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DokZayas says

Short and sweet, as it seems that we’re all in agreement here.

Loud and clear +1 for the dashboard.

-1 for multi-level user accounts.

Have a great Monday, everyone….. ugh… ;)

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wpbakery says

+100 for the facebook style dashboard

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damojo says

The dashboard idea sounds very convenient lookin forward to that :D

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michelsteege says

Just make a air dashboard with the api and you are done :)

Don’t like the premium accounts though why should someone who sold more be more important then a new user?

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Kriesi says

dahsboard sounds great, some statistical data drawn with a graphic would be great as well. like purchases, visits of users, referal sites, conversion rate etc =)

I am not asking for a full google analytics clone but at least some data would be great, so authors can improve their efforts to draw users to their items.

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rkquest says

To me, I just want a way to track my updates similar to upload tracking. Sometimes I tend to forget if I already submitted my update (seriously) and sometimes, I’m uploading a large file and the internet gets cut off. I would tell myself I’ll just reupload later but then forget.

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mikemcalister says
To me, I just want a way to track my updates similar to upload tracking. Sometimes I tend to forget if I already submitted my update (seriously) and sometimes, I’m uploading a large file and the internet gets cut off. I would tell myself I’ll just reupload later but then forget.

Yeah, upload/update tracking would be sweet via a dashboard!

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imaginem says

The Dashboard feature sounds good, including. Maybe the option to integrate Google Analytics to individual accounts by the user. <—wouldn’t that be great.

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thomas07 says

yeah, i am for it…Dashboard IN, Premium or other fun subscription types OUT .

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cdavidson says

same as everyone else +1 for dashboard.

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