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Pampered Chef: Sharing a Wishlist with a Consultant

  1. Niki Kate

    Niki Kate Novice Member

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    I'm a really big proponent of past hosts and guests making their own wishlists, so that I can keep them up to date on what is being discontinued or going on sale, or becoming a host (or guest) special. However, I just looked through all of my contacts and NONE of them have wish lists. Odd...

    I called my sister who came over and is showing me that she DOES have a wish list.

    Okay...

    Then I went back to My Contacts, and saw that hers isn't showing up. But, it does say that she has to share her wishlist with me in order for me to see it How does she do that? She's chosen me as her consultant, but still doesn't see a way to share her wishlist.

    How does she share her wishlist with me?
     
    Jan 24, 2016
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  2. raebates

    raebates Legend Member Staff Member

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    That's a great question. I wish I knew. I don't usually have my people share that with me. Have you asked the Home Office?
     
    Jan 25, 2016
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  3. Niki Kate

    Niki Kate Novice Member

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    I did. I could not be more disappointed. Apparently we share a wish list was only supposed to be for registries. But they never went with the registry function. So now I have to housewarming parties and a registry, & I can't actually see their wishlist! It's horribly off-putting. However I think that doing the one on one consultations and saying do you have this? Do you want this? And even if they hesitate putting it on their list is really helpful.
     
    Feb 16, 2016
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  4. I also contacted the HO and was told that the "Wishlist" function is no longer active and is going to be replaced by something more user friendly. I hope it's soon, I think it's a great tool for hosts to use.
     
    Feb 17, 2016
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