Can't rate model or profile

If I start another print job before rating the previous print, the option disappears? I can go into print history but there doesn’t seem to be a way to rate the model (from the webpage or app). If there’s multiple pieces that need printing to complete the model I should be able to rate it after completing all of them so I can upload a picture along with the star rating.
Also, just because I believe strongly about it, you shouldn’t be able to rate someone’s profile, only the model design.

There’s a rating tab here:

Or in the app there is a purple ratings ‘folder’ under ‘me’.

I think you’re spot on about splitting out model vs profile ratings though. There are lots of times where it’s appropriate to have separate ratings for either.

Thank you, I found it in the app. It doesn’t appear to be possible from studio after you start another job. I raised this as a ticket, as I believe it’s a little counterintuitive to have it in the ratings folder under “me” and not available from the printing history tab.

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This doesn’t seem to be available for me. I disabled “Save my print history” option at makerworld dot com/en/u/settings, and I use my printer in LAN mode. I don’t know which of these two is impacting my ability to rate print profiles or models. :frowning:

Probably “Save my print history” is impacting it.

Both of them may affect this.
Currently, a print profile need to be printed before it’s rated.
If it is printed via LAN mode, or without “Save my print history”, MakerWorld does not know the printing information.

Thanks for the confirmation. I enabled “Save my print history” while keeping “Save my print file” off and will report back if it helps.

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It is. No history, no rating.

I have history enabled but I mostly print in LAN mode and I can’t rate a model. I would like to rate a model not just a print profile. Some models only have rendered images, not real print images. Most of the time, it is because the printed model is far from the rendered image (especially for hueforge models), waste of time and material.

This speaks to the importance of having real photos of PRINTED model.

3D printing is different from 3D rendering. A rendered image can use whatever color and texture the renderer wishes to create something that 3D printing can’t deliver.

If I were Bambu Lab, I would go further to require that the cover image must be a real photo because it is what people first see. Having a render image as the cover image is misleading and has unfair advantages over a photo that shows the real world reality of a printed model.