It’s been a long journey and a bumpy one at times, but I must admit that starting the year with such an accomplishment DOES feel amazing!
Thanks Envato for everything you’re doing well, keep up the good job and always keep working on your flaws, there’s still room for improvement as there is in all aspects of life ofc.
Thank you to all our clients, and a huge thank you to all of our collaborators.
Waiting patiently for my goodie pack…hopefully won’t be too long
I just received a 1 star review for the fact that the php.ini file had a max_upload_size too small for the theme. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ANY THEME IN THE WORLD! Really you must help us, especially when the requests are silly.
Really, you have to let us challenge stupid reviews and you need to offer us some clear contact information of the clients, like personal mobile phones. I know this can backfire, but at least upon request something must happen.
I just received a 1 star review for the fact that the php.ini file had a max_upload_size too small for the theme. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ANY THEME IN THE WORLD! Really you must help us, especially when the requests are stupid.
I’ve received plenty stupid ratings in the past claiming ridiculous stuff but this is really over the moon!
YOU NEED TO DO SOMETHING!
I’m not 100% sure I understood things right, but if I have, then you are all worrying too much because the only thing that is going to happen is that buyers will pay more, and Envato will pay the VAT. So everything is just the same for authors as far as I am concerned.
I’m curious to see what this is about, what’s the name of this item? They’re definitely not allowed to delete a simple name.
Slower review process = Better homepage exposure…
So, I’m glad if it’s going slow these daysCheers,
If you guys want second day reviews you really deserve for Envato to speed up things for a while so you can see the true meaning of staying on the homepage 24 hours or less. It happened to me before and the result was extremely poor. So I guess all I can say is be careful what you wish for.
I think we should definitely militate to Envato and most importantly, Collis, to introduce a better option to stop selling an item than simply “removing it”.
Authors who have been around for long enough and have launched plenty of items all think at a certain point “hmm, this item is really not bringing me justice anymore” because design trends change a lot and stuff just starts looking bad, not even old.
At the moment the only way to get rid of the item is to delete it, but then customers start contacting you worried that their item is no longer supported / updateable, etc etc etc and getting angry. This hurts your credibility and I think it also hurts Envato’s.
We must have an option to (permanently) disable an item from selling. Meaning that clients can find the item online, get support and even download updates, but no new clients can buy it and the items go from the “portfolio” tab of your profile, to a “non purchaseable items” tab. (not the best name I know).