Can someone explain this section in the License Term

“You can’t use an Item in any application allowing an end user to customize a digital or physical product to their specific needs, such as an “on demand”, “made to order” or “build it yourself” application.”

Can someone give an example of an existing “On Demand”, “Made to Order”, or “Built it Yourself” application? Because I’m not sure what this applies to and would like some real example.

For example, you can’t purchase a logo and use it on a t-shirt or on an application that allows you to build your own design ( mobile/web )

It’d be easier to help you if you tell us what your purpose is.

There are already concrete examples mentioned eg:

Examples of “on demand”, “made to order” or “build it yourself” applications: website builders, “create your own” slideshow apps, and e-card generators. You will need one license for each product created by a customer

Example one: Slideshow apps
You cannot buy a javascript slider/slideshow app from codecanyon, create an application that allows customers to create their own custom slideshow and place it on their website. When you do this, you are giving away the application you purchased. Instead, each of your customers will have to buy a license for the slideshow from the original author.

Example two: e-card generator
You have an online e-card generator. You cannot purchase a bunch of beautiful images from photodune and allow your customers to generate greeting cards with those images and walk away with it. Each of those customers will have to buy a license from the original author for each image used in the greeting card.

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Does this apply to something like Notion?, from the comment below it doesn’t sound like it but can’t hurt to be extra careful.

From which marketplace?

I’m using envato element, hoping to get some photos and icons to design my commercial Notion template.

You can get the items from Elements to be used on the end-product ( Notion template )

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