Just a rant.
On some days I seriously wish buyers who like to take their time with revisions would work on their time management a little bit. Instead of assuming they have all the time in the world and my undying devotion.
Instead of opening with how they’re “sorry for the inconvenience” and how their “team” needed more time to discuss the revisions (that usually end up leading to 50% of the design to be redone and could be completely avoided if the said “team” put the same time and effort into putting the brief together and discussing the project among “themselves” before buying the dang gig).
I got 3 messages like this in a row, all of them 2-3 weeks after the orders in question autocompleted and I forgot about them. All of them because people had vacations and life getting in the way while I, apparently, have neither of those things.
I provide 2 rounds of revisions (as included in all the packages) after the order autocompletes. Not because I’m thrilled to do so, but because I got mixed responses from CS when I asked if I had to.
When you just disappear into the sunset after the files are delivered, I don’t sit around with my inbox open staring at the screen and waiting for you to show up with “comments” and “minor edits” you might have. For weeks and months. For years on couple occasions. I don’t get why 95% of the buyers assume it’s okay to do this. You had time to discuss the project before you bought the gig, you had the whole 3 days after the delivery to request all the revisions you’ve ever wanted. Fiverr lets you know how much time do you have. Fiverr also lets you know when that time is about to run out.