Last year I was proud to introduce MasterWish.com, a website which allows users to build wish lists of things they want not just from one site, but from any site on the web or even off the web. Matt Batchelder, Zach Tirrell and I started working on this project over a year ago now and we’ve learned a lot in that time, but rather than look back I like to look forward to the year to come.
Here are a few things we are hoping to pay some attention to in the upcoming year to make MasterWish even more useful to you:
- Shared wish lists for weddings, anniversaries, etc.
- Interface improvements for greater consistency between pages
- Improvements to the bookmarklet
- More currencies
As in the past year, user feedback will continue to guide our development efforts so use it, love it, and let us know what we can do to make you love it even more!
Don’t have a MasterWish Account yet? Sign up now! It’s free, easy and fun!
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I am happy to say that MasterWish.com is getting some fantastic feedback from the user community!
While we are not about to stop improving the site it is fantastic to see feedback like this weblog entry from Kevin Scaldeferri’s Weblog. Glad you liked the site Kevin! In our hectic, fast paced, information-heavy world I’m glad to hear people appreciate our less-is-more attitude.
MasterWish was founded on the ideal of offering flexibility… a tool that a person uses the way they want to, not the way we think they should. This feedback helps guide us to continue to develop in this direction.
For more information on MasterWish, check out my previous article, or go straight to masterwish.com and check it out for yourself!
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