Wish list on Microsoft Store

Microsoft is testing a new wish list feature for Windows 10 App Store that would allow users to keep track of all the stuff you want from the Store. The Wish list feature is supposed to put everything into one easy to manage spot on your PCs, tablets and web.

Microsoft has already removed the half-baked wish list feature from the Windows 10 App and Web store.

Today, developer Gustave has shared a screenshot of an unreleased update for Microsoft Store that shows off the wish list feature. The screenshot shows a wish list page where you can manage all your apps, games and other services. From your Wishlist page, you can buy, install or delete any item.

Microsoft Store wish list

The Wishlist hasn’t made its way to the Store yet,  and the wish list feature on the website is also not working as expected.

Wish list

It’s a handy tool to help you keep track of apps, games and other services that you want from Microsoft Store. Most of the stuff available in Store can all be added to your Wishlist but there’s no way to share your list with friends and family just yet.

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