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GreenTreeLabs says

Hi,

I think it would be nice to sort the items based also on their performance, calculated by: sells/days (since publish date)

What do you think about it?

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AndrVlad says

We can do about the same as you asked for own items. sort by “Sales Avg.” sorting sales/month.

Do you want to sort not own items same way?

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Enabled Moderator says

Sort by radiation emitted when watching the screen… :|

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GreenTreeLabs says

Do you want to sort not own items same way?

I thought it could be interesting.

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LCweb says

Non ha senso (it doesn’t make sense)

specially in the first days many authors spread their product everywhere. That sorting would be 100% influenced by marketing power/capability of an author, is not an objective method.

I’d rather prefer a new page like the “popular files” but for items submitted in a restricted time lapse (maybe 2 weeks?). A sort of “popular new files”

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greenline says

Sort by radiation emitted when watching the screen… :|

I agree :D nice comment :) There is the popular files page for that, no need to complicate things

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Pricop says

Sort by radiation emitted when watching the screen… :|

Thanks :bigsmile:

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GreenTreeLabs says

I agree :D nice comment :) There is the popular files page for that,

Yes, except that it’s not what I proposed. Popular files are the most sold items, not the most performing. Don’t you see the difference?


no need to complicate things

As someone said about the wheel 10.000 years ago….

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StencilMedia says

Makes sense to me. If I’m looking to buy something then I’ll pop whatever I’m after in the search box and then sort by sales. I don’t have time to look at every result, so my reasoning is that if it’s got loads of sales then it’s going to be of a decent quality.

But then I’m missing out on recent stuff that could be amazing, but hasn’t had enough sales to be up there in the listings. I.e. some footage of a cat in a suit of armour with 1000 sales over two years is going to be much higher up in the list than a similar clip that’s had 100 sales, but over just a month.

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GreenTreeLabs says

Makes sense to me. If I’m looking to buy something then I’ll pop whatever I’m after in the search box and then sort by sales. I don’t have time to look at every result, so my reasoning is that if it’s got loads of sales then it’s going to be of a decent quality. But then I’m missing out on recent stuff that could be amazing, but hasn’t had enough sales to be up there in the listings. I.e. some footage of a cat in a suit of armour with 1000 sales over two years is going to be much higher up in the list than a similar clip that’s had 100 sales, but over just a month.

That’s exactly why it wuold be useful… thanks for the good resuming.

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