@Aaran: We’ve not yet determined a set date but we’ll roll out news every friday with updates and an estimated ETA on when we think it’ll be in BETA. First newsletter goes out on friday to everyone who’s signed up, with our current progress and a couple of screenshots of the interface.
@Enabled: As Tiago explained before:
While the Envato API does not return those values easily (as it should), it is possible to grab the statement which lists the item descriptions, then store each item on our DB. Then we query your statement from time to time (or on your command) and update our records, therefore updating the sales / file / month.
Not a pretty solution, but it works.
To give a short explanation: We’ll get a major headache by doing it this way but it’ll be worth it in the end Haha!
Amazing response so far, really exciting to see so many fellow authors find our app useful and signing up
@Typps: We too have felt this a long time and figured last month that we’d do something about it. I actually just read your post, haven’t seen it before I’m afraid, but we agree with the lack of features for fair splitting and it do seem that Splitr is what you have been waiting for
@Rameau: You will have to wait and see
@Everyone: Thank you guys, you are amazing!
Sidenote: If anyone have any questions about Splitr and it’s features, feel free to ask them and we’ll respond as soon as we possibly can.