top-left corner of the Review highlights additional information to help you keep track of what needs attention:
- Featured Reviews – reviews that are featured in the app store and visible to all users visiting your app’s page in the store.
- Updated Reviews – reviews that have been updated since they were initially posted.
- Deleted Reviews – reviews that were deleted after publication by either the user or the app store.
- Review Status – learn more in our article on the Review Status feature.
- Beta Reviews – learn more in our article on Google Play Beta Reviews.
The following data is displayed under the reply box on the Review card:
- App store
- Country (for App Store, Mac App Store, Microsoft Console, Amazon, and Google Play*)
- Language (Google Play)
- Time (App Store and Google Play)
*For Google Play reviews posted after May 24, 2021, you will also see additional data:
- App version (available without an integration for App Store apps)
- Device details
- Version code
Click “More” on the left side of the information bar to expand all of the available details.
Use Review Actions to work with and learn more about a review from a single panel. Under each review, you will find several actions:
- Report a concern — report irrelevant or offensive reviews to the app store. Learn more: Report a Concern.
- Reply via Console — reply to a review via the developer console. Learn more: Reply via Console.
- Note — leave an internal note about the review for your team.
- Find user — get more information about a user through Google Search.
- Translate — open a new page to see the translation of the selected review.
- Tweet — share the review through your Twitter account.
- Mail — send the review to a developer or your support team via email.
- # — apply the current review’s ID as a filter to see only the selected review on the page. When you apply this filter, you can share the URL of the page with teammates to show them a specific review.
- Add Tag — categorize your reviews by adding tags. Choose one of the default tags, or head over to the Tags page to create your own. Learn more: Tags.