I'm making a details page of a rating system, where one rates from 1 to 5 in multiple metrics and the global rating is the average. However, not all metrics are mandatory, be N/A or not wanting to force user to review all.
I'm trying to represent the "First time" scenario where ratings aren't available yet. For global rating, 0 "reviews" seems fine, but I don't know what to do for each metric.
The picture below is the display of the rating averages of users' input, by each metric, which is displayed in the bottom of the page. But after making it, I think this can be interpreted as "no value available" or the ratings being 0 (which is not allowed).
I though the following ways to represent 0 rating:
- N/A - But doesn't a list of N/A seems negative?
- Don't display it?
- Small label above reaffirming that no rating is available yet?
- A transparent div hovering it to reaffirm that no rating is available yet?
Are any of the previous easy to interpret? What is your suggestion?
Edit Each rating has a tooltip informing in how many reviews it has been classified. Like "4/10 reviews".