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surjithctly
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Hi,

I’m making assumptions on TF Review Queue Screen since I uploaded my first item.

Is there any reviewers around here to share us with the Review Queue screens, That would be Great!! (May be with masking sensitive info)

And also helpful for other authors also.

What do you think?

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Me too curious to see that, would like to see where is my wp theme in the queue from last 5 days :)

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imithemes
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:) My figure is just like this

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theAlThemist
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Curious? Yes!

Helpful? Don’t think so! Which possible way?

No offense, but I really don’t think that would be of any help to anybody. There are only two options – either your item is good enough to pass through the review process or not.

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Ha ha.. So.. true…. :-)

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surjithctly
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Curious? Yes!

Helpful? Don’t think so! Which possible way?

No offense, but I really don’t think that would be of any help to anybody. There are only two options – either your item is good enough to pass through the review process or not.

I just meant, we can just stop assumptions :-)

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Me too curious to see that, would like to see where is my wp theme in the queue from last 5 days :)

Ohh.. 5 days…. And how’s the meter looks like?

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Me too curious to see that, would like to see where is my wp theme in the queue from last 5 days :)
Ohh.. 5 days…. And how’s the meter looks like?

at 82% right now.

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uziiuzair
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Curious? Yes!

Helpful? Don’t think so! Which possible way?

No offense, but I really don’t think that would be of any help to anybody. There are only two options – either your item is good enough to pass through the review process or not.

I agree, there is nothing helpful about seeing that screen.
But yes, I too am curious about what the workplace and admin screen would look like.

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