“Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” is a plugin packed with features that can sync your customer’s wishes and interests with the normal shopping experience. This boosts engagement by several folds, resulting in higher conversions. Customers can create lists or save the products that they wish to purchase or use for future reference. As a merchant, you get valuable insights of what your customers are wishing and which product is wished the most, and accordingly manipulate the marketing strategies. 


  1. The seller can enable or disable the entire plugin (and its respective feature) in just one click.
  2. Allows shoppers to create a list of products that they want to purchase in the future.
  3. The buyers can invite their family and friends to view or contribute to the wishlist.
  4. The buyers can add notes/comments for each of the wishlist they have added to their wishlist.
  5. The buyers can share their created wishlist on social media platforms.
  6. Admin can set wishlist popups.
  7. Admin can set push notifications.
  8. Admin can view all wishlists created by the customers, in the performance panel.
  9. Admin can track the products and their respective number of wishes made for them. 
  10. The plugin can be integrated with CRM such as HubSpot and Mautic.


You have two ways to install the plugin:

Automatic Installation-

In the WordPress Dashboard, follow the following steps:

  1. Click on “Plugin” in the WordPress side menu
  2. Click on the “Add New” button
  3. Search for “Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” in the search bar.
  4. Install” and “Activate” the plugin (developed by MakeWebBetter)

After the activation, a new menu with the name “Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” is added to your WordPress side menu.

Manual Installation-

If you have the plugin file in your system (either downloaded from WordPress.org or purchased from MakeWebBetter), you need to manually install it to your WordPress. 

Follow the steps:

  1. Click on “Plugin” in the WordPress side menu
  2. Click on the “Add New” button
  3. Click on the “Upload Plugin” button
  4. Upload the file and click on the “Install Now” button

After the installation, a new menu with the name “Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” is added to the WordPress side-menu-bar.

3.Plugin's Panel Options

The menu of “Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” is subcategorized into three sub-menu. These three submenus are:

  1. Configuration & Settings
  2. Performance Analytics
  3. Overview

**Note: The overview section contains no setting option. It only gives an overview of the plugin.

3.1.Configuration & Settings

After installing the “Ultimate WooCommerce for Wishlist” plugin, the WooCommerce store owner can manage all the settings of the plugin from this sub-menu. This has five options under this.

Let’s check all the options one by one. 


In this section, the general settings of the plugin are available. It takes less than a minute to set all the general settings and save them. All the general settings options are listed below and their respective examples are shown along with them.  

  • Enable/Disable: You can enable or disable the wishlist plugin by setting this toggle button accordingly. Save after making the changes. 
  • Enable Wishlist Popup: The wishlist popup can be enabled or disabled by clicking on the toggle button in the setting. Save the changes you make. When enabled, the popup notifications show up every time product is added to the wishlist. The popup has the option of “Buy Now”, “View Wishlist” and “Cancel” popup, which the users can click as per their convenience.  

Example: The below image shows an example of a pop-up notification that appears after the shoppers add the product to their wishlist. The available buttons are also shown on the popup.

  • Wishlist Position and View: With this setting option, you can decide where and how the “Add to Wishlist” option appears to your customers on your WooCommerce store. The plugin offers two view types; Icon and button. And, we will see both of these below.

From the drop-down menu in the “Wishlist View Type”, select “Icon Over Product Page”. A new option “Wishlist Interface Icon” is added just below it, from where you can select the icon you want.

The available icon so far is:

  • Heart 
  • Shopping 
  • Cart 
  • Star
  • Tag 
  • Like
  • Bell
  • Eye

Example: The image below shows how the heart icon appears on the product images after the respective backend settings are made and saved. The added products have a red-colored icon while the non-added products are dull black.  

If you want a button instead of an icon, select “Add to Wishlist Button” from the “Wishlist View Type”. Two new menu options appear below it. Both the options allow you to select the position where you want the “Add to Wishlist” button to appear.

“Wishlist on Loops”, allows you to select the position of the button on pages where products are present in list form (buttons appear in loops for different products on the same page).

The available options are:

  • Before Product Title 
  • After Product Title
  • Before Add to Cart Button
  • Before Product Section

“Wishlist on Product Page” allows you to select the location of the “Add to Wishlist” button on the specific product page. The available options are:

  • Before Add to Cart Button
  • After Add to Cart Button
  • Before Product Title
  • After Product Title
  • After Product Price

Example: The image below shows how the “Add To Wishlist” button appears for Wishlist on product listing (loops) after selecting it before the product title.

  • Wishlist Page: The plugin automatically adds a page to your WooCommerce store, and with the help of shortcode [mwb_wfw_wishlist], the page shows all the details of the product details added to the wishlist, in a well-framed table format. Further, to show wishlist details on any other custom page, the admin can paste the shortcode [mwb_wfw_wishlist] and the same table appears on that page as well.

Example: The image below shows the wishlist page that is added by the plugin.  


  • Additional Feature: The wishlist page has two additional features:

The wishlist creator or owner can invite their friends by adding their email address to their wishlist(s). The owner can give either the view or edit access, and the added person can perform an action based on that. The users can add comments for each product in their wishlist to give a specific note for that product. He can mention the quantity and set the priority.

3.1.2.Social Sharing

The “Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” plugin has a feature that allows users to share their built wishlist on social media such as Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, and Pinterest. The admin can set the size of the social media icons, and set the color they want. By default, the color is set to the original color of the respective social media.

Example: The image below shows how the social sharing button appears on the wishlist page of your WooCommerce store.

3.1.3.Push Notification

Push notification panel setting allows merchants to send push notifications directly to the user’s system. Use the toggle button to enable or disable the push notification. The admin needs to enter the API secret Key to make this feature functional. 

3.1.4.CRM Configuration

The plugin can be integrated with HubSpot and Mautic automation software. The related integration can be managed from this CRM Configuration panel. 

3.1.5.Advance Features

These features are counted in Pro-version. These advanced features allow buyers to create multiple wishlists, automatically send emails to buyers who have added their product to their wishlist, and send in-stock notifications. 

3.1.2.Performance Analytics

The “Ultimate Wishlist for WooCommerce” plugin tracks the wishlist-related aspects of buyer’s behavior and presents the details in the performance analytics panel in a well-arranged table format.  

The plugin tracks details in two aspects, which are:

  1. All Wishlist: This dashboard panel displays the data of all the wishlists created by the users. It shows the wishlist name, ID, date on which wishlist was created, modified date, owner name, status, collaboration, and properties with the name of the product.

Here’s an example of how the wishlists are shown. 

  1. Product Based Reporting: In this reporting panel, the admin or WooCommerce store owner can see the product-wise details of all the wishlists for the entire WooCommerce store. The highest count appears on the top, and the remaining products follow down the list in decreasing count order. 


  • Yes. This can be done by enabling “Wishlist Popup” which will show the item added to the wishlist as a popup after adding in the list.

  • Yes. We have two options for "Wishlist View Types" where you can change how the wishlist looks to the customers.1) Icon over Product Image  2)Add to Wishlist Button.

  • Yes, this can be done from the general settings of the plugin. Select the Wishlist Interface Icon from the available options eg: heart icon, shopping icon, cart icon, star icon, etc.



  • Our plugin has the feature of social sharing where you can enable/disable the sharing functionality to Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, and Pinterest

  • Yes, we have the functionality in our plugin where you can enable/disable the push notifications. The premium version of our plugin has the functionality to send custom push notifications.

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