Facebook introduced a new feature which allows users to review Places. Since yesterday, Facebook pages for Places have a new button where users can score and comment (review) their experience with the business.
Facebook is rolling it out now and it should be on all Facebook pages for Places very soon, therefore reaching out its 1,5 billion users and making up a serious competition to other platforms which had specialized in that field (tripadvisor for example)
Here is what it looks like on the Facebook page of our favorite museum, Le Louvre, in Paris:
The new button which has been placed between the “Like” and “Message” buttons, right under the cover photo, is hard to miss. If you click on it, a pop up window will appear and you’ll be served with the opportunity to score the place by allocating it 1 to 5 stars and you can even leave a comment. Of course Facebook did not forget to add a “like page” button right on the review box.
Once you are done with your review, and before you hit “post”, you have the option to choose who sees your review. Like for your other Facebook posts and status updates, you can select the following groups to see the post: public, friends, friends of friends, friends except acquaintances, custom or chose from one of your lists.
After you click post, you’ll be served up other Pages to review. And Facebook plays it clever on that one as it will serve you with places you’ve either checked into or have Liked on Facebook.
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