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osky says

in these 2 years, I realized many design,,, flyers ,,,,,and I have not uploaded these designs,,, about 60 flyers what should I do? upload all in 6 days,,, 10 per day or upload one each day

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TanyDi says

I think it’s better to upload one each day…..then everyday you’ll be on the new items wall :)

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contrastblack Envato team says

I’d kindly ask you to keep it civil. The question is a good one, and it shows a sincere intention of improvement.

Furthermore, as I’m sure you know, calling out Staff members or Authors on the forums is not allowed (which is what would perfectly describe your last post CodeStudios). While I’m sure you only meant to offer sincere feedback, doing it on the tone you’ve chosen can be detrimental to the Author you’re targetting.

That being said… carry on :)

If you want my personal opinion osky, I’d say take it slow, keep a good written file on which of your projects you’ve updated, and within 1-2 months you should have had the chance to improve at least a half of them.

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EmilGuseinov says

If you want my personal opinion osky, I’d say take it slow, keep a good written file on which of your projects you’ve updated, and within 1-2 months you should have had the chance to improve at least a half of them.

100% agree with this opinion

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gbs says

Yes, just take it slowly mate. Spend more time on self-reviewing it rather than wasting time on soft-rejects. :)

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sgcanturk says

If you think 1 item take 10 days review time, its mean 600 days test your patient limits bro…

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Simanto says

If you think 1 item take 10 days review time, its mean 600 days test your patient limits bro…

ha ha ha 600 days almost 2 years. I would like to see the dashboard man

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gbs says

If you think 1 item take 10 days review time, its mean 600 days test your patient limits bro…

Nah you’re wrong, it would take more than 15 days without any soft rejection, which would sum the total up to nearly 3 years :D

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enFusionThemes says


If you think 1 item take 10 days review time, its mean 600 days test your patient limits bro…
Nah you’re wrong, it would take more than 15 days without any soft rejection, which would sum the total up to nearly 3 years :D

With the current review time, it will take 4 years :)

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ToivoMedia says



If you think 1 item take 10 days review time, its mean 600 days test your patient limits bro…
Nah you’re wrong, it would take more than 15 days without any soft rejection, which would sum the total up to nearly 3 years :D
With the current review time, it will take 4 years :)

You know you don’t have to wait for one item to be approved before you upload the next one, right? ;)

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