That particular item in the Marketplace has been calling out to you. But you’re not quite ready to add it to your collection, yet.
Same goes for that other item and that other one before that one. So how do you keep tabs on all the great items that you’re keeping an eye on?
Thanks to our new feature that allows you to “fave” your favorite items in the Marketplace, that is.
Loving your favorite items is what collecting is all about, right? On hobbyDB, we’ve given you the ability to “fave” items such as your favorite Subjects and fellow Members, as well as your preferred hobbyDB Marketplace Sellers.
Now we’re introducing the ability to “fave” your favorite items in the Marketplace. It’s really easy to do. Simply click the red Heart located on Marketplace and Database items searches.
With your Wish Lists, you’ll get notified anytime your favorite items go on sale in the hobbyDB Marketplace. Watch Lists, however, offer you the opportunity to track a specific item – from a specific seller – allowing you to purchase it when you deem the time is right.
In the near future, you’ll find the Fave option on the sale item itself, as well as in other people’s collections.
So what does “faving” your most coveted items accomplish? By clicking that fave, you’ll add the item among your “favorites.” From there you can easily search for them in the Marketplace utilizing the filter “My Fave items.”
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