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smudgethis says

Probably a simple yes or no will do for this one. I’m just curious to know if I could give my template the same name as a template by someone else that already exists on Videohive and vice versa.

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Videomaster says

Yes.

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doru says

I would say yes, even if probably the rules say no,

but when I’m creating a new project I’m looking to see if someone have something with the same name. Unfortunately with the search system we have is never clear so sorry if I named some of my templates as some of your files.

Not my fault

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InlifeThrill says

Yeah but why would you do that?

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3dbacks says

Yeah but why not to do that?

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smudgethis says

Personally I wouldn’t do it. It was more of a rhetorical question to find out if ‘one’ can.

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MotionRevolver Envato team says

Technically, yes, items can have the same names, but that doesn’t cover all situations. For example, we probably have dozens of projects called “Corporate Logo”, which is an extremely generic and nondescript title. So if you named your project “Corporate Logo”, chances are it wouldn’t cause any problems – other than the possibility of the project getting lost among the dozens of other projects with the same name.

However, if we already had a project on the marketplace with a very specific name such as “Munich Disko Dance Logo”, and someone uploads an item with that exact same name, there might be a violation there and we would probably ask the author to change the name to something else.

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AndrVlad says

Yes, i have several items with the same name as single word. Why would i put long different title with many other words or even numbers if search engine currently works very straight here. :-)

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InlifeThrill says

Yeah but why not to do that?

Cause it would imply lack of basic imagination?

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