Inside The Insider – Episode 09

What’s been happening this week inside WishList Insider?

As everyone knows, the new version of WishList Member has been released!  BUT do you also know that there is a very useful tool that has been released WITH the new version?  AND if you are running WishList Member 2.3 then you already have it!  Watch this week’s episode for more details.

Join our co-hosts Faye and Wray (colour-coded to represent their support of the World Cup) as they run through the happenings of the past week within the Insider.

Translation: Wray tries to fit in with Faye and the rest of the soccer-loving office.

They discuss…

  • The very useful tool within the new version of WishList Member
  • A new video tuorial for advanced users
  • A two month anniversary
  • The World Cup (Super Bowl???)

Click below to view this week’s episode.

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Links/Info mentioned in this week’s episode of iTi:

API Documentation

Video Tutorial: Custom Profile Explained Post


  1. Ken Geers says:

    Wray I’m lining up with you.

    Go Netherlands!

  2. JB says:

    Please make the API available as a PDF download. That would be good. 🙂

    • Wray says:

      This is a good idea and one that crossed my mind when I was adding the link to this post.

      We’ll look into this for sure, @JB

  3. “soccer” – lol 🙂

    I think it is quite amusing that the USA decided to “invent” a sport that had already existed for hundreds of years.

    Football is the most popular sport on the planet – measured by live event spectators and by TV audiences.

    I even think it began with decapitated heads being put into a cloth sack and then kicked around a field.

    Ahhh, the good ole days 😉

  4. @Wray, I’m not a big sports fan – so I’m with you! Soccer / Football – Australia has four ‘variants’ on Football and what it means depends on where you live, and your cultural upbringing. The Brits mean Soccer, Victorians mean AFL, Sydney siders generally Rugby League, those in a Profession (Lawyer / Doctor etc) typically mean Rugby Union…. Where we live, it could mean any of these because we have such a broad community!

    The API is great – thanks guys, it’s a great resource.

    @Faye, excellent tip about watching the dashboard for the update. It took me a few seconds to realize you meant the WLM Plugin Dashboard on our websites. Just too many Dashboards!!! Would it be possible to have a link added to our members area on the wishlist products site as well???

    • Wray says:

      Rugby blows my mind when I see it! I wouldn’t last long during a rugby match 🙂

      Glad you are liking the API as well!

    • Faye McLaren says:

      We will definitely look into putting that link in the members area.

      I was so confused when I was in Australia what type of ‘football’ they were referring too as well! Then of course everything becomes shortened and now referred to as ‘footie’ – so confusing!

  5. Go the aussies! Yes I think it’s fair to say that Australian’s are for the most part very passionate about there football, in all its variations.

    Thank you for the mention guys 🙂

    Pete Markovic

  6. Wray:

    Love the idea of wings and a brew at the tavern. Lots of cheering and an all round good time. Let some one else do the driving home part.

  7. I love how you guys always encourage new users to interact on the site. That’s something I’m going to be teaching my clients to do.

    • Wray says:

      We genuinely like to hear from new people. It’s exciting to get new voices (of course, we still like to hear from the people that have been around for a while too ;))

  8. Larry Ott says:

    Love the show guys… maybe you could take a look at this thread and give us an update. Scared to install 2.3 if sequential upgrades to modules are still a problem.

  9. Deb Augur says:

    Hey Faye, Spain won!

  10. Good stuff… looking forward to the API.

    BTW: Did I miss Episode 8?

  11. Dave Jackson says:

    Maybe I’m just a grouch (or that I don’t watch football/soccer, and I’m lacking serious sleep). But there was a lot of info about “Soccer” and um not so much on Wishlist. The show was more or less 6:30 and a good 2:00 was soccer (the show didn’t really start till 1:30). While I deeply appreciate the effort of trying to make this entertaining, I would prefer more of a direct approach. That’s just me. Love you guys. 🙂

    • Wray says:

      Thanks for the input @Dave. As usual, we are doing our best to toe the line between entertaining and informative with iTi.

      Everyone has different ways of taking in and enjoying content, so we’re trying to connect with as many people as possible with these videos by trying different things. This week we tried tying in the World Cup as it was a big part of social consciousness.

      We’ve done about 10 of these shows so far with various approaches and themes and some people like particular episodes more than others. It’s the same reason Baskin Robbins has more than vanilla and chocolate ice cream 😉

      It’s my hope that people will enjoy the majority of the episodes we produce.

      Thanks @Dave!

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