I’ve had this happen a few times and wonder what your take on it is.
So, you deliver an order, the buyer likes it, but puts it “into revision” so they have more time to review the order, or to show it to clients, before it automatically accepts.
This kind of annoys the heck out of me - I’ve done the work and you like the work and you’ve got a revision included, so don’t abuse that function so you can take more time to assess an order when I’d happily provide the revision even if the order’s been accepted! It seems disingenuous to me to withhold pay like that when they already have a decent number of days to review and check the order.
Usually when they do this, I’ll redeliver the same order delivery, adding a note that I’m happy to provide revisions after it’s accepted, but that I don’t want a completed order to show up in my incomplete orders as it’s confusing (which is true, I find it incredibly aggravating because I’m compulsive about clearing the active orders page every day). Now that it’s happened more though, I’m wondering if this is fairly common?
Has this ever happened to you? What are your thoughts?