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musicguy says

I think more reviewers would be better solution then not showing the real numbers. Besides that numbers was accurate therefore waiting was more “exciting” in its way.

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dorde says
Kopyov said
Nice, but i think would be better if you add # in queue in addition to new progress bar

I agree. Maybe just a little info on rollover. Now we can see only % in code. If my item is at 50% I don’t know if I’m 50th of 100 or 500th of 1000.
Ok I know that VH items are always reviewed in max 4 days depending of weekend and nubmer of items, but Im missing number of my position in the queue. :(

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revaxarts says
dorde said
Kopyov said
Nice, but i think would be better if you add # in queue in addition to new progress bar
I agree. Maybe just a little info on rollover. Now we can see only % in code. If my item is at 50% I don’t know if I’m 50th of 100 or 500th of 1000.
Ok I know that VH items are always reviewed in max 4 days depending of weekend and nubmer of items, but Im missing number of my position in the queue. :(

+1 Yep I miss this too!

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JanAmit says
dorde said
Kopyov said
Nice, but i think would be better if you add # in queue in addition to new progress bar
I agree. Maybe just a little info on rollover. Now we can see only % in code. If my item is at 50% I don’t know if I’m 50th of 100 or 500th of 1000.
Ok I know that VH items are always reviewed in max 4 days depending of weekend and nubmer of items, but Im missing number of my position in the queue. :(

Yep, nice idea with posting a number near the colored strip of loading.

I guess, the majority of the authors would like to have a possibility of having all the exact information about the place in queue, the approximate time when the authors can upload the next item in aim to have an audio track on the first AudioJungle or VideoHive page as frequently as possible (in order to promote their items effectively!).

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BrianCoyDesign says
Thecodingdude said
I’m sorry, but I may be the only one who thinks this, but it looks ugly and out of place. It should match the theme of the current site (such as codecanyon, or themeforest) and not be as big. Other than that, it’s a good addition.

No you’re not the only one. It does graphically feel a little out of place. I do like that it shows how long an item has been in the queue so you can get a better idea of time it takes to get your items reviewed.

I would be great to be able to see an average submit to review time based on marketplace and the type of item being submitted. I think as an author it would be great to know.

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mudi says

I think this bar is not been reviewed aesthetically :p

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QuadraphonixAssociation says

Looks awesome! Thanks ;-)

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Giallo says
Thecodingdude said
I’m sorry, but I may be the only one who thinks this, but it looks ugly and out of place. It should match the theme of the current site (such as codecanyon, or themeforest) and not be as big. Other than that, it’s a good addition.

I agree. BTW the idea is sweet and also well realized. The weird colors are not a problem, only authors will view these panels

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studio_21 says

Great idea!

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survivor says

I must say, that I don’t like it.

What is the real point of changing it?

The progress bar isn’t moving smoothly, so it is confusing and telling nothing about the queue position or when it will be approved.

I liked the numbers, because I could see how many files are actually in the queue for the same category.

It seems like Envato doesn’t let us know how many files are in the total and category queue.

I like “transparent” partnerships, so I can’t be happy with this progress bar.

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