There are several good reasons to end a project. Whether a competition is over, a product is sold out, or simply because a project is not of interest anymore. Whichever is the reason, your project can be marked as completed in several ways:

Although a completed project might still be needed and in that case, jump to:

Manually deactivating a project

From the menu, click "End Now"

Setting up an End Date

From the settings of the project, you can define a specific date and time where your project will automatically end.

Limiting the amount of submissions

From the settings of your project, you can specify a cap for submissions at which point the project will automatically end. This applies to completed submissions in a Live environment. It does not apply to Draft projects or partial submissions.

Limiting the amount of successful payments

From the settings of your project, you can specify a cap at which point the project will automatically end. This applies to successful payment in a Live environment. It does not apply to Draft projects or failed payments.

Reactivating a project

When a project has been marked as completed, it can be reactivated from its menu dropdown by selecting the option "Set live again".

F.A.Q. What will participants see when a project has ended

After a project has ended, new participants are presented with a default message indicating the project is not available anymore

If you have any questions please contact support.

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