In other words, publisher can change price as they see fit, maybe have the channel free for a day to celebrate anniversary etc - all of that as a self-service? And that can be done at any one point of time with no delay/approval (spare server replication delays).
Like I said, this is a really good idea and would reduce the headache on our side as well, I've passed it on to the finance people.
"RokuJoel" wrote:where #2 was self-service (no review wait) on prices. See above
The first two are not likely to change as we don't want people to be able to arbitrarily change the text and graphics in the Channel store without our reviewing it first. Your other suggestion is a good one though ...
The first two are:
The ability to change channel description and channel website description without having to submit a new channel
The ability to change prices of paid channels (both one off and subscription) without having to submit a new channel.
- currently the only way to change app price (or one-time in-app purchase) is to re-submit channel for full review
- we have common understanding that allowing publishers to float prices on their own is a good idea and passed for approval
No, but that is the best way - channel update submissions send us all internal emails that are hard to miss, otherwise, you can email us and we can publish the properties update without submitting a channel, but the first way, even if we miss your email, we have a big fat yellow channel update waiting on our console so we will eventually get to it.
I think is a good idea, as is the O.Ps idea about renewal price change notices, however both of these would require firmware and service side changes in order to support. These ideas have not yet been approved by anyone other than myself in my own brain.