Wondering how many 5-star Google reviews have mentioned your artisan lattes this year? Look no further!
You can export a CSV or print a PDF from the "Ratings & Reviews" tab, which will allow you to filter your results to download exactly what you need.
1. Filters are your friends
Any criteria set in the filters at the top will be reflected in CSV and PDF reports. These options include groups, locations, review source, star rating, status, review type, and your chosen date range.
2. Looking for something more visual? Print a PDF.
Click the Print button to see a visual format of up to 250 reviews. If you're just looking for the raw data, click the CSV button to get a spreadsheet of all reviews.
3. Search for a specific word or phrase
The search function is another option to filter your review data. With this feature, you're only a click away from having a comprehensive list of every review that mentions the free coffee in your lobby.
Note: Downloaded CSV data appears in UTC time format
All data from the Ratings & Reviews tab will show in Universal Time Coordinated (UTC). When you're in ReviewTrackers though, you see data in your very own timezone. So if there's a slight difference in the CSV to what you see on the screen, don't be alarmed!
Want to download data from the dashboard instead? You can download a PDF of all the charts!
If you have any questions or need help with specialty data, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.