Hooray, you can finally comment on our site!
BlenderKit is adding new feature, with which you can put comments to assets in the gallery.
We are very happy about this new feature. It allows you to give feedback on the assets directly to their authors. Not only can you show your appreciation for the quality of their 3D models or materials for Blender, but you can also comment in a constructive way and point out things that could be improved.
We hope you all understand that we don't want any negative communication on our site. Such comments will be removed.
Also, please post only comments in English so we can understand each other.
Creators, if someone comments on your asset, you will get a notification on BlenderKit website when you log in as well as in the add-on.
We will soon move the validation process for creators to comments. With emails, it happened too often that emails ended up in SPAM or in the advertising section of your mail, so unfortunately what happened was that some of you didn't respond to validation emails.
You won't be getting notifications in your mail yet, but you shouldn't miss anything when you come to our site.
Among other things, of course, we want to remind you that as always you can send us reports on any bugs you encounter in your work with BlenderKit
Definitely don't forget to keep an eye on our social media, newsletter and website for a fresh batch of news we have in store for you in the future but let's not get ahead of ourselves and enjoy the fresh new commenting option.
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