Hi Anna. You’re basically describing Amazon’s Universal Wish List feature. There are 3 easy ways to start adding items from other online stores to your Amazon Wish List:
1) You can install a Firefox add-on, or a Google Chrome or Safari extension to your browser toolbar.
2) You can install the Amazon “Add to Wish List” button to your bookmarks toolbar.
3) You can visit online stores that feature Amazon “Add to Wish List” links or buttons on their product pages and save items directly to your Amazon Wish List.
Once you’ve created your public Wish List on Amazon, anyone will be able to view it by searching for your name or email address. They won’t need to sign up for an Amazon account in order to view your Wish List. For example, here is my public wish list.
My birthday is coming up soon :)
I hit “like” (or a heart, or a star, or a WHATEVER) on any item I run across on any site on the internet and it gets compiled into a wishlist registry somewhere in the magical world of servers and tubes.
Then somebody else (my mom, my bf, my 1st grade teacher, my WHATEVER) types in my name, the…