Microsoft was previously reported to be testing a wish list feature on the Store which would let users save apps, games, hardware, and media found in the online marketplace for later use. Now, the software giant seems to have begun rolling out that option to Microsoft Store on the web and on the Store app for Windows 10 devices.
The wish list option does not come in the form of a button, though. It's in a text form that sits below the title of a game or app. In the screenshot above, it can be seen that the wish list text is located next to the Game hub option. However, the wish list feature has yet to appear on the Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 Mobile phones. Furthermore, Microsoft is silent about when the feature will hit those devices.
While the wish list text link is now live on the video game and app product pages in Microsoft Store, the feature does not appear to be functional just yet, with nothing actually happening when it is clicked upon. Moreover, it is not possible to see a user's wish list at the moment.
Along with the wish list option, the Redmond giant also previously tested a new cart feature which was officially added to Windows 10 devices and the Xbox One last week. These features are part of Microsoft's broader efforts to redesign the Store and make it more appealing to users.
Source: On MSFT