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toptemplates says

Hi!

Is anyone going to approve files soon, because I want to get them approved before the 30th so they are included in the competition….

Thanks

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kailoon Envato team says

Sure, we are here waiting for the files :)

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hagdesigns says

they can be approved after the due date, they just need to be uploaded.

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JeffreyWay says

Other than one or two themes, our submission box is clear. But as long as you submit your theme before the due date (and it is accepted), you don’t need to worry. :)

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kailoon Envato team says

Woo.. the queue is empty :P where is others ? heheh…come come…

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emfeha says

This is offtopic, but it is something about approving :) I uploded one theme today, and it is not showing in my portfolio (and it’s not in queue). I was wondering how can I check if it is rejected. Is there some info about that or some kind of message?

Thanks, Milan

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purethemes says

yes, you should get e-mail with info why your file was rejected

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MarkBrodhuber Envato team says

Yep, if it gets approved or rejected you will get a confirmation email…But immediately after you upload your file you should be brought to a page that displays what position you are in the queue. Also if you click “upload” up top below your account info, it will also display the queue, if you uploaded a file and it hasnt been approved/rejected, and its not displaying its queue position, there is a good change your upload may have gotten messed up somehow, and you may just need to reupload it. But check your email for the approval/rejection message and the queue prior to uploading again.

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emfeha says

Just looked up in mail junk folder and it was there… :)

Thanks for help.

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plexdesigns says

Today have no templates approved, and I wonder why? Please let us know… Thanks :).

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