Partoo's Review Management solution enables you to manage your Google & Facebook reviews centrally. Our tool allows you to retrieve all reviews, export them in Excel format and even respond to them directly through the Partoo interface. Reviews can of course be filtered by establishment, rating, date and platform.

General introduction

This is what the Partoo interface looks like:

  • The establishment filter (1)
  • The download button (2)
  • Tabs that allow you to access all active, processed, unprocessed and deleted reviews on Google (3)
  • Filters by date, platform, rating, content and/or keyword(s) (4)
  • The Reviews and corresponding responses (5)

Responding to reviews

Reviews can be viewed and responded to through the interface: click on the ‘Reply’ button underneath the comment, write your message and click ‘Send’. Your message will be visible on the platform in a few minutes.

Edit a response

You will then have the option of editing this response, even once it has been posted online! Once the final response has been sent, you can mark the comment as processed. However, you will still have the option of accessing and amending it (see below).

Using the filters

It is possible to filter reviews on the Review Management interface based on four criteria:

  • By establishment
  • By date
  • By platform
  • By rating
  • By content (with or without comments)
  • By keyword

Here's how to use these filters:

Filter by establishment

Filter by date

Filter by performance

Filter by rating

Filter by content

Filter by keywords

Download the reviews for your establishments

To download the comments, simply click on the ‘Download all reviews’ button to the top right of the page. If you have applied filters, based on the establishment and/or other criteria, these will also apply to the downloaded comments.
You can also send an extract of your reviews by e-mail through the Partoo interface!

Find out here why it is important to follow and respond to the reviews that are sent to you.

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