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How to Send Buyer Request

I am new to fiverr. I want to know “How to Send buyer requests”?


If you’re on desktop browser, Select Selling option a drop down menu will open and their you’ll see Buyer’s requests. You’ll see some requests of buyer read those carefully and respond to them.
If your on mobile application swipe right menu options will be shown select buyers request, read and respond to those request



Have you created a gig?


I can see you already have gigs.

If using the app, in the left side menu, you will see the list of different activities, in there you will find the buyer request. Click on it and begin to send requests to buyers.

If using the web link, look above you will see selling click on it and you will see a drop-down list. In that list, you will see buyer request, click it and start sending requests.


yes I already created some gigs


Thank you so much for the advice


Thank you so much for your advice


if you did not create a gig.firstly create a gig .after creating the gig .click on the seeling tab after this click the option buyer request.then you will see buyer request according to the gig field related .


Thank you :slightly_smiling_face::+1:

I think he asking about gig category.

If you use English more of us can help you. :slightly_smiling_face:


Translating into English is a courteous thing to do. Since the Community is predominantly English speaking.

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