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Better contributor site - Adobe Stock vs Fotolia?

Adobe Stock
31 (26.7%)
Fotolia
85 (73.3%)

Total Members Voted: 114

Author Topic: Better contributor site - Adobe Stock vs Fotolia?  (Read 6720 times)

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« Reply #125 on: February 12, 2019, 11:04 »
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Well all I know is that since they effectively de-activated the Fotolia site my sales have crashed!  :-\


« Reply #126 on: February 12, 2019, 11:46 »
+5
Mat please pay attention to the comments in this thread.

Also, it's a pain in the ass that you need to scroll down (for example until the keywords in the position 30+) to "up" some "relevant" keywords and it makes you go all the way up!!! and you have to scroll down again to "up" another keyword, and so on. I don't know if you understand what I said, but the pain is real

« Reply #127 on: February 12, 2019, 13:06 »
+2
Mat please pay attention to the comments in this thread.

Also, it's a pain in the ass that you need to scroll down (for example until the keywords in the position 30+) to "up" some "relevant" keywords and it makes you go all the way up!!! and you have to scroll down again to "up" another keyword, and so on. I don't know if you understand what I said, but the pain is real

+1, we don't need a pop-up box that comes up when we click on edit keywords, a simple text box (like the one for title) is enough.

RAW

« Reply #128 on: February 12, 2019, 16:17 »
+3
Please move the 'Save Work', 'Submit for Approval' and 'Submit' buttons into one logical ergonomical place.

Having these buttons in different corners of the screen is MADNESS!

« Reply #129 on: February 12, 2019, 17:54 »
+3
Mat please pay attention to the comments in this thread.

Also, it's a pain in the ass that you need to scroll down (for example until the keywords in the position 30+) to "up" some "relevant" keywords and it makes you go all the way up!!! and you have to scroll down again to "up" another keyword, and so on. I don't know if you understand what I said, but the pain is real

+1, we don't need a pop-up box that comes up when we click on edit keywords, a simple text box (like the one for title) is enough.

This exists. Click the "paste keywords" link and you will be able to add keywords in one large box.

-Mat

« Reply #130 on: February 12, 2019, 17:56 »
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Mat please pay attention to the comments in this thread.

Also, it's a pain in the ass that you need to scroll down (for example until the keywords in the position 30+) to "up" some "relevant" keywords and it makes you go all the way up!!! and you have to scroll down again to "up" another keyword, and so on. I don't know if you understand what I said, but the pain is real

+1, we don't need a pop-up box that comes up when we click on edit keywords, a simple text box (like the one for title) is enough.

This exists. Click the "paste keywords" link and you will be able to add keywords in one large box.

-Mat
I like the way that I can up and down the keywords in the "extended" list but the problem is that if I "up" a keyword at the bottom the interface makes you go all the way up and you have to scroll down again to up another keyword.

I usually paste my keywords and then "up" the relevants but this problem happens... I don't know if you understand me

« Reply #131 on: February 14, 2019, 21:04 »
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Mat please pay attention to the comments in this thread.

Also, it's a pain in the ass that you need to scroll down (for example until the keywords in the position 30+) to "up" some "relevant" keywords and it makes you go all the way up!!! and you have to scroll down again to "up" another keyword, and so on. I don't know if you understand what I said, but the pain is real

+1, we don't need a pop-up box that comes up when we click on edit keywords, a simple text box (like the one for title) is enough.

This exists. Click the "paste keywords" link and you will be able to add keywords in one large box.

-Mat
I like the way that I can up and down the keywords in the "extended" list but the problem is that if I "up" a keyword at the bottom the interface makes you go all the way up and you have to scroll down again to up another keyword.

I usually paste my keywords and then "up" the relevants but this problem happens... I don't know if you understand me

No you don't, I don't Firefox stays on last word and box for new word. Why do you have to go all the way up they are on top.

« Reply #132 on: February 14, 2019, 21:08 »
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Mat please pay attention to the comments in this thread.

Also, it's a pain in the ass that you need to scroll down (for example until the keywords in the position 30+) to "up" some "relevant" keywords and it makes you go all the way up!!! and you have to scroll down again to "up" another keyword, and so on. I don't know if you understand what I said, but the pain is real

+1, we don't need a pop-up box that comes up when we click on edit keywords, a simple text box (like the one for title) is enough.

This exists. Click the "paste keywords" link and you will be able to add keywords in one large box.

-Mat
I like the way that I can up and down the keywords in the "extended" list but the problem is that if I "up" a keyword at the bottom the interface makes you go all the way up and you have to scroll down again to up another keyword.

I usually paste my keywords and then "up" the relevants but this problem happens... I don't know if you understand me

No you don't, I don't Firefox stays on last word and box for new word. Why do you have to go all the way up they are on top.
I've been using Chrome but you might be right. Gonna try Firefox to see if it's something related to the browser.

Enviado desde mi ALP-L29 mediante Tapatalk


« Reply #133 on: February 16, 2019, 08:33 »
+1
It's amazing to me how website 'designers' never actually try and use the page they have designed. Getting contributors to move the mouse and click all over the screen is just bad design.

Look at the new Adobe 'Insights' page. It's now 4 clicks just to see your Activity Statistics. It used to be one click.

Who at Adobe thought it best for us to see the 'Contributors of the Week' before our own statistics?

Bookmarks in your browser are your friend.

https://contributor.stock.adobe.com/en/insights/sales-earnings

Mark it, now one click.

Is there a way to get to that from the normal Insights page?

Agree with all others here. I like Adobe stock, but the web page reminds me of Istock. Designed with no input or feedback from users.

« Reply #134 on: Today at 18:08 »
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