Our WooCommerce wishlist plugin offers 3 shortcodes, that you can use in your WordPress website.

My Wishlists

To show the my wishlist on a page your can use this shortcode:


This will render the wishlist page, where guest or logged in Wishlists & items will be displayed.

Add to Wishlist Button

To show a wishlist button with a shortcode you can use this:

[woocommerce_wishlist_button product="PRODUCT_ID"]

Make sure you set a product ID into the argument of the shortcode. If not it will use the global product object.

Search Publish Wishlists

To show the WooCommerce wishlist search on a page your can use this shortcode:


This will render the public Wishlist Search functionality.

8 thoughts on “WooCommmerce Wishlist Shortcodes

    • Daniel Barenkamp says:

      A shared wishlist can only be seen when a user has the wishlist link. Public wishlists are searchable within our wishlist search shortcode for example.

  1. Andrea says:

    Is there any shortcode for the add to wishlist button that’s dynamic?
    I mean, i use elementor pro, hence i have a single product template that applies to all of them, so having to manually write the id of the product won’t be good.
    Kindly let me know, best regards

    • Daniel says:

      Yes Simply leave the product Argument from the wishlist button shortcode. It will then use the global product object.

  2. Michelle Lazor says:

    IF someone purchases an item off of the wishlist, will it be labeled as fulfilled or will it just be removed from the list?

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