Advanced display settings are powerful tweaks that can enhance the review displays on your site.
It's important to note that while certain behaviours may make perfect sense for some brands & they may make no sense for others. Advanced settings is a feature on the Standard plan as they tend to make more sense for larger brands.
To get to advanced display settings, head to On-site & then scroll to the bottom.
1. Smart Displays
Smart Displays make sure you don't show any "empty widgets" on a page with zero approved reviews. Without Smart Displays, we would show a CTA to "write the first review".
Smart Displays make a ton of sense for larger brands rolling out new products (as customers expect reviews, so reminding them that there aren't any is suboptimal), but less for small brands who are just getting started (where customers know & expect you to be smaller).
2. Enable write a review on-site
Disabling write a review simply means the "write a review" button will no longer appear on your product pages. It has no affect on your post purchase requests.
Disabling this makes total sense for a large store, especially those trying to optimize conversion rate. For a smaller brand, it often makes sense to keep this enabled.
3. Enable dark mode
If your site has a dark color scheme, it makes sense to enable dark mode.
4. Number of reviews to display
Changes the number of reviews you show on your product page on page load.
5. Show featured reviews first
Defaults to a view that shows featured reviews first on page load.