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Wishlist needs serious upgrade

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    Wishlist needs serious upgrade

    Your Wishlist, at least on Roku which is the largest user base, don’t have a banner for titles that are on sale. If you go on the website it does tell you which of your Wishlist items are on sale so the functionality exist but is not being utilized on Roku. I would spend a lot more if I knew when of the hundreds of my Wishlist titles are on sale. Likewise adding a filter on Wishlist for Sale titles would be helpful to purchase even more.

    You also can’t add a title you already own to your Wishlist. This is silly since I want to add titles that has format upgrades available.

    I keep emails often telling me that a limited selection of my wishlist titles are currently on sale but you can’t tell when you’re on your a Roku so what’s the point.

    Agreed 100%

    I noticed this serious wish list regression a while back and included some related things in a reply to a general post discussing various UI problems in the new version. But basically, the functionality of listing which items were on sale WAS working correctly previously, but now is almost totally broken. One thing that still works is that if you go to your wish list before entering the grid view, you can scroll across and it at least shows the prices so you can tell if the first few items are on sale (although the banner you mentioned would be vastly better). But checking the prices that way doesn't work for everything else because once you enter the grid view, it doesn't show the prices unless you click into each item. As far as I'm concerned, the wish list is totally broken when you can't quickly tell if items are on sale or not.

    I saw this when you first posted it, but was really busy so didn't have time to respond at that point; sorry it took a while