I like the idea of being able to see how active a seller is but the way it is implemented is bad. Most buyers will not understand that it is the last 60 days and will assume it is overall. If the 60 day count was shown on hovering, rather than the other way around I would have no issue with this and I think I might even have asked for something like this in the past.
Essentially what has happened is people’s history has been wiped. Sounds fair in a way because everyone is affected the same, but in reality it isn’t. What I find interesting is that it seems the most important factor in being a Pro (and TRS) is that you must prove yourself with a good track record yet the change makes the history of all other sellers seem unimportant.
At the same time, Fiverr keep promoting Jan as “the Apple Logo guy” but that was a lot longer than 60 days ago. I wonder what he has done in the last 60 days? And Wyclef too - great performer and artist etc but in the last 2 months I have not heard anything new. Yes, I know this is stretching the point a little but the main point is that it seems like a good idea but bad implementation especially for those who do high value, low volume orders or have repeat clients who do not review any more. All elements which Fiverr seem to value highly and push us to do.