You can read the official announcement on our new faceted search below:
There’s also a forum thread too if you would like to leave feedback.
But to answer your question directly if I understand it correctly, yes, there’s now an option to search for items based on last day, week, month, year, and all time. This is a great way to find fresh items! Hope this is what you were looking for.
Who creates these videos? I want to create a short video about my team from Moldova. All videos are in the same style.. Videos are created by authors?
Hi CRIK0VA! Our very own Josh Janssen and Naysan Naraqi are responsible for the videos. They travelled the world earlier this summer just to meet some of the incredible people and hear some of the amazing stories from our community members. If ever we do this again maybe they can come and visit you?
Wanted to play with the Envato logo…
Wow, very clever, Chris… Not just the Envato logo you’re playing with there I see… Also, nice to know you can always become an illustrator if the Web design career doesn’t work out, some mad skills to pay the bills right there, great job!
scottwills saidOouups! I noticed this after I posted my drawings! Sorry for the scary pics! I think they do not belong in the PG-13 category!
Each illustration can be fun, colorful, dark or haunting. But please keep in mind that we’re a PG-13 rated site so nothing too scary or gruesome – we don’t want to give anyone nightmares!
Hi Allen! No, you’re totally good, your images are within our boundaries. What a talented artist you are by the way! I must say though, old images from 1992 are bending the rules a little bit if you don’t mind me saying, it should be new images only, please. We have some authors here who were not even born by 1992! Go on, show us what creepy creatures are lurking in your imagination today, would love to see them. Good luck!
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Hi Dzoser! Good job with the still-life drawing! Don’t forget that we’re specifically looking for little monsters and Halloween creatures. Please feel free to create and post one if you come up with one and I’ll help update your original post with your new image. Thanks for understanding!
WOW! Just like EladChai said, how many authors will be jealous with toless who get a complete explanation from reviewer
Hi iluzie! Just for the record, I’m not a reviewer but I used to be. Fun times! I just felt compelled on this occasion to try and help a fellow author here and my love for design doesn’t hurt either. I really liked toless’s attitude though: He admits he has some growth to do and it sounds like he’s willing to learn in order to improve. Half the battle (in life, as well as with creative design) is often simply admitting that we need help or more training. Notice how he wasn’t complaining, he was merely seeking help. Sounds like a great attitude to me.
My main point in responding however is that as a community we can all help one another. This is largely, if not entirely, why we have the Item Discussion category in our forums. There are so many people here willing to help one another, we’re really fortunate to have such talented and generous community members willing to help one another. Whether authors are here for the first time, have just had their first item rejected, or whether you’re a seasoned author and need to figure out why your latest item has been soft rejected, the Item Discussion section is a great opportunity to collaborate in an open, honest, but professional and encouraging manner.
But in order to be a success as a community, we could/should all think about “giving” and not just “taking”. What I simply mean by that is, if everyone just waited for someone else to help someone, no-one would ever get any help. We can all help one another in more ways than we know. On our best days, the Envato Market community here is more than “community”, it often feels like family. That’s pretty powerful whenever that happens.
That’s the theory of course, it’s up to all of us as part of this community to make it happen. Maybe we’re just asking the wrong questions? Instead of “What can I get out of this…”, maybe we should all be asking ourselves, “What can I do to help?”
Post your rejected items if you haven’t already, hopefully your fellow authors can help with constructive feedback? Good luck either way and never give up!
Hello pRocrea8! Alenn is correct (thanks, Alenn!) – if you see a price discrepancy, simply open a support ticket, include link(s) to the items you think are incorrectly priced, and we’re always glad to take a look. Here’s a couple of great articles with more info, hope this helps!