and it’s been more than 10 hours since the last item was updated while some authors went out in 5 hours. this is the problem, this is too much to handle for 2 reviewers only. I understood they’re hiring more, but the process can take weeks/months.
I don’t even want to imagine the christmas queue.
This is what really is a big mistery to me, why would they want to hide it from us since it wouldn’t harm anyone. We can’t contact buyers to ask them why they rated it 1* or do anything, but it would help possible new buyers to see the comments, when I buy something, if I see a 1* without a comment vs a 5* with a description, I definitely ignore the 1 star, most of us do this.
It would actually help the whole process, both the users and the authors.
Not really, a member may want to think more days and view more products before deciding. That takes hours, days. What matters is the first member that brought him to ThemeForest, he’s the one that should get the comission.
Plugin Even if, from my point of view, it’s useless. Of course, the info will be visible, but it won’t be used anywhere so it will be rather confusing than useful
As a new Wordpress developer, I’d like some help as well. Trying out Visual Composer atm and it seems amazing, if I buy an extended license I can include it in my themes, right?
Kind of, you’ll need to submit a form after you buy the extended license, to get written permission from the author
Thank you everyone for your answers!
It already got kicked out of the homepage, lol You can check its position in the Site Templates section, but in the general section, lots of other items were approved after yours.
Hello guys! I’m mostly focusing on niche themes which don’t require an advanced page builder, I got my hands on Aqua Page Builder and SiteOrigin which both look and work great.
I just got my hands on a very complex multipurpose theme that has multiple sections with different background image/color for each one. Neither Aqua or the SiteOrigin one don’t have this feature. I managed to hack a little bit the Aqua builder, but still didn’t get what I wanted.
I see this kind of multipurpose themes everyday on Envato, what do you guys use to do those layouts? Are you still using shortcodes? I am aware that there are authors that created their own builder, but the rest of them are using existing solutions.
Thanks a lot!
I think the best way would be to estimate the number of themes per day(let’s say there are 40 items approved in a day) and approve 2 each hour and not the way it is now(approve 30 themes within 2 hours and then don’t approve anything for 12 hours). Of course this is not the reviewers fault, it’s impossible to manage all this only by 2 reviewers. It would, of course, require more reviewers.
Obviously we can’t have the same exposure as we had months ago, but at least we’ll get almost the same exposure, all of us.
Will switch to this as well in the next couple of days!