For more information about the features on the recipe page, please see this article.
Why can’t I edit a recipe that has ratings and reviews without losing access to them?
When you save a recipe someone else created or imported into Whisk, edits you make are only reflected in your recipe box. Since the recipe has been altered, it is no longer the same as the recipe that was initially rated or reviewed. We’re considering different ways to display ratings and reviews across multiple versions of a recipe.
Why do I need to provide a name to complete a review?
We believe communities have the opportunity to be stronger when members have real identities, so we require users to name themselves before contributing recipes to communities. We’ve applied the same logic to reviews!
Where can I view recipes I’ve made/reviewed/rated?
There are multiple places to see reviews.
You can see your rating or review by tapping on a recipe in your recipe box. Your rating will be highlighted on the thumbs up/thumbs down icons at the top of the recipe, and you can scroll down to the Reviews section to see your review at the top of the review list.
You will see recipe reviews in the Home Feed for recipes you have saved in your Recipe Box and for recipes in Communities you have joined.
You can see all of your recipe reviews in your Profile or all of the recipe views of others in their Profile.
What are notes versus reviews?
Notes and reviews are basically the same feature, but allow you to provide a review, giving the Whisk community helpful information how you liked it, what you changed or would change, etc. You can also add notes to your previous reviews.
Can I edit the photo I added to my review
While you can edit reviews and change images, at this time you cannot edit the photo that was saved with your review. Photo editing skills available when adding a review are repositioning, changing the aspect ratio and rotating.