A rule against this can’t be imposed since you can’t (cough cough) really tell what the intentions of a post like this is. Obviously, first thing to mind to most authors is self advertising or spam, yet maybe some are just a friendly wish. but, anyway as a moderator I can tell you that if you report these comments on your items, we’ll gladly remove them for you. However, as an author, I dislike having 100 sales and 135 comments with GLWS and I report all of them and I understand the importance of keeping the comment section nice and tidy, and I keep support on my item page so it’s best practice for me to keep only information vital for buyers in my comment section.
I’ll leave this thread open although I have a feeling it’s going to catch fire pretty soon! Keep it friendly guys!
Just a quick note to say that the Community Superstar badge is now a permanent badge. It was originally intended as a temporary 30-day badge but as we look to tidy up some of the badges and add new ones in the future, it made more sense to make this a permanent badge. After all, those who earn it thoroughly deserve it! I know several of you had asked about doing this also.
I’ve gone back and made sure that everyone who has ever been awarded the Community Superstar badge since 2010 now has it in their ‘locker’. The Amazing Forum Superstar badge meanwhile will remain temporary so keep being awesome in the forums and the secret badge elves will reward you.If I’ve overlooked re-instating the Superstar badge to anyone, please let me know!
I just need 2 more badges and I’ll have just as many as you do Scott! Haha! Thanks for the new/old badge mate! Cheers!
Question for EU authors: are you using the invoices provided by Envato in your accounting or do you still account only for the withdrawn amount? My understanding of the law is that EU sees Envato as the supplier (not only for VAT purposes—at least I don’t see any reference in the law for being a supplier only for VAT purposes), so Envato needs to invoice the buyer and authors need to invoice Envato, yet we have these invoices that seem to contradict how EU sees things. Has anyone talked to the local tax office about this?
Yep! They’re all good! Consulted a specialist!