Amazon Testing One Tap Product Review System


Product feedback is one of the essential parts of the Marketplace. With the efficient review system, the products are rated after the customer records the response. This helps other tons of buyers to choose the best product that has tons of positive reviews. According to reports, Amazon is testing the one-tap review system for quick feedback recording. The new feature will help users who have no time for recording lengthy feedback. The large community which relies on the star rating and user reviews on the products can benefit from the new features.

As of now, Amazon asks for Star Ratings, Title for the review and review body after getting the delivery of the product. In the new mode, the users will receive the star rating option. Once tapped on the appropriate rating star, the review will be recorded. There is no need for providing additional feedback like the review body and title. This will help the buyers to record the star rating for the product. If the product is right, then the user can provide a full five-star rating and otherwise less than that. The additional input options are still available for the described review. If the user has any big complaint about the product, he/she can make use of the additional fields.

The option is currently in the testing phase. The users can quickly access the option once the product is delivered. Otherwise, there is a number of places where the users can access the ratings. The “Your orders” page will have the same option. Also, the products listing page will have the opportunity for certified buyers. The star ratings recorded by the Certified Buyer will contribute to the overall ratings of the product. With this feature, Amazon is expecting to collect feedback from more users.

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