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It includes a picture of a shopping cart, a zero in the shopping representing the number of items in the cart, and a small black arrow next to the cart showing users that more information will be provided by clicking or hovering over the cart.
As you start shopping for the holidays, this feature is especially handy to keep your gift browsing and purchases secret from the rest of your family.
Probably something to do with the fact that I spend just about every waking hour on my computer.
No need for messy wishlist hacks; just add items to your cart at Amazon then send a code to your recipient.
Sharing was always intended to mean shared with members of your family living inside the same house, but there were few limitations to enforce that.