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Etsy is a marketplace, but it’s also a place for community and inspiration. You can follow your favorite shops and tag your favorite items, but you can also follow your favorite people to see what items they are curating on their profile. In some ways, the updated Etsy Lists feature can act like Pinterest for organizing all your hearted items.
How to Use Etsy Lists
I’ll show you how I use and organize my Etsy lists. First, get familiar with your profile page. To reach this page, hit the heart icon at the top right of the screen. Next, search for an antique item on Etsy like you normally do. In my vintage lamp search, I found this handpainted parlor lamp:
To favorite and list your item, do the following:
1. Hit the heart icon inside the circle.
2. Hit the “Add to list” button on the bottom of the screen.
3. Add item to an existing list or create a new list.
You can use your favorites however you please. This space can help you decorate a room, pick out holiday gifts, or suit your fancy for vintage items. Here are some general category ideas you could start on your page:
- Gift Ideas for XYZ
- Living Room Update
- Things I Want to Buy
You could also add categories that relate to an antique era, like:
- Art Deco Finds
- Victorian Antiques
- MCM Items
For me, I like to organize my Etsy favorites using specific categories for antiques that might stretch multiple eras. For example, here are some of my lists currently:
- Art Glass
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If you get into the habit of adding every item to Etsy lists as you find it, your favorites will stay organized and easy to navigate. Check out my Etsy favorites page for some antique inspiration, and have fun!