All about Morty ratings
Last Update 2023-09-18
First some quick definitions
Ratings: ❤️, 👍, and 👎 ratings that Morty users leave on experiences
Reviews: Written reactions to experiences
Viewing ratings and reviews
The rating ring
Throughout the app Morty's rating ring uses a hot/cold scale to show you the community's loves, likes, and dislikes.
Tap on an experience and you may see what people say about individual aspects of it, such as its customer service.
If a Morty user has left a written review you’ll see that as well, along with their rating.
Ordering by rating
To see the highest rated experiences around you go to the map view, tap on the sort dropdown, and choose Community Score.
How is Community Score ranking determined?
User ratings are used to determine the score of an experience. When calculating the score we account for experience levels of individual users and patterns of suspicious behavior.
Note that private ratings are not factored into experience scores.
A text label is applied to experiences depending where on the score spectrum they fall:
- Overwhelmingly Positive (Eligible if >50 ratings)
- Very Positive (Eligible if >5 ratings)
- Mostly Positive
- Mostly Negative
- Very Negative
- Negative (Eligible if <5 ratings)
- Overwhelmingly Negative (Eligible if >50 ratings)
Here’s an article if you’d like to learn more about why Morty’s rating system works the way it does.
Leaving ratings and reviews
To rate an experience, first mark it as done. Then choose ❤️, 👍, 👎
Then tap on Add Review to continue on and leave further rating details and complete your review!
Also, if you're already looking at your list of reviews, you can tap through to an attraction, and then tap on Edit review
To our whole user base — thank you so much for all of your contributions! Your ratings and reviews of attractions on Morty help make the community better for everyone.