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RIDER FEEDBACK

-JR-

Well-Known Member
Do they see the rating before they rate you?

Yes. Since a relatively recent rider app update.

The rider's rating had previously been buried deep in sub menus.

Time was, only the savviest of riders knew how to access their rating.

Now it's plain to see right under their name on the rider app.

So a glance before they take a ride and another glance after the ride is complete is all it takes.

Their rating will either increase or decrease.

A percentage of riders WILL retaliate with a shiny 1 star if they notice a decrease.

Just remember... you can't pay your bills with stars and the algorithm does NOT favour higher rated drivers.

Uber's rating system is simply an attempt to make you docile and subservient.

Its poor design works both ways.

A generous tip can often cover a multitude of sins.

Yet we must rate BEFORE learning whether a rider has tipped in-app.

Seems silly to me.
 

I know not what I do

Well-Known Member
Yes. Since a relatively recent rider app update.

The rider's rating had previously been buried deep in sub menus.

Time was, only the savviest of riders knew how to access their rating.

Now it's plain to see right under their name on the rider app.

So a glance before they take a ride and another glance after the ride is complete is all it takes.

Their rating will either increase or decrease.

A percentage of riders WILL retaliate with a shiny 1 star if they notice a decrease.

Just remember... you can't pay your bills with stars and the algorithm does NOT favour higher rated drivers.

Uber's rating system is simply an attempt to make you docile and subservient.

Its poor design works both ways.

A generous tip can often cover a multitude of sins.

Yet we must rate BEFORE learning whether a rider has tipped in-app.

Seems silly to me.
Thx for info
 

Anon2014

Well-Known Member
Yes. Since a relatively recent rider app update.

The rider's rating had previously been buried deep in sub menus.

Time was, only the savviest of riders knew how to access their rating.

Now it's plain to see right under their name on the rider app.

So a glance before they take a ride and another glance after the ride is complete is all it takes.

Their rating will either increase or decrease.

A percentage of riders WILL retaliate with a shiny 1 star if they notice a decrease.

Just remember... you can't pay your bills with stars and the algorithm does NOT favour higher rated drivers.

Uber's rating system is simply an attempt to make you docile and subservient.

Its poor design works both ways.

A generous tip can often cover a multitude of sins.

Yet we must rate BEFORE learning whether a rider has tipped in-app.

Seems silly to me.
That Sir is poetry in motion.
 
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