How do I write a good review?

Intro

Reviews are an important part of the MeetJune community. Please take a moment to provide your host with some helpful feedback … it will only take a few minutes.

Writing a review

Be informative and insightful about the experience or the host you’re reviewing, and describe what other travelers are likely to experience. Highlight what makes the experience or the host special, and try to share something novel and new, reviews should reveal the uniqueness of that experience or the host.

People will pay attention when you write thoughtful reviews. Keep them readable and avoid excessive capitalization or punctuation. Use good grammar, check your spelling, and avoid profanity. Choose the right length (character limit is 500) - a paragraph is great.

Throw some stars into the mix. Words are best for communicating the essence of the experience or the host, but sometimes symbols capture others’ attention more quickly. If you give the experience or the host a star rating that reflects your opinion you can help shape their profiles’ appearances.

Can I write a review after the 14-day review period has ended?

No. Once your reservation ends, you have 14 days to write a review. Because the review system is automated, we’re unable to make any exceptions. If you'd still like to thank your host or give helpful feedback, you can send them a note using the message service.

What are MeetJune’s review guidelines?

We believe in free speech, transparency, and clear communication. When creating a review, we ask that you stick to the facts. The best reviews provide constructive information that helps the community make better decisions.

MeetJune's default position is not to censor, edit, or delete reviews. However, we reserve the right to remove reviews that violate our content policy.

We don't allow:

  • Reviews that do not represent a user’s personal experience
  • Reviews unrelated to the actual reservation (ex: political, religious, or social commentary)
  • Content that endorses or promotes illegal or harmful activity or violence, or is profane, vulgar, obscene, defamatory, threatening, or discriminatory
  • Content that violates another person’s or entity’s rights, including intellectual property rights and privacy rights (ex: publishing another person’s full name, address or other identifying information without permission)
  • Content that is proven to be used as extortion