Hi @Laborator, sorry for that! Like @Enabled said, it’s due to the large amount of sales, so the Envato API rate limit is exceeded. I’ll give it a look to see what I can do and may contact you back to test it.
Hi @_miko, sorry for the inconvenience. We are having some problems on the server side, hopefully we can fix it before the end of the week
ok I understand Thanks and good luck!
@AnderGoig Hello! I have this problem adding my account. It goes just fine but then stops at ‘sales’ right near the end and shows an exclamation mark. I tried re-installing, creating new API. Also tested on another two accounts and it works just fine, but this one - no.
Any solution to this? Thanks
Thanks! I get try it!
Can anyone confirm that App is working properly? Sales are not the same in the dashboard and App.
Hi @miseld, If you PM me with more details about it I could help you
Thanks, all sent
Hope you will soon develop 1 version on android. You should develop a fully functional premium version (and a free version with limited functionality, e.g noitification, widget …). If the app is available on the Play Store, I will definitely buy it
@AnderGoig, the app is moving incredibly slow if you have a lot of data inside it. May suggest the ability to load only “last years sales” rather than downloading so much data the app lags? Just a thought!
Thanks for your great app, we use it from the beginning but one area that we would like to see improvements is the multi-login area.
If more than one team member uses this app only one of them gets notifications with previews, others just receive notifications such as “You have one sale” but the item name is not specified also they are logged out from the account. So only the last device that is signed with the same Envato account receives notifications with the number of sales and the item name and also stays logged in.
If you would improve this and support multiple devices, it would be great. SaleBolt app already supports this option.
Thank you very much!
Thanks @Laborator, this has been on my to-do list for ages but it’s hard to find time to work on it. The main problem is that in order for this to work, AFAIK, with the actual auth flow, it would require me to store some sensitive data, like the authors’ access tokens, remotely and not just locally (like right now). That would imply some privacy concerns and I’m not sure how the users would react, so it would need to be handled properly with the corresponding security precautions. I might be wrong and maybe there’s some other way to do it, but that’s the only solution I see. To be honest, not sure how this app that you mention does it, it’s the first time I hear about it, but I would be careful.