Another Tweak To Facebook’s Five-Star Ratings System For Pages?

FiveStarRatingsSystemUpdate650Facebook continues to enhance the information available via its five-star ratings system for pages, following up January’s moves to display pages’ average ratings in stars and add breakdowns of users’ ratings and a numerical average when users hovered over the stars with the addition of the numerical average to the left of the stars.

Reader Matteo Gamba shared the screenshot above, in which the page’s average rating of 4.6 appears next to the five stars under its name (the comma between the “4” and “6” appears because the language setting in the screenshot was Italian — it appears as a decimal point when the language is set for U.S. English).

Readers: Have you seen these average ratings displayed on any Facebook pages?

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