We're adding wishlists, favorite sellers (with a feed of recent items) and a few bug fixes.
- Items can be added to the wishlist (if the item is not free) via the product page, and deleted via the delete button on the wishlist page
- Items can also be bulk added from your favorites list
- Wishlist can be found by viewing https://marketplace.secondlife.com/wishlist while logged in, or via the favorites links in accounts,
- Wishlists operate like favorites, except that you can find someone else's wishlist at /wishlists/firstname.lastname (there's a link on your own wishlist)
- There are also share buttons on wishlists.
- Stores can be favorited on the main store page, and stores can be removed via the delete button on the list.
- Favorite stores can be found by viewing /favorite_stores while logged in, or via the favorites links in accounts. Shows your favorite stores, including up to four of their most recent products.
- Avatar Brands were not visible when editing, and would then get reset as a result. That’s frustrating and we’re sorry.
- The related-item pickers (demo, related items) will no longer show archived products - but will show unlisted.
- We know you think your product is awesome. That’s why you’re selling it! However, Merchants can no longer review their own listings.
- When you change display options on your Manage Listings page, you will go to the first page of your listings.
- Whatever you chose to search by is what we’ll show you. We were accidentally overriding that with your sort from the previous session. Oops!
- Redelivering: when redelivering gifts, we would send a confusing email claiming to have sent the item to the gifter, even though we actually had sent it to the giftee.
- Listing limits: we were counting archived listings against your limit of 20000, but not anymore.
- We had recently replaced “Prim count” filtering with “Land Impact” filtering and then stopped finding all the expected results. We’ve located them and will return them to you once again.
- Category names were messed up on some products. A re-index has "unmessed" this.