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untilWhat You'll Learn We know that there can be some confusion about how to maintain sellers metrics on Fiverr. ''Delivery on time" can cause a lot of stress and confusion. This event allows all sellers to hear about some important steps that you need to follow to maintain your delivery on time metrics even when your customer is not responding. We want to make sure that this community shares knowledge within it so that all sellers feel like they have the support they need to further their career on Fiverr. Key Topics: How Delivery on Time works What are some rules and policies that you need to know about How to use resolution center How to avoid false/partial delivery warning Confirm Your RSVP: https://events.fiverr.com/Effective-ways-to-maintain-Delivery-on-Time-metrics-07222022 Show up, find your people, and learn something new.See you there! Speaker: Md Zahidul Islam Creative Director Fiver Community Team Leader
Hi! I recently noticed the "order response rate" now tracks the "revision requests within 24h", something I don't remember happenning before. I understand this has been done for a reason, but I need to stress that it doesn't have its desired effect and gets unintentionally abused by the client in my specific use case, which hurts my metrics without me actually delivering late/not being responsive. I deliver (expensive) voice overs for big clients worldwide. Usually these orders do not come from the brand itself, but rather from an agency or production company. These companies need the final approval from the big brand before comfortably closing the order knowing they won't need revisions. Understandably so, if the big brand is unresponsive for a day or two (things work at the pace the final client wants, not the other way around) I've had buyers take 2 routes: They don't notice/know the order will automatically close after 3 days. Once they realize it has been marked completed they send me a private message requesting a review, which I gladly offer through the messaging system (since it was included in the order). Requesting a revision for the sake of keeping the order open until they get feedback from their end client. I don't blame them for that, it makes perfect sense for them. I have never told any of my off-Fiverr clients I won't provide revisions after 3 days. I then wait until they either actually request a revision, or tell me it's all OK and that I can re-deliver the original file in order to complete the order. This supposed no drama before, as it didn't impact my metrics. Now if I find myself in the #2 case my order response rate will get punished for no appropriate reason. I also believe I shouldn't be the one educating my clients to allow the order to get marked as "completed" and trust me to get their revision done if they ever actually need it. I'd suggest to not have order response rate metrics track the "revision delivered within 24 hours" data. That's my 2 cents! Thanks for the read 😄 PS. I wanted to contact CS about this, but haven't been lucky to find any way to do so. Is there any way as a seller (Pro at that) I can contact CS to bring this worry to them? I believe the options on the site simply disappeared.