New awesome Asset Management
The My Assets page has been completely revamped. What's new?
Editing your assets data
You can now edit your assets directly from the My Assets page. Take advantage of this convenient option and easily edit the description, name and tags of your assets to make them even more appealing.
You can search, filter, and sort the assets by all the parameters of the table.
You can better track your earnings. Now the earnings for the last 30 days are also calculated for each asset.
Download counts have been corrected to make it clear which downloads belong to redistribution and which are free Downloads from admins are now filtered.
There are new tooltips for all parameters that better explain the interconnection with our Fair Share system. This will hopefully increase the transparency of our system and answer the questions we've been getting from you about it.
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