I just saw that and thought it’d be interesting to share.
Most of my favorite games that I still play today were released back in the 90s.
Game’s like Thief: The Dark Project, Diablo 2, Heroes of Might and Magic 2, Die by the Sword, and others.
I finally have an item under Logos and Idents! I must have submitted at least 5 items in the last 3 months and all of them were rejected for various reasons.
The item is called Childhood Memories Logo. It’s the first item in my portfolio that is something other than a sound effect, and the first to enjoy Audiojungle’s new Licenses.
Persistence pays off, folks!
I think it would be a good idea to tell the buyers that they have x number of weeks or months to download the item, and till that time, regardless of whether the author leaves or not, the item for the guy who purchased it should stay there for that time period, because at the end of the day he paid for it.
That’s probably the best solution I’ve seen in this debate thus far.
This is exactly why I never remove my items once uploaded.
Envato has an FAQ site that answers a lot of common questions, but I think it also needs a sticky thread where people can visit to see if their questions have been answered previously.
The thread itself can display a list of URLs leading to the threads that contain the answers. This can help with a number of things:
1: Reduce the number of incoming support tickets that need an answer by the staff and help existing ones get taken care of more quickly.
2: The asker may not have to go through the process of submitting a ticket and waiting for an answer in the first place.
3: If enough people turn to the Non-FAQ thread every time they have a question to ask, it can reduce the number of “Help me, I have a problem” threads.
4: It allows Envato to focus more of their time and energy on their goals to grow and develop the marketplace, the website, and improve the user experience.
5: Less forum chaos.