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Assume that my order completion is 85% on evaluation day.For the first 60 days after the evaluation day, I completed 10 orders and no order cancellations.Then will my order completion become 100% ???(because of no order cancellations in last 60 days)

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Evaluation is every 30 days but takes into account the last 60 days, therefore, there are always 30 days that overlap between each evaluation period (last 30 days of the previous evaluation + new 30 days of the next evaluation). Being so, if you had any cancellations during the last 34 to 36 days, they’ll be taken into account for this next evaluation date.

Sorry to quote myself but please take a look at this topic, maybe you’ll find it useful

This will be the last topic of the series. Thanks to everyone for having had me patience and, most of all, having taken the time to share your thoughts with me. A few months ago, trying to help a forum friend on another thread, I wrote a comment about quickly estimating how many orders would be needed to raise the Order Completion Rate (OCR), therefore, many will find content similarities, for I used much of what, in a hurry, I wrote back then. However, this post addresses those details that we…
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Fiverr’s performance metrics are currently on a 60-day format. If something was registered to your stats more than 60 days ago, it will no longer be counted in those last-60-days metrics.

very clear answer! Thank you.

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Evaluation is every 30 days but takes into account the last 60 days, therefore, there are always 30 days that overlap between each evaluation period (last 30 days of the previous evaluation + new 30 days of the next evaluation). Being so, if you had any cancellations during the last 34 to 36 days, they’ll be taken into account for this next evaluation date.

Sorry to quote myself but please take a look at this topic, maybe you’ll find it useful

This will be the last topic of the series. Thanks to everyone for having had me patience and, most of all, having taken the time to share your thoughts with me. A few months ago, trying to help a forum friend on another thread, I wrote a comment about quickly estimating how many orders would be needed to raise the Order Completion Rate (OCR), therefore, many will find content similarities, for I used much of what, in a hurry, I wrote back then. However, this post addresses those details that we…

Thank you so much! Very useful.

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Order completed is calculated on a percentage basis.

Take, for example; you completed 9 out of 10 order and canceled 1.

Calculation 9÷10×100=90%

You completed 6 out of 11 and canceled 5

6÷11×100=55%

Try to calculate and reply.

Note the above apply to 60 days order only. E.g., order completed from March 24 to the past 60 days.

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