This chapter has been organized into three categories: Investments, Incentives, and Initiatives. Each category presents opportunities for collaboration with Amazon as we work together in building a long-term partnership to enhance the experience of both our residents and Amazon employees in the City. Boston looks forward to discussing this chapter in further detail with Amazon.
Back in July, The Verge discovered that Amazon was testing a collaborative wish list feature. Now, Engadget has learned that the feature is available for all users. "Amazon is excited to share that now ALL customers can build their Shopping Lists or Wish Lists together in one convenient location," the company said in a release. To invite others to collaborate on a list, all you have to do is create or navigate to the list in question, click on the " Invite" button and invite whoever you want. Once people are invited, they will be able to add and remove items from the list, as well as receive notifications on updates and communicate on the list.
Amazon isn't wasting too much time in expanding its 4-star brick-and-mortar concept, as it opened a second location in Lone Tree, near Denver, Colorado on Thursday. It follows the first store, which launched in Manhattan in September, and the company will soon open another in Berkeley, California. The store sells products that Amazon users have rated four stars or higher, ranging from electronics and kitchen goods to homeware and toys. Prime members can claim discounts on some items. The range also includes best-selling products from Amazon, along with trending new items.