Yeah, I’ve noticed it too, a few days ago, when some of my sfx got accepted. I was (positively) surprised. Congrats!
Very good! Bravo!
There’s something weird – items submitted 20 hours ago have 60% on progress bar, submitted 3-4 days ago 30-40%. The same media type
I’ve noticed this glitch as well. But as it was mentioned many times so far, progress bars are mainly a cosmetic thing, not at all precise. They should not be used for granted.
Well done, Luca! Welcome to the Silver club
Regarding the new search system, I think we should wait and see. Especially because it’s still work in progress, it’s not a definitive thing, or at least that’s the impression I got from Michelle’s posts. If nothing, we are yet to see advanced search options (like the ones we saw a few years ago on a screenshot provided by Scott Wills). That can also change the way buyers find our items.
I think you’re right, Dejan, the article may not be telling the entire story, but I’m sure it was not intentional, but even if the full history is not included, Cyan has been involved with the watermark since the very beginning. Either way, I’ll let Josh know, the writer of the article, just so he’s aware, thanks for mentioning it, Dejan!...
Thanks for the AJ history lesson, Scott. I didn’t know all that
Btw, after reading my previous post again, I realized that my wording might’ve sounded kinda harsh. It wasn’t my intention. I didn’t want to imply that some info was omitted intentionally, it’s just that I thought that some info about older versions of the watermark could’ve been an interesting addition to the article.
Sometimes I hate my English skills
Btw, the article seems to have some false/erraneous claims.
It says that the same watermark was in use since 5 years ago. However, I joined here 4 years ago and the old “Envato” watermark was still in use then. Only after some months it got changed to the “AudioJungle” watermark.
As far as I understood, there were great complications in the back-end. They were using three different search systems, it was all messy, etc. So, instead of making these visible tweaks for us, only to make them broken once they discontinued using all-but-one search system, they smartly decided to make everything work as smooth as possible in the back-end (things we don’t see, hence feel like nothing has been changed), and once they do that, they’ll progress with adding advanced search options like illustrated in that image.
I hope I understood it right
I never had the habit to drink coffee regularly. But since a few months ago, I got “addicted” to nes-frappe (made with instant coffee). It’s that thing when you whip instant coffee with some sugar and a little bit of water to make foam, in which you then pour milk.
However, the most common coffee variety here (at least variety drunk at home) is the regular/traditional one, which we call “Turkish coffee”. Something like this: