Makes sense. Thanks for the input, really appreciate it !
I was wondering if adding contextual help tab in admin area is sufficient for wordpress plugin documentation? Or do we need to provide a separate help file?
Been using it since it launched. Absolutely love it! The only down-side that’s come-about in recent times is the UI getting a little slow, but the awesome team of developers are already working on resolving this.
Any official explanation on this feature would be great, because i too am confused how it works.
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.
I was about to post the same; mine has been in queue for 13 days now! I sent out an email to support via the contact form on the site, but didn’t get any confirmation or reply as of yet.
Ah I’ve been wanting one for years! I have lots of work I’d love to showcase there.
I see that most of the bundles come from TF and GR. Why does envato not include items from all the marketplaces in all the bundles? The lesser popular marketplaces need more exposure, hello?!
I’ve been having these issues since ages and I’ve reported similar issues too: here, here and here. It’s probably because the scripts are being loaded on-demand which makes features like the “reply” button, “more information” link on the ratings, “sort by” filter etc. unusable for a few seconds.
@bensmithett .. you’re probably not seeing these issues because you might be on a fast internet connection comparatively. try it on a bit slower internet; i get about 200-300 kbs download speed. hope that helps.
@kdubdent .. i think envato needs to improve the current homepage, go back to its roots in prioritizing the community and stop commercializing the marketplaces by bringing in top companies with established products and giving them more profits and incentives than an average author. You are forgetting that those are companies with capital and more man-power, and most of us here are individuals. True, they may bring in some traffic, but it’s a bad trade-off when most of your authors are overshadowed by their already established products.
Anyway, more companies like envato are emerging, building on envato’s successful principles and taking the game further by offering no-exclusivity lock-down and better profits on sales. I think envato needs to stay ahead of the game by offering such incentives too. Like 50% profit on sales is too low for the amount of effort all the authors put in and then we offer free premium support too. Kindly consider increasing the percentage a bit as almost all marketplaces are beginning to offer much more. I love it here, and would like to see this community stay and be ahead of the competition. And who knows, with all these new features, incentives and updates, we may see more quality products which would attract more buyers.