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Step by Step guide - G2 review for Finout

Step by Step guide - G2 review for Finout

If you don't know by now, G2 is a website for real users to share reviews and opinions about technologies, tools, and platforms that they use.
These peer reviews and insights are important for users to make informed decisions about usage and procurement.

A review from you will be highly appreciated.

Below are a couple of simple step-by-step guide to show you the ropes as they say, and if you have any trouble, don't be shy and reach out, we will be happy to help.

*After logging in and writing the review, you can choose not to disclose your name and make the review anonymous

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➜ Step 1: Enter Finout's G2 review section

➜ Step 2: Sign in to G2

You have two options:

  • Option 1: Your Social Media account (This is the easiest way to log in)
  • Option 2: Your business e-mail.

Once you fill out the form, you will receive an email for verification. Click on the link in the email.

➜ Step 3: Write your review

It seems like a lot at first, but there are 4 main things: Title, Pros, Cons and bottom line.

  • Don't forget to fill all the ‘required’ fields
  • Try and fill many questions as possible from the satisfaction survey. That said, answering the optional questions helps users like yourself evaluate our platform better and make informed, data-driven decision regrating the product they want
  • Click on “NEXT” at the bottom, you're almost done!

 

➜ Step 4 (optional) : usage confirmation 

  • Login to your Finout account
  • Upload a screenshot of your account on Finout
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➜ Step 5: Click the submit!

but before that:

  • Review your grade
  • Ensure that the green lines are at the maximum
  • Make sure you are happy with what you wrote, you can stay anonymous, but people will see your review, even if not by name.
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