Are you still using handwritten lists, Word documents, or emails as a Christmas list? Sure, it can be tried and true, but that's the old way of doing things. Do yourself and your family a favor and use an Amazon wish list instead.
Using an Amazon Wish List as a Christmas List has some advantages:
- The Gifter will likely buy your gift from Amazon anyway: Last year's Christmas, 76% of buyers said they spent most of their Christmas shopping on Amazon would do. At this point, it makes sense to have an Amazon wish list.
- The Gifter knows exactly what product you want: When you add items to your Amazon Wish List, you know that the Gifter will see exactly what you want, so there's a small chance, a wrong one To receive a gift.
- You do not have to bother twice to get the same gift: After someone buys something from your wish list, it will disappear No one buys the same item again.
- Your list will be automatically updated when you add it: If you add a new product to the wishlist, anyone who has access to your list will automatically see this new product on your list.
- It's really easy to share your list with whoever you want: You just have to copy the share link and give this link to anyone who wants your Christmas list.
Creating an Amazon Wish List
After you're signed in to your Amazon account, go to "Accoun ts & Lists" and then select "Your Lists."
Click "Create a List" at the top right corner of the window if you do not already have one. 
Next, select "Wish List" and give the list a name. Then mark the list as "Private".
After the list has been created, you can add items. On a product page on the right side of the window, click the arrow next to "Add to list."
Select your Christmas list from the drop-down menu. This item will be added to the list immediately.
Sharing Your Amazon Wish List
To share your Amazon Wish List with friends and family, open the list and click Send List To Other in the upper right corner.
From the pop-up, you can e-mail it or copy and paste the link into a text message.
 If you have this link, you can view your Christmas list and buy some of it.
Information about items on other websites
While Amazon sells just about everything, there may be unique items you may want to sell. Put up your Christmas list that Amazon does not sell. This is where the browser extension of Amazon Assistant comes into play.
After installation, you can visit the site where the product is being sold, and then add the article to your Amazon Wishlist using Amazon Assistant.
If the gifter has been added instead of a buy button for a typical Amazon product, it will click on "Buy this site" to go to the product page of the item you want, even if it's on a completely different website.