Thanks for clarifying. I’ve googled “Made to Order” and as an example McDonalds popped up: you can order a Burger from the Menu and add extra wishes like “no Cheese” etc, then a human person will assemble the Burger with the requested Customizations.
So I understood the “Made to Order” as pretty much what the user is wanting to do here. However, I guess the key word on Elements License page is “application”.
Thanks @alumnik for letting us know about the answer from support.
I have strong hope in Elements becoming a great ressource for Customization Services like yours, in the past we did struggle with the videohive one-time-use licenses and people not respecting those, i.e. making several jobs with just one license. An Elements subscription is basically the long needed multi-use license, as it offers you as much licenses as you register for no added costs.
Please don’t forget to register a new license on Elements for each customization you make. It only costs a few seconds, and this will make sure that the author of the item does get his revenue share from envato and will enable this author to further offer these items as well as new ones on Elements. (Besides that, if you don’t register a new license you basically use it without license for this new job, so don’t do that )