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gbs
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Yes, this should be made by default. People forget all the time so it’s better to keep them updated, automatically…

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harmonikas996
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I have also one question…

Can I ask Envato support for email address of potential buyer?

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I have also one question… Can I ask Envato support for email address of potential buyer?
Definitely no. They can’t share it. If somebody really interested he will be back to check your answer. But i agree some case it’s better to have checkbox marked by default.

Best regards, Andrey

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I have also one question… Can I ask Envato support for email address of potential buyer?
Definitely no. They can’t share it. If somebody really interested he will be back to check your answer. But i agree some case it’s better to have checkbox marked by default. Best regards, Andrey

Thank you Andrey, I was think that too, but I wans’t sure. :)

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KingDog
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While I’m not a UX designer, I would imagine that having any feature default to receiving email would be a no-no. You’d want the user to be actively part of the decision.

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While I’m not a UX designer, I would imagine that having any feature default to receiving email would be a no-no. You’d want the user to be actively part of the decision.

It’s maybe annoying, but only with Spam email I think. First time the buyer receives the email, he would open and checkout the link inside because it’s him who asked the question and wanted an answer. If he doesn’t want the email, he may find a link inside it helping him to Unsubscribe this function inside his Dashboard. This is how most services are doing. The important thing here, is letting the users know that THERE IS such feature provided.

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While I’m not a UX designer, I would imagine that having any feature default to receiving email would be a no-no. You’d want the user to be actively part of the decision.
It’s maybe annoying, but only with Spam email I think. First time the buyer receives the email, he would open and checkout the link inside because it’s him who asked the question and wanted an answer. If he doesn’t want the email, he may find a link inside it helping him to Unsubscribe this function inside his Dashboard. This is how most services are doing. The important thing here, is letting the users know that THERE IS such feature provided.

+1 Thank you!

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