New Printable List Feature

Last week we started using the printable list feature for the Drug Store Deals. I hope you are all enjoying this new feature! Soon we will start using it for some of the Grocery Store Deals too. It is very easy to use and here is a quick tutorial.

printable list click box

When you click on the check box next to an item, a little pop up box will appear in the lower right of your screen. It looks like this:

my shopping list

Go through the list and click the checkbox by all of the items you wish to buy. You will see the name of the item added to the pop up box. At the end you can click on the top checkbox that has the name of the store. This will ad the name of the store to the top of your printable list for reference.

A neat feature is that you can add several stores to the same list! Let’s say that I published CVS and Rite Aid around the same time and they show up on the front page of Madame Deals. Go through and check all of the boxes for items you want at both stores. This is where the store name checkbox comes in handy. You can use the store name to separate the deals but have everything print on the same page.

Once your list is ready, click print. A new window will open that displays your list and options for your printer. Set to draft to save ink and print!

my shopping list

Have you tried the printable list feature out yet? Please let us know what you think! If you have any problems, please let us know. The developer is still working on a few things.

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    • Madame Deals says

      Look at the CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens posts. Do you see the little checkboxes? Those posts have the printable list present. I do not have the printable list working on the store deals yet.


  1. Darlene says

    I love the new feature but most of all , Thanks for the hint about using “Draft” in the print properties. I have been printing coupons for a while now and never knew about that feature. It will save ink and money. Thanks again.

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