Adafruit now has WISHLISTS! For your shopping pleasure!
BIG NEWS! Adafruit now has WISH LISTS! For your shopping pleasure! This means you can add things to a “wish list” and then send it to someone else (or yourself) and that person, or you can add ALL the items to cart and buy them!
Over the last year or so many customers, students, hacker spaces and more told us what type of features they’ve wanted in a wish list and we’re please to launch this before the holiday season!
To use the wish list just visit any product page and click the “Add to Wishlist” button. Later you can email it to someone, or yourself!
The email can be HTML or text, Adafruit does not store, collect or spam any address you use – you must be logged in to your Adafruit.com account to email a wishlist.
Above, a short video with a quick overview!
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