Wishes have no end but it is good to set a target date to make them happen, otherwise they remain in the mind or scribbled in some old diary. Wishberg, the Mumbai based consumer startup that allows users to build their ‘One wishlist for Life’ is trying to make it easy with the launch of a new feature – Future Timeline.
The recently launched feature will allow Wishberg users to add a date to every wish and map it to their Future Timeline. This allows users to visualize the future story of their life by giving deadlines to their wishes and effectively turning them into goals for life. The wishes are plotted on to a future timeline, while the wishes completed by the users are marked to their past timeline.
Excited to add some wishes to your Future Timeline then next time when you add wishes just add a time duration to your wishes provided in the dialog box. You can also hover over the section ‘Me & My Wishberg’ to find your My Future Timeline. Along with viewing your future wishes, you can mark it done or comment on it or share on other social networks too.
Wishberg has also taken care of the security by making the Future Timeline feature as private by default. However, users can change this option and enable everyone to view their timeline by making it public.
The new feature also sets the further product roadmap for Wishberg, shared Pravin Jadhav, Founder of Wishberg. He added that, “A wish with a date is a goal. The future timeline is based on this, it pushes users not just to build a wishlist of things they fancy about, but goals they want to achieve in their entire life time. The future timeline sets the further product roadmap for Wishberg and will have many interesting features lined up to be released before end of this year.”
According to Kulin Shah, Co-founder at Wishberg, the new feature will enable users to decide their short term and long term wishes and help them plan better towards completing them.
The new feature comes a month after the startup decided to make wishing simple with one wish at a time rather than curating wishes of the high involvement categories such as Travel, Cars, Bikes, Gadgets, etc. The later was making the process complicated for users.
“In a bid to make the concept of ‘wish’ simpler, we also have discontinued experiences and reviews that showed up earlier. We are concentrating now only on one unit – Wish. It exists in two states – a wish, or a wish that is complete!” shared Pravin, while discussing about the change.
The new feature adds up to the exciting product that Wishberg is turning into. So go ahead add some future wishes on the platform and make them count.