Wishlist Question

DarkElfDarkElf Posts: 346

Is there a way for me to identify the date an item was added to my wishlist?

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  • LeanaLeana Posts: 11,266

    Not AFAIK

  • DarkElfDarkElf Posts: 346

    Leana said:

    Not AFAIK

    Thanks for the response Leana.

  • SilverGirlSilverGirl Posts: 494

    Nope, but it would be cool.

  • ArtAngelArtAngel Posts: 1,614
    edited May 31

    DarkElf said:

    Is there a way for me to identify the date an item was added to my wishlist?

    Actually there is but it is not automated.

    1. you have to have the extension DAZ-Dealz (which I highly recommend and can't imagine shopping with out it).
    2. you have to manually insert the date, as a comment.
    3. you have to use the browsers hamburger-ellipsis menu, and use the find function to search by year or date

    It's not perfect. And if you don't have or quit DAZ-Dealz the comment section won't exist. I pay monthly but yearly is less expensive.

    PS: Attached screenshots with bogus dates so you could see an example.

    WishList0-NODaz-Deals.JPG
    1699 x 751 - 152K
    WishList1-Daz-Deals.JPG
    1703 x 752 - 166K
    WishList2-LeftClick ... Find.JPG
    924 x 1048 - 94K
    WishList3-Toggle V (carot) for Results.JPG
    916 x 1055 - 138K
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  • DarkElfDarkElf Posts: 346

    Thanks for the the replies.

    So, that's a paid tool ArtAngel?

    One would think the dates items are added to ones wishlist would be automatically attached to items - especially if DAZ is going to tell you that a certain coupon can be used only on item added a certain amount of time ago or earlier.

  • GordigGordig Posts: 9,583

    DarkElf said:

    So, that's a paid tool ArtAngel?

    Daz-Deals itself is free, but some of the functionality is paywalled. It's worth having even the free version, though.

  • DarkElfDarkElf Posts: 346

    Call me stupid but, I don't understand what this DAZ-Dealz is and where you get it.

  • Charlie JudgeCharlie Judge Posts: 12,522
    edited May 31

    DarkElf said:

    Call me stupid but, I don't understand what this DAZ-Dealz is and where you get it.

    It is a browser addon available in the store for your browser. See this thread:  https://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/454726/announcing-daz-deals-browser-add-on-ii#latest

    Post edited by Charlie Judge on
  • DarkElfDarkElf Posts: 346

    I see. Thanks Charlie.

  • dennisgray41dennisgray41 Posts: 795

    I still think Dazbshould support the deals extension, it is only to their advantage. I do not like to pay monthly for services I do not need that often. Also, I am oppsed to anything with a membership on principle.

     

  • joannajoanna Posts: 1,190

    DarkElf said:

    Thanks for the the replies.

    So, that's a paid tool ArtAngel?

    One would think the dates items are added to ones wishlist would be automatically attached to items - especially if DAZ is going to tell you that a certain coupon can be used only on item added a certain amount of time ago or earlier.

    In most cases, the date is set for the day (maybe two) before the deal's day, so unless you wishlist hundreds of items daily, it shouldn't be hard. The "items must be older than six months" part doesn't apply to when you put them on the wishlist, but when they were released, and that's usually found in a readme file. You just sort your wishlist by "new arrivals", scroll down some, and click on an item to check when it was released. If it's six months (or whatever the cut off is), anything below it will be elligible. If it's not, keep scrolling down until you find the six month date.

    It's not ideal, but it works, especially if you remember some items from around that time period so that you know where to roughly scroll down.

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