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When the books on the wish list are green, they are auto-accept.
When they are pink they are on hold.
I have all of my books on auto-accept but one of the books on my list is in white.
What does that mean?
I'm such a dolt. I just figured it out. It wasn't on auto-accept. However, why didn't it automatically get set to auto when I put it on the list? All of the other books I add to the list go to auto-accept.
Last Edited on: 10/21/14 9:10 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Pamela, I think you mean you mean "auto-request" rather than "auto-accept", is this correct? I don't believe there is an "auto-accept" option on the site. Here is the Help Doc on the auto-request feature and perhaps your question is answered there.
What is the auto-request feature on the Wish List?
The auto-request feature on the Wish List will request a Wish List book automatically for you when it becomes available and if you have a credit in your account, skipping the email offer/confirmation step. Auto-request will work even if an account is on Vacation/Hold.
If you do not have credits in your account when an auto-requested book becomes available, the Auto-Request will convert to a regular Wish List (48-hour) offer. If your account is on Vacation Hold in this situation, you will be "bypassed" for the book, and you will remain in your place in the Wish List.
Why use auto-request?
How to Set a Wish List item to Auto-Request
To disable the "auto-request" feature for an item on your Wish List:
You can also set auto-request to be the default option for every new Wish you add to your Wish List:
There's an "options" button at the top of your wish list, underneath the yellow bar. Click on that to see if you still have your auto-request preferences set the way you want them.