Best universal online registry tool?

Hi! What is the most user-friendly universal baby registry tool? Have seen Babylist mentioned a lot, also the Bump, Amazon, and I found Zola easy to use for weddings so wondering if that might work too? Features I’d like: - Easy to see if an item has been purchased - ideally pass through shipping info if on another site - Ability to do group gifting (ie for a stroller) Curious what you guys used and liked? Thanks!

  • Anonymous
    Dec 10

    We used target and amazon!

  • Yhanni
    Dec 12

    I used Baby list. And chose 3 stores... amazon, buy buy baby and Pottery barn. Instead of syncing the items to the baby list registries I added the registry links. Seemed easier for guests.... that way you didn’t have to go back and say you purchased the item on baby list. (I didn’t like that) so the items were purchased directly from amazon, buybuy baby etc... and you could buy a few at a time vs if done directly through Babylist. I guess I used it more like a website for our registries. Also, I really liked that I had a simple URL that I shared on our invitations, also guest could access all of our registries in one place with a click of a button. (Pics below) PS. Amazon has an option to contribute to a gift. You can go under settings and choose a price point to enable group gifting (contribute to a gift) automatically. We had that for a few things.

  • Christie
    Dec 12

    Amazon. They have everything. Baby List is good, too, but they really spammed the heck out of me. Target has great clothes, linens and blankets and their registry is well known and great for those who aren't "tech savvy" but still want to get you something from your registry.

  • Anonymous
    Dec 12

    I used Amazon mainly for simplicity's sake but I've also heard good things about Babylist. I think it's better if you prefer a more curated collection.