YITH WooCommerce Quick View

YITH WooCommerce Quick View allows the users to get a quick view of the product in which they are interested. The product details will be shown in a popup, so they will not have to leave the page they are currently on.

Activate both plugins and go to the Quick View ->General options to enable the quick view on the wishlist (don’t forget to save the changes).

How to enable Quick View on wishlists

Combining these two plugins allows users to access their product quick view in one click, straight from the wishlist, a popup will open with the selected product.


Quick view button in wishlists

YITH WooCommerce Save for Later

YITH WooCommerce Save for Later is a plugin that allows your customers to save products they added to cart and purchase them at a later time.

The integration between these two plugins allows showing the “Add to Wishlist” button in the “Save for Later” list.

To do it, you need to install and activate both plugins, then go to YITH > Save for Later > Settings and enable the option Show “Add to Wishlist”.

Integration with YITH Save for Later

Integration with Save for Later


YITH Add to Wishlist

The shortcode “[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]” loads the content of the “add-to-wishlist.php” template (the file is in the “templates” folder of the plugin), and prints the “Add To Wishlist” button in the front end.
Shortcode attributes are:

  • ‘wishlist_url’: (string) the URL of the page that contains the wishlist; it is showed only if the product is already in the wishlist.
  • ‘exists’: (boolean) it states if the product is already in the wishlist.
  • ‘product_id’: (int) the ID of the product to add to the wishlist with the button.
  • ‘product_type’: (string) it can take the values simple, variable or grouped depending on the product type (the default value is simple).
  • ‘label’: (string) the label to show inside the button.
  • ‘browse_wishlist_text’: (string) the label of the button that redirects to the wishlist. This is showed when the product is already in the wishlist.
  • ‘already_in_wishslist_text’: (string) the label showed when the product is already in the wishlist.
  • ‘product_added_text’: (string) the “product added” label, which is showed when a product is added to the wishlist.
  • ‘icon’: (string) the icon to show in the button (selected among the ones of font-awesome).
  • ‘link_classes’: (string) possible classes that can be added to the button. If it is a real button, the default class is “add_to_wishlist single_add_to_wishlist button alt”, if on the contrary is plain text, the default class is “add_to_wishlist”.”
  • ‘available_multi_wishlist’: (boolean) it states whether the multiwishlist feature is enabled.

YITH Wishlist Table

Shortcode “[yith_wcwl_wishlist]” loads the content of the “wishlist.php” template (the file is in the “templates” folder of the plugin), to make appear the wishlist in the page.
Shortcode parameters are:

  • ‘per_page’: (int) the number of elements per page (the default value is 5)
  • ‘pagination’: (string: yes/no) it sets whether to paginate the wishlist; in case this parameter is set to “no”, the attribute “per page” will not be considered
  • ‘wishlist_id’: (int) ID of the wishlist to show; the system will automatically choose which wishlist to show if no ID is specified
  • ‘action_params’: (string) used to alter the output of the shortcode; shouldn’t be used normally
  • ‘no_interactions’: (string: yes/no) “yes” disables any interactive element of the wishlist


The plugin has two widgets: YITH Wishlist Lists and YITH Wishlist Items.

  • YITH Wishlist Lists widget inserts in the sidebar the complete list of wishlists created by the user who is visiting the page.
    With the same widget, also the creation link, editing and search of the wishlist can be shown.

  • YITH Wishlist Items widget inserts in the sidebar the complete list of products currently added and available in the user’s wishlists.

This widget has different options that you can configure as you wish. You can choose to show:

  • an extended or a mini widget
  • the items count
  • only the items added to the default wishlist
  • the Add all to cart button
  • the View wishlist link


Popular products

All products included in at least one of the wishlists active on the site are inserted in a dedicated list available in the “Popular” section of the plugin settings dashboard.

You can see the following information for each product in the list:

  • Number of wishlists where the product is included (wishlist count).
  • When the last promotional email was sent.
  • Create a promotional email
  • List of users who have added the product to at least one of their wishlists.
  • Option to export users

Promotional email

For each product in the table, you can send a promotional email in one of the following modalities:

  • simultaneously to all users who added the product to their wishlist.

  • sending to a specific user, (click on “view users”) to choose from those related to the product

How to customize the promotional email content

By clicking on Create promotion, you will have the possibility to set your promotional email choosing from HTML or Text and customizing the main content. You can use the following placeholders:

{user_name} {user_email} {user_first_name} {user_last_name} {product_image} {product_name} {product_price} {coupon_code} {coupon_amount} {add_to_cart_url}

About the {coupon_code} and {coupon_amount} placeholders, it will print out the code and the amount of the coupon that you select in the “Coupon” section immediately below:

Export users

With the “Export users” option you are able to export all users that have added that specific product to their wishlist, in CSV format. You will see the user ID, Users email, first name, and last name.

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With Elementor you can easily add 4 widgets to a page or template.

  1. Wishlist Lists; where the customer’s different wishlists are displayed
  2. Wishlist items; a small list or Quickview which can be added to a side-bar, for example.
  3. Add buttons; when you create a product template, you can add the ‘add to wishlist’ button in your new and preferred position.
  4. Wishlist; this is the actual wishlist in table format as shown in the image below.