The edit/update queue is pretty much cleared every 1 or 2 days now.. Your file was just updated too
I’ve seen, I just updated the description
Thank you so much, you guys are amazing
I’m new here so I want to understand how everything works…
Reviwers do a great job here, I have no doubts about that, I was just trying to understand if there was a problem, just because are almost 2 days that it is first
Yes, i’ve contacted support for the new file…
I wrote here for the edit queue… thanks for the answer
does anyone know how to check the status of the queue of an update made by the edit tab of the file page?
And does anyone know why my new file is first in queue but other files are jumping it?
Are 2+ days that it’s first in the queue, but nothing…
1 out of 70 1 out of 69 1 out of 68 1 out of 66
This is crazy…
I have a file that is first in queue but it still there and other files are approved and published before mine…
I contacted support… but I’m still waiting the reply.
Does anyone know why is this happening?
Sorry, I think I’ve posted in the wrong thread
Hi, I’m new here, and soon I’m going to upload some stuff… anyway in these days I’m reading a lot on this forum to understand how this community works and which are the major problems for the authors.
I realized that there are 3 main problems:
1: the rating system 2: bad and unjustified comments on the file page 3: the support requests
About the rating system I can say that I don’t understand why a file can be bad rated (1 -2 stars). If flashden reviewers apply quality rules before accepting a file it just make no sense for me. If a file pass this step it should be at least a 3 stars in my opinion, that means that the overall quality of the file is sufficient. It would make sense if buyers can rate the file through a choice of preformed judgments that can be:
1: sufficient 2: well done 3: excellent
So no more stars! If a buyer find something wrong in the file or something that can be against flashden quality rules he can report the file to the reviewers explaining which is the problem (no support for example is not a good reason to report a file, because support is not an obligation for authors).
About the unjustified bad comments on the file page I can say that most of them come from non buyer or other authors… this is just unfair. Comments should be only from buyers. No more comments like: “i don’t like it” or “it looks like triworks”, etc… Nobody need this kind of comments!
About the support requests I just can say that many authors are giving too much support, maybe because they have time to spend or maybe because in their countries us dollars have a big value… but this is just not the same for all the authors and, because support is not a rule, this is just an unfair mechanism that penalize some… so a solution can be what I wrote about the rating system.
My 2 cents
Ok, , more practically:
If solo1artist quit his blog all his traffic to flashden stops forever… which is the advantage of this for the authors?
You lose traffic to your file and sales just because what?
Make your own traffic with a blog to your files and make money with referrals… let solo1artist make traffic to your files and you’ll make money from the sales that he generates
your referrals earnings + sales + sales from solo1artist > your referrals earnings + sales
But in all truth I think it’s the emotional aspects of knowing that someone took your creation and is making money of it by promoting without the courtesy of letting you know that does feel a little off sometimes.. that’s the human nature part..
I disagree, I’m sorry… so you’re saying that all the links in the world wide web to a flashden file have to be managed by the author? This is crazy…
Ok, today there are 90000++ registered users here…. they are buying files here and they are buying also your files… maybe without referrals the registered users were 45000—... so 50% less sales for you…
we just need to thank people like solo1artist for promoting the community and making it bigger and bigger…
But this is my opinion, so…