Trustpilot Analytics: Service review ratings

This feature is included in the Standard plan.

Dive into specific segments of your collected service reviews to gain detailed insights into how they’re performing. You can track developments in the volume and star rating of your service reviews, and monitor your TrustScore.

To see the page, go to Trustpilot Business > Analytics > Performance > Service reviews.

The dashboard has a range of filters that can vary depending on your plan. You can select your desired time period, then filter by collection methods, tags, languages, locations, reviewer location, topics, time period, and star rating. The data can be displayed in daily, weekly, or monthly intervals.

You can export your data as a CSV file by clicking Export in the upper right corner.

Service reviews

Track the number of service reviews over the chosen period to get a more detailed look at your performance. You can use this to monitor KPIs on review performance goals, or gain insight into greater review trends over time.


Average star rating

This chart shows the average star rating of your collected service reviews and gives you a compact look at whether your rating is stable, increasing, or decreasing.


Current TrustScore

Your TrustScore is calculated on the basis of all your service reviews, and is displayed on your profile page and in your widgets. The Current TrustScore graph shows how your score has developed over time. Changes in this graph may develop slowly, as it takes a large number of service reviews over time to affect your TrustScore.


Distribution of stars

Here you can view the distribution of stars from your service reviews. This distribution is taken into account when calculating your TrustScore and your Customer satisfaction score over a period of time.

Customer satisfaction score

This feature is only available with the Enhance Add-on Module.

Your customer satisfaction score is calculated by subtracting the percentage of Negative reviews from the percentage of Positive reviews. Neutral reviews count towards the total number of respondents, thus decreasing the percentage of Positive and Negative reviews and pushing the customer satisfaction score towards 0. A customer satisfaction score can range from a low of -100 (if every review is a Negative) to a high of 100 (if every review is a Positive).

Customer Satisfaction Score Calculation

Here’s some examples of how your Customer satisfaction score is calculated:

  • If you have two 5-star reviews, one 4-star review and one 3-star review, your Customer satisfaction score will be 25% + 25% + 0% - 25% = 25%
  • If you have three 5-star reviews and one 4-star review, your Customer satisfaction score will be 25% + 25% + 25% + 0% = 75%

Top languages

Here you can get an overview of the most frequently used languages.

Top review sources

Find out which sources lead to the most service reviews and use that information to get more reviews in the future.


This feature is only available with the Enhance Add-on Module.

Add your own tags to your service reviews using our tagging features. Once you’ve tagged your reviews, you can easily organize and analyze your performance by segment. You can also use the Tags table to monitor the most common themes in your service reviews.

The Tags table shows your average star rating, review volume, and customer satisfaction score for each available tag in the chosen period.


This feature is only available with the Location Reviews Add-on Module.

Here you can see how each of your locations are performing. Use the Locations table to compare, analyze, and improve your services at particular locations.

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