ETR (estimated time for review)


posted on 11th of march, 2008

Some days after uploading some new photos I thought that it is not easy to respond for photo requests made in Dreamstime message boards.



Let´s say that one designer makes a new topic that he/she needs a photo. When I make the needed photo and upload it, it takes sometimes almost a week when photo is online. many things can happen during 5-7 days.



I think that maybe daily upload limit for all users should be smaller so that the waiting time would be day or two. Not long ago I remember the daily upload limit was 100 images per day.

Right now my upload limit is 25 images per day. I would be happy even when my limit was for example 10 images per day, but if the waiting time was twice as small as now.



I don´t want to be negative. I love Dreamstime and people who make this place great! It is just an idea.


Best wishes,
M.

One funny photo too...

Comments (4)

Posted by Markogt on March 27, 2008
I think that you can send this e-mail by Contact Dreamstime support form. I will try this soon when submitting next photo for photo request! I let you know how it works, when I have tried this!

Greetings M.
Posted by Yunxiang987 on March 27, 2008
mail? what is the email address?
Posted by Markogt on March 22, 2008
Thank you for good recommendation! I will try this next time when submitting for photo request.
Posted by Maigi on March 22, 2008
Marko, those images what are submitted as response for photo request get priority review if you send a mail to support, letting them know that your uploaded photo is response to photo request. Sometimes things are easier than we think... :)



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