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Understanding the rating system

Rating (Dots)

Yup allows you to rate and see the social value of all content, and earn money and influence for your opinion. You can either rate from the popup on any site or through the page itself on certain sites.

How do ratings work?

With Yup, you can rate content out of 5 dots - 1/5 is the most negative rating, 5/5 is the most positive (like star rating). Nuanced ratings (ex: 1/5, 2/5, 4/5, 5/5) multiply your earnings, but they cost more! You can only rate content 5/5 five times a day currently.
The dots are a simplified implementation of quadratic voting. 2/5 and 3/5 are considered low-cost ratings, costing 1 vote each. 1/5 and 4/5 cost 4 votes, and 5/5, the most extreme, costs 9 votes. Users currently have 40 votes a day. Advanced
Category
Description
like
Like: how much people like something or how popular it is.
smart
Smart: how much people believe something is smart. General intelligence.
funny
Funny: how much people believe something is funny.
chill
Chill: Easy-going about attendance, lateness, etc.
useful
Useful: has important knowledge for your field/career
knowledgeable
Knowledgeable: for professors, how much they know about the relevant course.
engaging
Engaging: Captures your attention, makes concepts easy to understand
easy
Easy: can do well without extra effort; generous grading, minimal time
interesting
Interesting: compelling subject matter, makes you think
affordable
Affordable: for locations, how much it costs to spend time there.
beautiful
Beautiful: for locations (Google Maps), how pretty a place is.

Pop-up: Rating on any site

Rate on any webpage simply by opening the popup while surfing that page. Click on the Yup button in the top right of your web browser to open the popup.

Rating on overlaid sites

Rate overlaid sites directly from the page itself, using the inscribed Yup button there.
Examples Lists are weighed by each category separately and distinctly. That means that the usage and influence being spent in a category determines its relevance on lists.
Last modified 10mo ago