Browse anywhere through Judaism.com. When you see an item you wish to add to your registry, click the "Select Item" button.
You will be brought to your "Registry Basket" which shows all the items you have currently selected. You can add this item to your registry by pressing the "Add To Registry" button now, or you can continue selecting items for your registry and add all selected items at once. You may also select any items that appear on the left hand side of the screen by clicking on the links there. You can also change quantities or delete items you no longer want.
Please Note: If you have selected a set or series of books, after you press the "Add To Registry" button, you will see a screen asking you how you want the set added to your registry.
If you choose the Break Up option, visitors to your registry will be able to buy the set or series volume by volume. Those volumes purchased will be removed from your registry, so you will not receive multiple copies of the same book.
If you choose the Keep Whole option, one visitor will have to purchase the entire set or series at one time.
To change the option you have chosen for a set, you must remove it from your registry and re-add it.
Logging In To Your Registry
The next time you want to view your registry, go to JDC Registry and click on "Login To Your Registry". The first page you see when you log in to your registry will be the "Manage Your Registry" page. From there you can delete items from your registry, see which items have been purchased, modify your personal or registry information or access other registry management functions.
Note: Whenever you are logged in to JDC registry two bars appear at the top of the page. The one on the left indicates that you are logged in to your registry. This bar will only disappear after you log out of your registry. The dropdown on the right presents all the options that can be accessed from the registry, including logging out.
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