Thanks for all your feedback and comments!
We just changed the default view of the page to show the current month, so that there are less clicks required to see this data.
We have also taken your other suggestions on board and will keep them in mind for future iterations.Cheers, Ronja
Nice improvement, thanks!
Looks good. It’s better to open the current month earning page by default when you open the earning page, something same as the:
Congrats, Tim-Tams are delicious.
Wish Envato can release an official app with push notification someday.
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Thanks Collis, it’s more clearly now. And thanks your purchasing.
With the new fee, does it mean author get a fixed price with a item now? For example, a item in $15, author will always get $15×0.7=$10.5 now?
Pretty cool, thanks for sharing.
justinfrench saidVacations still imply working against a schedule, and one of the reasons we are on the marketplaces, is answering support when we choose to, and working when we choose to! This system will imply that we will have to, as DS put it, become contractors for Envato. The best part about Envato is making our own work schedules!
I am a lone wolf, like many authors here. Say I want to take a longer vacation where I have no Internet access, or suppose I get seriously ill and am in the hospital. Things happen where people are unable to work, either by choice or by circumstance, and we should not be punished for that. I very rarely let a support issue go unanswered 24 hours during business days (Monday – Friday), let alone 48 or 72 hours, but I should not have to worry about the consequences if I am unable to provide support within a certain timeframe. These proposed changes severely limit the freedom that both buyers and sellers have come to enjoy.
We completely agree, and this is a huge part of making support sustainable for authors and clearer for buyers. As mentioned in Collis’ post, we are working on a system for vacations, illnesses, etc.We also recently released the author teams feature, which makes it possible for authors to share their support work out to other users (though we understand that some authors may not ever want to do this), and finally, we want to set an expectation with buyers that it can take a few days (rather than a few hours) to get a response due to time zones, weekends and other issues.
+1 here, and some buyers can not tell difference from customization to a free support.