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I'd like to view my reviews on Amazon.

Does anybody know how can do that?

How I can see all my reviews on Amazon?

Note: I have had to make this question a bit repetitive because the simple question of "I'd like to view my reviews on Amazon" with similar one or even two line body, gets flagged as "this question does not meet our quality standards"

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You can view your reviews from your profile

  • go to your profile by clicking on your name
  • click on Profile under Ordering and shopping preferences section
  • find the review you want to view
  • and view it, edit it or delete a review you wish
  • where is the link to my profile? – barlop Feb 23 at 4:10
  • ok I think I got it, I click on "hello.[name] your account] Then the word "profile" is under "Ordering and shopping preferences" – barlop Feb 23 at 4:11
  • the rest of your answer is clear. Can you add to your answer re how to get to the profile? – barlop Feb 23 at 4:12
  • @barlop done... – user0 Feb 23 at 4:15
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    Maybe your amazon is designed differently to mine. I click my name, then I don't "select" ordering and shopping preferences, it's not a link. After clicking my name I can do find-on-page, and I see the word "profile" appears as a link in a section called "ordering and shopping preferences" but that's just a section title not something to click or "select". Having clicked name, I click "profile"(which happens to be listed as a link under that section titled "ordering and shopping preferences"), and I see the reviews. – barlop Feb 23 at 4:37
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  1. Click on "Accounts and Lists" near the top right-hand corner
  2. Click "Your Account"
  3. Look at the "Ordering and Shopping Preferences" box and click on "Your Amazon Profile"
  4. Click on your review under "Community Activity"

Note: If there is nothing there, your review is still being processed

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Not seeing "ordering and shopping preferences" or "profile" after clicking on my name. Has this changed since the answer was posted?

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