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damojo says

Easy to do and makes sense :)

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PatrikL Reviewer says

I like this idea! +1 from me as well :)

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fifty_tons says

-1 because it’s not true :D

My latest file got approved after about 18 hours, even though the queue was huge. So it seems that files can be skipped somehow and it’s not mandatory to stay for 3-5 days to get your file reviewed.

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ibib says
-1 because it’s not true :D My latest file got approved after about 18 hours, even though the queue was huge. So it seems that files can be skipped somehow and it’s not mandatory to stay for 3-5 days to get your file reviewed.

I think the main idea was that the user will be notified about the maximum time an item will be in queue. Of course it can be reviewed in a couple of hours.

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HopperCat says
-1 because it’s not true :D My latest file got approved after about 18 hours, even though the queue was huge. So it seems that files can be skipped somehow and it’s not mandatory to stay for 3-5 days to get your file reviewed.
I think the main idea was that the user will be notified about the maximum time an item will be in queue. Of course it can be reviewed in a couple of hours.

Well its not the maximum either.. One of my project files got stuck in the render queue for 8 days :P ..

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-1 because it’s not true :D My latest file got approved after about 18 hours, even though the queue was huge. So it seems that files can be skipped somehow and it’s not mandatory to stay for 3-5 days to get your file reviewed.

Noi suntem mai speciali / We’re just special :D

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ibib says

I doesn’t matter the shorter period for reviewing the item. The thing was that it could be specified the longer time for reviewing process – 5,10, 1 month – it doesn’t matter. One of my file was 8 days in queue – a layer style.

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Daniel_R says
As ibib said in his post (http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/4-days-ago-p-queue/17919)

there are way too many threads about waiting time, the queue in general and so on. Wouldn’t it be easy to tell the user after upload that it may take 3-5 days till an item is approved? I mean this would probably answer a lot of these questions that cone up by new authors?!

Btw: compared to other mraketplaces envato is doing fairly good…

cheers
+1 :p

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Mastergreed says

Let’s not put any pre-defined number of days, instead, let’s just put a nice slogan “when it’s done” and we’re done :P

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