I am also curious about this information.
urbazon saidI don’t think that’s possible. With the Envato API I can get the number of items for each marketplace, but I can’t know which item is from which marketplace. Unless I start doing some crazy stuff like parsing your portfolio page for each marketplace (and potentially each page of your portfolio), which slows things down dramatically. It just gets too complicated.
When I try to export my csv with all past sales, this is what I get (on Envato): “Your result set contains too many statement lines to be exported into a csv file. Please try to narrow down the selected date range.”
I guess I’ll have to use your app only for stats of past 12 months or so…EDIT: Is there any chance you could implement this feature: like it now shows total earnings per item, I’d like to see total earnings per marketplace, in current month and in the past 12 months, for example. It would mean a lot to us authors who sell on multiple Envato marketplaces.
I thought you were using the CSV statements (somehow? ) – they contain the information about the marketplace where the transaction happened.
well actually you can, use the Advance Search feature. ”+” sign under Statement Tab.
Thanks. But it lists the complete statement, without cumulative information about number of sales nor the earned value. I know I can export a csv statement and then calculate on my own in third-party software (like I’ve been doing for the past few months)... But, you see the fuss with it taking 10 minutes, instead of 2 clicks on the Earnings page…
Wouldn’t that be very useful for us authors who sell on more than one Envato marketplace?
On the Earnings page there could be “buttons” to access filters to show earnings and sales per marketplace, or all (like it’s now).
What do you think about this?
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I try to avoid any special character in filenames. Not just to prevent an error with envato’s upload form, using special characters in file names can introduce several errors on different OS and different languages. For example, I know that after effects gives you an error when there are some special characters somewhere in the filepath.
I am aware of the potential problems, but sometimes it slips, because of English language