Get an early look at the wish list feature coming to the Microsoft Store
Here's a look at how the upcoming wish list feature will work in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has been inching forward with a new "wish list" feature for the Microsoft store for the past several months, but it's still very much a work in progress. But if you're looking forward to stacking up all of your most wanted apps and games in one place, you can now get an early peek at how the feature will work.
Italian blog Aggiornamenti Lumia posted a quick video of the feature in actions, showing off a new toggle that will let you either keep the list private or make it public so you can easily share your wish list with others (via OnMSFT).
Do you #windowsinsiders like the upcoming wish list feature? Do you think our #MicrosoftStore app needs it? Here is a sneak peek... pic.twitter.com/PNbcDjHDF9Do you #windowsinsiders like the upcoming wish list feature? Do you think our #MicrosoftStore app needs it? Here is a sneak peek... pic.twitter.com/PNbcDjHDF9— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) October 20, 2018October 20, 2018
It's unclear when we can expect the feature to get a proper launch, but it should be a welcome addition as the Microsoft Store catches up with other retailers and app stores.
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