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    You Can Use BuzzFeed's New Shopping Wishlist To Save All Your Favorite Products

    It's basically like making yourself a Christmas list, if Christmas were every day and all the time.

    Hey, you. Yeah, you, with the 17 tabs minimized on a separate browser on your computer full of things you *might* want to buy but aren't *completely* sure about yet.

    Lucasfilm

    "Please make it stop" — your poor browser, who never deserved any of this.

    Yeah, I see you. Because I am you. And I'm here to inform you that thanks to BuzzFeed's new Shopping Wishlist feature, our browsers will not have to live in mortal fear of us anymore — now when you're in one of BuzzFeed's shopping posts and you see a lil' something you like, you can save it for later, so your future self can find all your ~wishlist~ items in one tidy place.

    Nickelodeon

    Basically it's Christmas, but all the time!! Santa is shaking.

    Here's how it works: when you see that air fryer you've been thinking about all of 2020 (do it for the zoodles, my friends), at the bottom of the item listing, you'll see an "Add To Wishlist" button.

    BuzzFeed list with an air fryer and the "add to wishlist" button under it
    BuzzFeed

    If you're logged in, clicking it will prompt you to add it to your wishlist, but if you're logged out or don't have an account, it'll log you in so you can keep your wishlist there.

    Then, if you ever want to go back to it (or, say, leave it open on your desktop so your significant other just haaaappens to see it while you're out walking the dog, oops!!) you can just pop back up to your profile in the top right of the screen and click on "my wishlist."

    A screenshot of the Wishlist button in the drop down navigation from a user profile
    BuzzFeed

    And VOILA! All of your shiny beloved "I want this, but maybe not this instant, but will definitely ~peruse~ this weekend" gifts to yourself are all saved in one tidy, happy little spot for the sake of Future You.

    Screenshot of the wishlist in mobile mode, showing two products and a "get it" button next to each, as well as a "heart" next to each
    BuzzFeed

    Basically you can screenshot your own brain. Nifty!

    Plus, you can edit your wishlist and delete stuff from it at any time. Maybe you're not into the air fryer anymore; maybe you're a ride-or-die Instant Pot stan and would not insult it by inviting another appliance into your home. All you have to do is un-heart it and boom, deleted.

    Screenshot of the wishlist in desktop mode
    BuzzFeed

    Honestly, who even cares which kitchen product you're getting as long as you're making something cheesy in it.

    Basically, you now have the power to curate your own lists straight from BuzzFeed Shopping! (If anyone needs me I'll be extremely busy turning my own wishlist into a shrine to Baby Yoda products, with the full intent of Baby Yoda-ing everything in my life by 2021.)

    Disney

    Happy shopping, y'all.

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