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    More Customization of Product Page

    Is there a way to include an "Add to Wishlist" option to the product page so customer with accounts can add a product to a wishlist that they are interested in purchasing later.  Would be a great feature on the product page and in the checkout process, rather than forcing them to delete items.  Thanks.

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    Muse
    Super User II

    @Cheryl_Avis 

     

    As of now, W+M does not have a wishlist feature.  That is a pretty common feature on all the top eCom platforms.  Let's hope that GoDaddy has this on their "wishlist" to add to W+M in the future.   😉

     

    Judith
    "Success is the sum of details." ~ Harvey S. Firestone

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    Muse
    Super User II

    @Cheryl_Avis 

     

    As of now, W+M does not have a wishlist feature.  That is a pretty common feature on all the top eCom platforms.  Let's hope that GoDaddy has this on their "wishlist" to add to W+M in the future.   😉

     

    Judith
    "Success is the sum of details." ~ Harvey S. Firestone

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    fhouser
    Product Team

    Hello Cheryl_Avis,

    Thank you for your suggestion. We don't currently have such feature but I have added that to our request list and will discuss it with the team.

     

    Thank you @fhouser!  As long as you are adding that, I'd like to also suggest you change the "algorithm" for determining "NEW Products".  Currently it appears that the "NEW Products" are the ones added directly into GoDaddy, rather than imported.  This makes absolutely no sense.  NEW products should be driven by the Date Added perhaps with the ability to customize it by saying "products added in the last "X" days" are defined as "NEW" (and keep them out there for "Y" days), if you are going to insist on automating it.  Otherwise, create a tab like you do for Featured Products so the owner can decide which products display as "new".

    Thanks again!