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JetReviews: Full Dashboard Overview

This overview reveals all the features and functionalities of the JetReviews dashboard in great detail.

JetReviews is a flexible and precise tool that can help to create a review section, convenient both for you and the visitors of your website. It doesn’t matter whether you have a set of pre-made reviews and just want to show them to the audience, or prefer to give the users an opportunity to leave comments. This plugin can furnish you with all the necessary instruments.

After downloading and installing the JetReviews plugin, you will see the additional submenu in the WP dashboard. Let’s take a closer look at all its tabs.

JetReviews stats

The first tab of the JetReviews dashboard is dedicated to showing statistics. It could be useful for analytics and will definitely keep you informed about the activity on the website.

General Reviews Stats are displayed at the top of the web page, so that will be the first thing you see after opening this tab. It shows in numbers how many reviews and comments were left by users, how many of them are already approved, and how many are waiting for approval. The graphic illustrates that stats better, taking into account the period of time they were added. The diagram clearly displays the data about the rates of the added reviews.

General Reviews Stats of JetReviews dashboard

Post Types Reviews Stats gives you all the same information yet divided according to the post types. That lets you analyze activity in the chosen part of the website.

Post Types Reviews Stats of JetReviews dashboard

All Reviews

All Reviews tab of JetReviews dashboard

The reviews left by the visitors of the website are stored here in a table. It shows the review author’s name and email, the title of the review, its average score, a post the review is assigned to, and the date it was added. Additionally, the table contains the necessary action buttons:

  • Approve” – by clicking this button you allow the review to be shown on the website;
  • Unapprove” – with this button you can hide the already published review;
  • Edit” – this button gives you access to the review’s summary title and description, so you can change it quickly and easily if needed;
review editing window
  • Delete” – as it is obvious from the name, this button deletes the review.

This tab also has a search bar that helps to find any given review on the list.

Review Types

JetReviews allows you to create different types of reviews for different purposes. If you added a few custom post types for the website, the reviews for them can’t probably look the same. Reviews for pages and posts will also have different assessment criteria. So, in this tab, you can create, store, edit, and delete review types.

Review Types tab of JetReviews dashboard

When you open the Review Types tab for the first time, you will see only the Default type. It has one field, named Rating and can’t be edited or deleted. This type is applied to posts and pages by default.

To create a review type, you need to click on the “Add New” button.


Type in the review type Name and start adding fields. Type Fields are the criteria that you want your clients to rate the post or page for. So, you set the Label for it and then define the Step and Max Value. When the user increases the rating for one step, it will increase by the amount you set in the Step bar. You can add as many fields as you need by clicking the “Add Field” button. When you are done, hit the “Add Type” button.



This tab is almost a lookalike of All Reviews but it lists comments instead of reviews. All the comments and replies to them are gathered into a table that displays the text of a comment, the post it is assigned to, the date it was added, and the actions you can do with it. It is possible to “Approve” or “Unapprove” the comment, “Edit” or “Delete”.

Comments tab of JetReviews dashboard


Here you can choose on what pages, posts or custom post types the reviews block will be shown. After turning the Use review for post type toggle on, you will be able to define the other settings:

  • Review type. In the drop-down menu, you will see all created review types and can assign one of them to the page or post type.
  • Allowed roles. This option allows you to define who can leave reviews on the page or post you are currently customizing.
  • New review approval. Turn this toggle on if you want every added review to be approved by you before publishing.
  • Allow comments. Enabling this toggle, you’ll allow the users to leave comments to the added reviews.
  • New review comments need approval. Turn this toggle on if you want every added comment to be approved by you before publishing.
  • Allow review approval actions. If you want to give the users an opportunity to like/dislike the comments, turn this toggle on.
NOTE. Be aware that all the JetReviews settings will work only for the reviews left by the users and that is possible only with the Reviews Listing widget. Reviews created by means of the Static Review widget won’t be visible in the All Reviews tab and don’t need to be assigned in the Settings tab.

That’s all about the JetReviews dashboard. You now know all its features, so enjoy using them for the best possible reviews block creation.