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Timothy Burton
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Is there a way to save a personal list of games?

I would love to have a button to push, sort of like a "Watch this item" in eBay. I would then be able to organize them into games I have, ones I have interest in etc. etc.

I could then check the list when I am traveling and not just on my main computer.
 
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Nick Fisk
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That's weird. This bit used to mention Shire Games, and tell you all how wonderful we are. But it seems to have got deleted. Let's see what happens this time ....
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If you go to a particular game's page and then scroll down to the bottom of the page, you'll find a section called Collection.

In that section, are several check boxes, such as:

Own:
Want in trade:
Have for trade:
Notify me of content:
Notify me of sales:
Notify me of auctions:
Add to Wishlist:

As well as a rating box.

This gets saved in your profile and you can access it from anywhere.


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Jeff Wolfe
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Although it's a little more than just pressing a button, you can also create private GeekLists.
 
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Timothy Burton
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Ah, I see it now. Thanks!
 
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