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OK remember back when Fiverr started rolling out a dreadful feature, that allowed buyers to see how much each delivery we made was purchased for?

Well, seems like they added some more features, polished it up and it started appearing throughout the site.

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It appears on the very top of our profile page, and it can be expanded like so:

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Buyers can see at a glance;

-what was delivered
-the exact review for that delivery
-a link to the gig used to produce the end product
-and a price range

I think showing a price range is better than showing the exact amount, but I still think it will end up confusing potential buyers.

In my case 5-6 of said deliveries are actually paid revisions to rather large projects.

So now my prospects will see said complicated videos with a price tag of $50-$100.

I wish there was a way to tag paid revisions somehow or exclude them from deliveries

What are your thoughts on this new feature?

Can you see it? Is it still rolling out?

EDIT:
Buyers can also see how long it took to deliver. That is really dead-on, I checked out my samples and the metric is really accurate.

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I don’t see it on mine but I do not have my deliveries visible so maybe that’s why. Or maybe only some people see it.

Well I had to open a new incognito window to see mine, but yes looks like the kind of feature that only makes sense in profiles that have the live portfolio activated.

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OK remember back when Fiverr started rolling out a dreadful feature, that allowed buyers to see how much each delivery we made was purchased for?

Well, seems like they added some more features, polished it up and it started appearing throughout the site.

It appears on the very top of our profile page, and it can be expanded like so:

Buyers can see at a glance;

-what was delivered

-the exact review for that delivery

-a link to the gig used to produce the end product

-and a price range

I think showing a price range is better than showing the exact amount, but I still think it will end up confusing potential buyers.

In my case 5-6 of said deliveries are actually paid revisions to rather large projects.

So now my prospects will see said complicated videos with a price tag of $50-$100.

I wish there was a way to tag paid revisions somehow or exclude them from deliveries

What are your thoughts on this new feature?

Can you see it? Is it still rolling out?

EDIT:

Buyers can also see how long it took to deliver. That is really dead-on, I checked out my samples and the metric is really accurate.

In my case 5-6 of said deliveries are actually paid revisions to rather large projects.

I don’t see it myself, but I would have the same problem. Every now an then I get clients who come back for a quick update or a content upload. I charge them from $5-$50. Just recently I did a $5 job where I simply switched client’s logo on a website. It’s a 1-minute job so $5 sounds about right, but I’m not going to create a new gig for that. I don’t even want to offer maintenance to others.

looks like the kind of feature that only makes sense in profiles that have the live portfolio activated.

I don’t have it enabled. Maybe I should check 🙂

EDIT: Nope. I can see the moneyback guarantee but not this feature.

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Well I had to open a new incognito window to see mine, but yes looks like the kind of feature that only makes sense in profiles that have the live portfolio activated.

Hey, Frank! 😎

Lovely feature update!

I can see this these changes on my end. [woot-woot]

I love the direct linkage to the gig where the order was placed. Sweet!

The order size $ amount doesn’t really bother me. 'Cause it shows that each order is different in their own way with customization and whatnot.

The delivered within (timeframe) is nice, too. If I delivered on-time or EARLIER than expected, I want this information to be shown to my potential buyers. :ok_hand:t4:

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