So as things move along it’s really upsetting to see that you are in position 100 of 100.
Then you realize, ooops, I forget something in the Text Description.
So you upload again, after having to delete the previous version.
Only to see that you are now 120 out of 120.
It sure would be nice to have an item keep it’s position (100) and still allow authors to make minor changes to the files or descriptions submitted.
Any minor, but still important change could make the difference (I feel) to make sure that the item is described correctly – and the images associated with it are correct.
Is it possible to have something like this.
You Upload – get your QUEUE POSITION – but can still make minor – or major updated prior to the Review?
EDIT :This may have been brought up before – but I haven’t seen it.
I’m not sure if it’s a good idea to be able to make edits to a submission.
The only negative I can think of “queue position grabbing” or whatever you want to call it, where an author might see there is a lengthy queue, and so they don’t have to wait 3, 4, 5, 6? days for approval, they could simply upload temporary files to get a position in the queue, and then actually create the real files to replace the temporary files when it gets near the front of the queue. They’ll have a few days to get the files ready, upload the replacements, then it’s approved the next day!
Would other authors think that’s fair? Personally it wouldn’t bother me — they still have to be in the queue for the same length of time, and at the end of the day they have to have content worthy of approval. So perhaps it’s not a negative after all??
The other thing is people could hog the queue with ‘placeholder’ items. IF they reach the front of the queue without actually getting to replace them with real files they just get rejected. Kind of like having your foot in the door just in case they have an item to upload, but at the same time taking a place away from another user’s legitimate item.
Having said all that, it certainly would be beneficial to be able to make edits!
I was thinking about this before…. I agree with you both… 40% with Graphic-Studio and 60% with cspcreative.