A New Wish List Function - Ideal for Christmas

October 23, 2015 14:00 2 Comments

Back in June we launched our first Wish List function on Billiards Boutique but it came to our attention recently that it wasn't working in the manner that it should.

The plugin that we were using wasn't quite what we envisioned so earlier this week we added a new plugin that is now working perfectly.

Why is this newsworthy?

It's a good question but in reality to us it is a major item of functionality that can help our customers and it is especially important in the lead up to Christmas. The system we are using (like the majority on the market) allow you to add items you want to a wish list and save them for later. You can then share this list with friends and family via social media or email.

Here is a quick walk through

Firstly, if you had anything in your wish list from before this week then it will no longer be there.

Step 1: Product Page

Adding an item to your wish list from a product page

From any product page you can add an item to your wishlist by clicking the light green button, if you have an account and you are not logged in the website will request this. Likewise, if you do not have an account with Billiards Boutique you will need to create one to have a wish list, only an email address and password is required.

Step 2: Finding Your Wish List

Wish list link appears top left when logged in

When you are logged into your account a new link will appear top left of the website that simply says Your Wishlist. Click this and you can access your list.

Step 3: Viewing and Using Your Wish List

The items in your wish list

Once you have clicked the link you will be faced with this page, here you can shop directly from the list, remove items or use the share functions to send to friends and family on social media or via email.

Perfect for Christmas

If you are anything like me then friends and family never really know what you want as a gift. Sharing your wish list with the Blacklight Pool Table on it is a great way to drop some not-so-subtle hints in the lead up to Christmas or a birthday.

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