Your Wish is Our Command: Murfie Wishlists!

Dearest Murfieans,

You asked, and we delivered:  we are very pleased to announce the launch of our Wishlist feature on Murfie!

When you come across an album that intrigues you, just click “Add to Wishlist.” An album that’s not in stock or not available for sale? Just click “Add to Wishlist.” An album that you’re not entirely sure you want to buy yet? Just click “Add to Wishlist!” Gettin’ the picture?

The album will be added to your Wishlist, which you can then see in the “My Collection” tab. If an album is not available on Murfe, our expert music-finders will get to work trying to source a copy for you—no extra charge. We love music as much as you do and want you to have every disc your heart desires!

If you had any outstanding trade requests in your account, those are also now Wishlist items in your account too:  we figured you wish you had those!

When a disc in your Wishlist becomes available, you’ll be notified via e-mail. Nice, right?

We hope you’ve noticed that we’ve been on a ROLL lately with new features (it IS March madness, after all)! Bam! Boom!! Bang!!! Hope you’re all digging that Unpurchase button too:

Wait ’til you see what’s next! :-)

The crew at Murfie

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Kayla Liederbach

I host a reggae radio show Wednesday nights at 7pm CT on 91.7fm WSUM-Madison called U DUB.

6 thoughts on “Your Wish is Our Command: Murfie Wishlists!”

  1. Hi Adam,
    The Wishlist is indeed in its VERY early stages. We are very excited to share this feature with Murfieland, and you’re exactly right, there is still some work to do. Please stay tuned for developments like those you mentioned. Hope you dig it so far!!! -Kayla

  2. This is great news! I found a few problems though.
    1) Most CDs I look up don’t have a wishlist button. Does it take a while to propagate to all CDs?
    2) After adding a CD to my wishlist, the CD info page now has two buttons: “Add to Wishlist” and “Remove from wishlist”. The “Add to Wishlist” button should probably disappear, right?
    3) Consistency: “Add to Wishlist” (capital W) and “Remove from wishlist” (lowercase w)

    1. Numbers 2 and 3 are bugs and will be fixed imminently – sometime today, in fact (fingers crossed!). We’re aware of the number 1 problem and are working on that too. It’s more complicated – but we’ll get it sorted out!

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