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Musicnote says

I think it would benefit both authors and buyers. I was recently checking out some tunes on an account only to find they had another account with a lot more tunes on it that I didn’t notice the first few times I was there. I have been considering making another account but really don’t want to as it is just another thing to have to tend to on the net. Having 2 accounts just confuses things for everyone…

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UJ-pro says

Hi fellows,

the thread is 1 year old but still very interesting. I only read the Intro of TimMcMorris.

When I came to AJ in January I wasn’t able to read and understand all rules.

Because of that I thought I will be able to choose the N.E. or E. for each item anyway. :-)

For me that’s a very good idea and I can’t see any reason to not realize it.

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JohnRosso says

I guess this thread should come alive!

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EuphoriaAudio says

+1

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MSFX Moderator says

I agree :) +1

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PremiumLayers says

+1

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wptitans says

+1000

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Music2Sync says

big fat +1

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dekurvajo says

+ 1 +

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candeed says

With how many of our authors work with different mediums and crossover to other Marketplaces, it does make a lot of sense.

I agree with you Tim. It sure would be a useful feature and as Travis says, it does makes a lot of sense. This is something I’d personally would love to see introduced in the future :)

Just an idea, maybe this can be smoothly done by applying account holder and shop(s) roles.

Account holder is the administrator of his/her shop(s).

One Envato ‘account holder’ can open and manage more than 1 shop (with diferrent exclusivity setting).

Maybe it’s like Facebook which allows one personal account has more than one fanpage.

(We can also set two shops across the marketplace… e.g. one shop for TF and one shop for Audiojungle).

:grin:

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