Here at l'art et l'automobile, we are dedicated to providing you with the most interactive, manageable and easy to use customer experience possible. To that end, we have added a new and powerful feature to our website; Our New Wishlist Feature!
The Wishlist feature allows you to gather all the items you are interested in or plan to purchase in the future, keep them all in one place so they are available for future visits and send that list to all your friends and family through any of our Social Media Channels or through Email.
Its very Easy to use:
First, Find an Item that you want to add to your wishlist. On every Product's page, is a new link that you will want to click, which automatically puts that item into your wishlist. It looks like this:
Once you click that link, you will want to see your wishlist. A link at the top of any page will take you to your list, which looks like this:
When you click this link, it will take you a page that looks like this:
This page allows you to manage your Wishlist; to add or remove items from the wishlist, add items to your cart if you wanted to purchase them now, save the images to purchase them later or share them with your friends and family.
There are links to share the wishlist at the bottom of the management page:
But if you want to save your wishlist, you will need to log in or register if you haven't already.
The link to register is at the top of the site and looks like this:
Once you have registered or logged in, your wishlist will be saved to your account so that when you come back to our account, your wishlist will be waiting for you.
So now you are all caught up on our latest feature. This system is already active and available to use on our site, so please feel free to use our Wishlist Feature today.
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