WPLMS Wishlist

With WPLMS Wishlist you can enable your users to mark the courses as favourite. These courses then appear in their profile – Wishlist section.

The courses in a users wishlist can be built into various collections, these collections can be shared on various social networks.



  1. Mark courses as Favourite in Wishlist.
  2. Personal Wishlist section in profile.
  3. Combine Wishlists by creating a collection.
  4. Share Wishlists on social networks.
  5. Set permalink slugs for Wishlists and Collections in Permalink settings.
  6. Support for this plugin is included in theme support.




Download Instructions for License and Automatic Updates :

  1. Purchase the Free product by adding the product to the cart and complete the order.
  2. You will get the plugin download file and a license code in the purchase receipt. ( http://prntscr.com/bmz7u8 )
  3. Install and activate the plugin in your site.
  4. Go to WP Admin – LMS – Settings – AddOns and locate the WPLMS Wishlist.
  5. Enter the license key and click activate. refer screenshot : http://prntscr.com/bmz85q
  6. Now the plugin is activated for automatic updates.


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