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studioJs says

Hi,

I am totally new here, had my first files approved (and a first one sold some minutes ago … cheers photodune :) ) . But what I can’t find are the file numbers of my approved files what would be quiet important for me as the numbers help keeping my statistics up to date. Could anyone tell me where I can find the file numbers?

Kind regards Jochen

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KingDog Envato team says

Are you looking for the file’s number or the number of files you have approved? It’s hard to tell :)

When you click on you photo’s you’ll notice each has been assigned a unique number. For example – http://photodune.net/item/corn-field/1129874 here your item number is 1129874.

If you’re looking for how many files you have approved, you can click on your user name in the top right and choose Portfolio. This will contain all your current items.

Hope that helps.

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studioJs says

Thanks for your quick answer KingDog and sorry for my English. Actually it was the file’s number I couldn’t find. Your answer helped a lot. Cheers :)

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