People have been tossing around the phrase "universal shopping cart" for a few years now. Here's how it's playing out today.
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Lyst, The Cools, The Fancy...it can be hard to keep them all straight, we know. Luckily, Lyst has just completed a new feature that pretty well sets it apart from all the other social commerce sites out there: a universal shopping cart. We talked to Lyst's co-founder and CEO, Chris Morton, about that and how shopping online is changing.
The goal of Lyst—which is less of a "site" and more of a "tool"—is to make shopping for clothes, shoes, bags and accessories easier and more fun. And with the launch of the three-and-a-half-year-old company's express checkout feature, Lyst is taking one more step toward that mission.