Your order timers starts from the moment the client orders, and the deadline remains the same.
If you have an order starting, for example, at 5:30 AM on Monday on the 1st day of the month, with a deadline of next Monday at 5:30 AM on the 7th day of the month (one week), then everything has to happen in that week, including revisions.
When you deliver work and the order timers disappears, it is still running. That means if you deliver 3 days early on the 5th of the month / Saturday, and your client looks at their order on Monday the 7th and then requests a revision, there is no extra time even though the order was delivered 2 days early.
In such cases, the best thing to do is ask for a long extension, but assuring the client you will deliver early, and then delivering per the agreement between you and the client, and then covering any other revisions in that extension.
The second best thing is, if the client is not willing to give you another week, then look at how late the order is. Suppose it is 1 or 2 days late (after 3 the order is marked as completed), always factor in those days. If the order is one day late and you ask for a one-day extension, the order timers will add the day to the deadline!
This means that if you want to deliver in one day on the 9th, and it’s the 8th day if you ask for a one-day extension, that means (7 days of original order + 1 day of extension = deadline on 8TH) you only have a few hours, NOT a day to deliver.
Do the math, and stay safe. After one day elapses client can cancel the order and keep the last product you gave them.
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