How do I leave a review for a pilot?

How do I leave a review for a pilot?

Once you have completed a flight, you're more than welcome to leave a review for the pilot for other users to see on the flight page! 

To begin, you may be prompted by an email which looks something like this:


From here, you can click on the mail and click on "Leave a review" which will take you directly to part 3 (scroll down to see this stage):



Alternatively, you can leave a pilot a review directly from your Wingly account. Here is a step-by-step guide:

  1. Login to your Wingly account and click on your name in the top right-hand corner where you'll see a drop-down menu.



  2. Click on the Dashboard and the flight you have completed will appear with a button that reads "Rate user".



  3. Once you have clicked on "Rate user", you will be taken to the page shown below where you choose how many stars you would rate the pilot and the experience as well as having the opportunity to leave a written review.



  4. Finally, when the review has been written and you feel happy with it, simply click on 'Add review' and this will be posted on the flightpage!
'Add review' is on the bottom left-hand corner

If you would like any further information or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly at hello@wingly.io or by phone at +44 7782 358860 . We will be happy to assist you from Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5.30 pm.


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