Hello Everyone, This is my first post in the forum, honestly I've visited the forums maybe five times before now. Anyway, I thought rather than contact TES directly about suggestions, I thought that getting a list going in a forum that gains community traction might be a more convincing way of explaining myself! So, TES. Here are my suggestions in no particular order on things I think would make TES more appealing to everyone. 1. Get a batch uploader SORTED - by far the biggest stumbling block of TES for authors right now is the time it takes to upload things. Even at my fastest it would take me 5 minutes to upload a resource properly. Minor time saves like auto-populating drop down lists with suggested variables would be great, or change the drop box to a visual slider! 2. Be more, and allow US to be more flexible with discounts - I think discounts are a great idea, but they are very "sledgehammer" in size and scope right now. I think it would be far more useful to provide flash discounts with a particular demographic in mind. For example - "Next three days all SECONDARY SCIENCE resources are 30% off!" Then an email should be sent to every listed science teacher. It makes marketing far more focused to individual teachers; I have no need or interest in primary maths resources, so why give me the same offer in those resources? surely I would prefer a bigger discount on something I'm actually far more likely to buy? Secondly, and this is a simple one - if someone buys one of my resources and then they notice it's in a bundle of mine, TES should auto-deduct that item they have bought from the price. It will make the bundle more likely to be bought, especially if a big deal is made out of the extra little discount! 3. Monthly goals for sellers AND buyers - If something sells well, the author should be rewarded for that. For example you could, at the end of the month, say, tally up all resources that sold more than 10 in a month - every one of them gets an extra 2% royalty from TES. Every resource that sold 20 gets 5% and so on. This would massively incentivise advertising resources on social media and other places because an author would be chasing those few extra sales that would push them over a threshold. The opposite is true for buyers - someone buys £10 of resources using their money, they get a £1 credit (non-cash obviously) to put towards other resources. Drop £20 and you get a fiver and so on. Offer more tiers to authors and buyers, especially monthly/temporary goals 4. Make the search function FAR more versatile - Teachers live in Excel (well, I do). The more drop down, a-z, high to low lists, the better. I'd like to see resources listed by sales, by keyword ("circuits" for example), by views, by exam board, by text book, etc. Currently it is too restrictive and most people I know simply use google and add "tes" to their search. 5. In addition to discounts, offer royalty boosts to authors for well selling items - pretty self explanatory! 6. Have a try before you buy/returns policy if possible - as long as it isn't abused (so maybe add a limit on uses per month) allowing people to buy a resource an return it would be a great way to introduce people to new authors. Anyone got any other ideas? As you can probably tell, I am a bit of an advocate of target setting - maybe it's the teacher in me!