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Wish lists have been a feature of Amazon for a long time but now according to a report from The Verge, it seems that Amazon is testing out a new feature which comes in the form of collaborative wish lists. Note that this feature hasn’t been rolled out to all users yet as it appears to be in testing, so it is unclear if and when it will roll out to all Amazon users.

Initially spotted by Android Police, as the name suggests, this involves a wish list that will allow users to collaborate on a wish list together. Prior to this, users could share their wish lists with others, and unless you use the Wedding Registry feature, only one person could add to the wish list at a time. However with collaborative wish lists, multiple users will be able to add to the list at once. This might come in handy for party planning, for holidays, birthdays, and so on.

Amazon did not specify as to who would be part of the test, but for those who are interested in seeing if they might be part of it, head on over to a wish list that you have created, and if you see a bubble underneath the list’s title that reads, “Invite”, it means that you are part of the test and you can start sending links to friends who are then able to edit that list.

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