There are plenty of WooCommerce wishlist plugins available in the WordPress Repository. But did you know that not all of them let you customize visible text fields easily? In this article I will show you how to do it in just 4 steps with a free WooCommerce wishlist plugin.
Table of contents
- Step 1: Download the Flexible Wishlist for WooCommerce plugin
- Step 2: Go to text settings
- Step 3: Start your wishlist text customization
- Step 4: Save your changes
Step 1: Download the Flexible Wishlist for WooCommerce plugin
This simple, yet powerful, WooCommerce wishlist plugin will be your choice, when it comes to your wishlist text customization. It has all a demanding user might ask for and at the same time it is incredibly intuitive and easy to use. With its help you will easily customize text buttons on your wishlist.
Flexible Wishlist - feature overwiev and quick introduction to the plugin:
Firstly, download the plugin and after that activate it.
Once you are done with it, a cart icon with a heart inside will appear on the left side of your WooCommerce dashboard. That’s your new WooCommerce wishlist plugin. Click it and let’s start your WooCommerce wishlist text customization!
Step 2: Go to text settings
Secondly, find the text settings section. You will find them among all the settings after clicking the Flexible Wishlist logo in your cockpit.
As can be seen on the printscreen above, you can basically customize all of the text inputs available in your new wishlist.
Step 3: Start your wishlist text customization
- Flexible Wishlist allows you to edit the following text fields:
Wishlist page URL - Insert your own URL, which harmonizes best with your store
Wishlist page title - Will be displayed above your customers’ wishlist(s)
Return button - Return to all wishlists view
Default wishlist name - Your wishlist may be named in any way. “My wardrobe”, “My favorite items” or “My storage”. Be creative ????
New wishlist field placeholder - You can create a new list by entering the field placeholder, such as New wedding list.
Create wishlist button - Enter a title for the button to create a new wishlist.
New idea field placeholder - Enter a placeholder, which will appear in the ideas (notes) section within the wishlist
Add idea button - Name the button, which creates a new idea (note)
Add to wishlist button - Place text that invites the user to add a product to the list, e.g., Add to Wardrobe.
Copy to wishlist button - Enter the title of the button to copy the product to the list.
Added to wishlist status - Edit the message that appears after adding a product to the wishlist
Message for not logged in users - Decide what message you want to display to the users, who visit your shop without first logging in. Encourage them to create an account, hence this message.
Now let me show you an example of how these wishlist text inputs may be customized and how does it look like on a WooCommerce shop page:
Step 4: Save your changes
Don’t forget to save your changes!
Are you curious to see what it looks like on a live WooCommerce shop page? Let me show you some screenshots of the customized text inputs:
Bonus: Flexible Wishlist: Analytics & Emails
We strongly recommend taking a look at the addon for this plugin. Flexible Wishlist: Analytics and Emails was created to provide you with a powerful marketing tool.
Why Flexible Wishlist: Analytics & Emails?
✅ Create and send promotional emails
✅ Have insight into your customers' wishlists
✅ Analyze the most frequently added products to wishlists and sell them more smoothly by analyzing the stock
Wishlist text customization: summary
In essence, in this post I tried to show you how easy it is to customize text fields with the Flexible Wishlist for WooCommerce plugin. My objective was to encourage you to try it yourself and find out how intuitive the plugin is and that text button customization within a wishlist plugin is really possible in just 4 steps. Take this plugin for a test ride and let us know what you think about it in the comments!