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DJSTUBBS

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#277290 6-Oct-2020 11:37
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I buy my kids presents on trade me.  They also use trade me and it is always logged in to my account. So, basically the 'recommended for you' becomes a birthday present reveal.

 

Is there any way to edit items appearing on the 'recommended for you' section?


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Hammerer
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  #2580014 6-Oct-2020 12:01
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DJSTUBBS:

 

I buy my kids presents on trade me.  They also use trade me and it is always logged in to my account. So, basically the 'recommended for you' becomes a birthday present reveal.

 

Is there any way to edit items appearing on the 'recommended for you' section?

 

 

I haven't noticed "Recommended for you". Where do you see it?

 

I guess that you had the same issue with "Recently viewed" which does have an option to turn it off: "Remember my recent listings: Yes | No" https://www.trademe.co.nz/MyTradeMe/RecentlyViewedListings.aspx


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  #2580031 6-Oct-2020 12:26
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Its on the home page under watchlist - yes I turned off recently viewed

 

 

 

This is on my windows laptop by the way


 
 
 
 


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  #2580049 6-Oct-2020 12:49
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So you mean "Other listings you may like"?

 

Maybe, it's a long shot, opt out in the privacy settings and see if that makes any difference. https://www.trademe.co.nz/MyTradeMe/PrivacyOptions.aspx

 

 


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  #2580051 6-Oct-2020 12:55
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It only shows if you are logged in.
Make sure you log out when you are finished.

 

Set your kids up with there own accounts.

 

or Set your self up a "secret santa" account :)


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  #2580054 6-Oct-2020 13:06
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Also in the "set your kids up with their own account" camp.

 

That's what I did for our shared computer.

 

I don't know their passwords any more (once they turned 8 or so and could actually remember them I never bothered to learn them) and they don't know mine.


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  #2580099 6-Oct-2020 14:18
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Just sayin' 😉

 





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  #2580129 6-Oct-2020 15:18
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I am a member - Address verified even


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