Seeking Feedback and Advice on Rejected Script Submission

Hello fellow Codecanyon authors,

I hope this post finds you all well. I recently received a rejection for my script submission, titled “Prisma Tools - AI-powered toolbox, Text, Image, Chat, Code, Speech to Text.” I am reaching out to the community to seek your valuable feedback and advice on understanding the reasons behind the rejection.

I have put in extensive effort into developing this script, working on it for several months. It is an original creation with innovative features and functionalities. I have also invested significant time in creating comprehensive documentation, which can be found here: Documentation Link.

To ensure a seamless user experience, I have thoroughly tested the script and addressed any bugs or issues encountered during the development process. Additionally, I have set up a support channel for users to receive assistance and provide feedback: Support Online.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could take some time to review my script and provide your insights. Your expertise and perspective as fellow authors would be immensely valuable in helping me understand any potential areas for improvement.

If you could offer feedback on the rejected submission, I would be grateful. Specifically, I would like to know if there are any aspects I may have overlooked or if there are any suggestions to enhance the script’s quality and appeal to the Codecanyon marketplace.

For a better understanding of my project, you can also review the roadmap of the script here: Roadmap.

Thank you all in advance for your support and contributions. Your feedback will not only assist me in improving this script but also help me grow as a developer within the Codecanyon community.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions. Please feel free to reach out to me here or through the provided links.