How this VERY simple trick will save you time at the supermarket – and you’ll never have to visit multiple aisles again
- Woolworths has shared a handy hack to save time on your next grocery store
- Customers can create a shopping list in the Woolies app and sort items by aisle
- Woolies shared the hack in a video posted on TikTok which has since gone viral
A Woolworths employee has shared a handy tip to save time on your next shop and save you from zigzagging around the store to find a specific item.
In a video posted to TikTok, the employee revealed how to sort shopping lists by aisle in the store’s app.
The time-saving ‘hack of the week’ is available to anyone with a smartphone and can get you out of the store ‘in the blink of an eye’.
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In a now-viral video posted on TikTok, Woolworths shared a time-saving hack to make your next big grocery store easier
In the Woolworths app, customers can create a shopping list, select their store and sort by ‘aisle location’ to find out exactly where everything they need is
In the app, customers can start by adding items to a shopping list, then select “buy in store” on the homepage and set their preferred store.
Return to the shopping list and from the drop-down menu at the top, select Sort by “aisle location” and all items will be organized by their location in store.
“Keeps you on track to grab what you need and gets you out of the store in a snap,” the video’s voiceover said.
“Keeps you on track to grab what you need and gets you out of the store in a snap,” the voiceover of the now-viral video said.
The now-viral clip, captioned “A lot more time to play Wordle”, received dozens of comments from impressed buyers praising the “genius hack”.
“Omg I need this because I’m so bad at finding stuff,” one viewer wrote.
“It could have saved us a lot of time,” said a second.
‘How can I get my exercise zigzagging in the store?’ jokes a third.
“I use it because my boyfriend would take hours looking for stuff. Now he just goes to the aisles indicated and also gets the right marks,” another commented.