Here’s an example of a way to use one master shopping list for multiple stores (instead of creating separate lists for each store). Let’s say you have created a pharmacy store named FeelRight Pharmacy and a grocery store named GroceryMax. When you’re at FeelRight Pharmacy, you don’t want to see all the grocery items on your list. And when you’re at GroceryMax, you don’t necessarily want to see all the pharmacy items, although you might want to temporarily see them since sometimes you buy pharmacy items at the grocery store. Here’s how to set this up.
When you create your GroceryMax store, set its aisles up so that all grocery-related aisles are visible and the rest are hidden. By default, Shopper comes with a Pharmacy aisle and a Toiletries aisle so you probably want to hide those for GroceryMax. You can do that in the Aisles screen by tapping the Edit button. Do the opposite for FeelRight Pharmacy — hide everything except the pharmacy-related aisles. Then create just one shopping list with everything in it. When you shop at FeelRight Pharmacy, tap the FeelRight Pharmacy button at the top of your shopping list. You will then see only your pharmacy items. When you’re at GroceryMax, tap the GroceryMax button and your list will change to display only grocery items. Now, if you want to see those pharmacy items as well, tap the All Stores button and you will now see everything. The nice thing about working this way is that you only have to manage one shopping list but you can switch from store to store until you have checked everything off.
Shopper Support Team.