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Add a rating feature to your library

Ratings can also help you prioritize content improvements. If z. For example, if three of the shortest articles in a library have high ratings, you can group longer articles into shorter articles that are more specific.

To allow library visitors and contributors to rate library items and encourage interaction, ratings must be enabled for the library. If you own or manage the library, this is usually easy to do. You can choose to give library visitors a star rating (one to five stars) or simply "like" the item.

Note: The features described in this article depend on whether your organization has set up or customized personal websites and user profiles. Contact your administrator for more information.

Adding ratings to your library

To add reviews to your SharePoint:

  1. Switch to Library librarySettings.

  2. click Under settingson Rating settings.

  3. Under Items in this list are allowed to be rated become?on Yes.

  4. Choose Under What Voting / Review Experience you wantYou enable for this list? one of the following options:
    Choose You like it, so that website visitors can indicate that they like a document or other list item.
    SharePoint shows the total number of "likes" next to the item and shows who liked the item when viewed.
    Choose You star ratings so that website visitors can rate items with 1 to 5 stars. SharePoint automatically calculates an average of the star rating of multiple visitor responses and shows the result next to the item
    at.

  5. click on OK.

Remove ratings from your library

How to remove a rating feature from the SharePoint library:

  1. Switch to Library librarySettings.

  2. click Under settingson Rating settings.

  3. Under Items in this list are allowed to be rated become?on No,and then click OK.