I do a lot of this development/data sci work in my 9-5 job, so this really peeves me off. It’s sloppy work on their part to have an incentive-based metric that wasn’t fully tested before implementation. I sent them a message. We’ll see what comes of it.
You have some bad coding in the Host’s “Progress” section that’s returning inaccurate 0% review rates for the period ending Sep 30, 2018. My review rate for the period ending June 30 is 85%, so even if you counted all the upcoming stays as “unreviewed” your number is still wrong.
I wouldn’t care about the metric except that, based on this bad calculation, you’re giving hosts a warning they’re falling behind on metrics for the next SuperHost assessment (Oct 1).
I’m not the only host experiencing this. Other hosts on the forums are seeing the same.
Please fix it and implement some standards in your development/release protocols so you check your work before implementing. It’s ridiculous that I can manage this as a data scientist at a small rural hospital on a shoestring budget and you can’t do it as a $30 BILLION dollar company.