Introducing My Favourites, new discovery possibilities and more

Written by Shaun | 21 April 2023

Get acquainted with the latest updates and features on Catawiki – from following your favourite collections and sellers to inspirational new ways to browse more of the objects you love.

Introducing: My Favourites

You can now track your favourite objects, follows, and saved searches in one place to make sure you never miss out on the objects you love. 

To access your My Favourites page, select the ‘heart’ icon or access via the account navigation menu. In one handy overview, you can:

- Track objects you’ve favourited

- Manage your search alerts

- View auctions, collections, and sellers that you follow

Stay up-to-date on your favourite collections

Lover of all things 70s, or maybe you’re a sports super fan? You can now pursue your favourite passions easier than ever before by following your favourite Catawiki collections.

To follow a collection, simply select the ‘Follow’ button on top of a collection page and you’ll be able to stay up-to-date via My Favourites. 

Recommended for you: Browse more of the objects you love

In need of some inspiration, or prefer to browse a wide range of objects within your interests? Try out the new Recommended for you feed. Updated daily, you can scroll endlessly through a personalised curation of objects matching your interests and passions. 

An inspirational new way to find your favourite gems – including ones you might have missed – you can start browsing through your personal recommendations directly from the homepage. 

Follow your favourite sellers

Want to stay posted when a specific seller has new special objects in auction? You now have the option to follow a seller directly from the Object Detail Page. The seller will then be added to your My Favourites page. Clicking the seller’s username will also allow you to explore their entire selection in auction, helping you to find new treasures within your interests. 

More visually intuitive search filters

When searching for objects, you can now get a clearer overview of the search filters you’re using – they’ve been giving more visibility on the search results and category pages, making it easier for you to add, remove and/or change filters when you’re on the hunt for your next treasure. 

Filter search results by seller location

Prefer to bid on special objects sold from within your region? You can now filter by seller location when searching – particularly useful if you’re looking for faster and more affordable shipping options. 

If you’re curious to know what’s selling in your country this week, you can also browse local collections.

Browse your favourite brands

Whether you’re a LEGO fan or an avid collector of Rolex watches, you can now explore objects from iconic brands directly from the homepage. Featuring creators and brands that are most in-demand among the Catawiki community, enjoy a new way to stay on top of what’s trending.

For iOS users: Track your favourite objects via the Live Activities Widget

When using the Catawiki app on iOS 16 or higher, the recently introduced Live Activities Widget allows you to easily view the status on objects you’ve bid on/favourited directly from the lock screen. If you’ve been outbid, you can save time by placing another bid on the widget in less than 3 clicks. The widget can be enabled after confirming a bidding on your phone and going through the necessary steps. 


Download the Catawiki app and discover special objects anytime, anywhere (App store / Google Play Store) or register as a seller.

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