Yelp reviews are great for getting a feel for how a business works, but you can not always trust them and they're not always understood fast enough to the point. This is where "tips" come into play, and you can view them and choose whether to use an iPhone or an Android phone.
No, I'm not talking about the extra money you give someone to do a good job, but a section in Yelp that's often overlooked. Each Yelp business listing has a "Tips" section where you can read bite-sized information about the location provided by the customer. And you could be one of those customers who have a particularly great piece of advice to advise everyone else.
Tips do not have a star rating, so they do not apply to generating averages among the clients and also for them. Do not bear all the emotional weight that would have overrated or hateful reviews. Instead, the tips are withdrawn and possibly more honest "reviews" that contain useful information for finding parking, for reservations, for the best dishes, for good visiting hours, and so on.
Viewing Yelp Tips [1
9659006] To view the tips of a Yelp listing, scroll down the page of the business to the bottom of the screen, and then tap Tips (next to a light bulb icon). It should be between "Recommended Reviews" and "Persons who are also viewed".
Flip through the tips to see what people are saying about the business. Although many of the tips tend to be very simple, and in some cases not even real tips, you should look for more detailed advice that mentions the best time to make a reservation or the best place to park for free.
If you find a good tip, you can give it a "compliment" so you can choose a compliment type, such as: For example, "You're Cool" (with a snowflake icon) or "Thanks" (the default band icon). and send the user a personal note to join. Apart from "compliment" there is also the typical "like" button.