USPS adds package tracking function to Informed Delivery service

Informed Delivery now allows users to track their packages.

The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced that users of its Informed Delivery service can now see information about the expected delivery of the packages.

More than seven million USPS customers have opted into the Informed Delivery service, which sends them email notifications with images of their household’s letter-size mailings before they arrive.

Now, users are also able to track package deliveries, leave delivery instructions and schedule redelivery from the online Informed Delivery dashboard.

“Our customers can now use their Informed Delivery emails to see the delivery status of their incoming packages and when they’re expected to arrive,” explained Production Innovation Vice President Gary Reblin.

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