A Zara website hack for making online shopping a total breeze has gone viral on TikTok and it's blowing people's minds.
If the Spanish retail giant is your go-to for everything from staple wardrobe essentials for building a capsule closet to statement pieces, you'll want to get clued up on the Zara website hack doing the rounds on the internet right now.
A clip shared on the video app features user @livbedz and her realisation that she had finally "figured out the Zara website".
Viewing the Zara site on a web browser is known to be a little confusing, with the large images of clothes for sale laid out with big spaces between them, meaning it takes a lot of scrolling work to even make it through one page. Or so you might've thought...
It turns out there's a little sliding tool situated at the top right corner of the website that, when dragged along, transforms the entire page into blocks of neatly laid out images. Online Zara shopping just got so much easier.
The comment section of the TikTok, which has racked up over 200,000 likes already, is full of fellow Zara fans mind-blown by the revelation.
"Omg…….. I literally never shopped or ordered online cause I didn’t understand how to use the website," one confessed.
"I feel like they could’ve mentioned this to us," another joked, while a third agreed, adding, "OMG NO. There’s no way it’s this simple."
Others pointed out that downloading the Zara mobile app is another seriously easy way to navigate their site, allowing you to breeze through the clothing options in simple swipes and scrolls.
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