Hi, I’ve recently created a tool that allows me to track Envato sales, compare items performance, get notified via email whenever one or more items have been sold and so on. So now I’ve decided to share this tool with all interested authors. For free, of course!.
This tool is still in beta, so there might be some bugs We encourage you to send me feedback about usage, feature requests or anything else you would like to suggest in order to create a useful tool together.
If you are afraid that your data will be saved on my server.. you are right! But this is the only way I’ve found to manage all data at the same time, because Envato API allows you to get only the last 100 sales. So this tool allows you to upload your past statements CSVs. If you don’t like it.. well.. don’t use this tool.http://enstats.megalocode.com/
Have you an idea on how to solve this? I found it very useful for me and I would like to share with others. But I can understand why authors could be afraid. If you have any suggestions I’ll be grateful. One way should be letting authors download the tool and install it on their server. But it requires cron jobs and you can use it on all servers.
Looks tasty! Will check it later
BTW: I think that most of experienced authors wouldn’t have any problems with installing it on their servers, including cron config. Just my $0.05
Put it on GitHub.
People don’t want to input sensitive data on external sites.
I want to try it but have a question – Can I use it with Firefox or this is desktop app ?
Thanks for this app, we just sign up, Let’s test it
Thanks Clone UI, github is a good suggestion. Anyway this tool doesn’t require your envato password, you can choose one new. The only envato information that are required are your username and the api key. To TanyDi2: yes, you can use it with your browser.
Thanks to all