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Flinzar
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What do you guys think about the idea that instead of our account being exclusive entirely, why not the choice of making each item exclusive/non-exclusive?

When a user uploads an item, they will get the option of either selecting that they will only sell that item in this market or the option of selling that item elsewhere too…and based on the option, they will receive that percentage of sale generated from that item.

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joiaco
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At the moment people are doing that by opening 2 accounts, one for each type of item. I wish i had the time to make and manage that much, but i don’t.

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kaixer
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What do you guys think about the idea that instead of our account being exclusive entirely, why not the choice of making each item exclusive/non-exclusive? When a user uploads an item, they will get the option of either selecting that they will only sell that item in this market or the option of selling that item elsewhere too…and based on the option, they will receive that percentage of sale generated from that item.

+1.

I just open new account for non-exclusive. Hard to manage 2 accounts at the same time, over the first few weeks I think it will be difficult but then I’ll probably get used to it.

Please Envato. :grin:

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Flinzar
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This would help many authors a lot! Please!

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TanyDi
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+ 1 :)

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Pricop
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Definitely a good idea.

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SoundFix
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I think that would be a good thing to implement, the only problem would be moving the tracks over with sales stats into one account (if you have two separate already)

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ZozoUI
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Excellent idea.

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Flinzar
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Any staff please reply? Is it ever going to be implemented?

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caneration
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Yes it is a good way to create 2 account but the problem is why user have to seperate his portfolio in two pieces (portfolio items, badges, followers etc.) Having exclusive & non-exclusive selection would be best for stock photographers and non-ex users.

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