New Update to Informed Delivery

Email Notifications Now Provide Package Tracking Information

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Washington, D.C., Dec. 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Informed Delivery is a new innovation from the Postal Service that provides participating users with images of their household’s letter-size mailings before they arrive.  USPS recently introduced a new enhancement to this free feature.

 

Now, more than seven million Informed Delivery users have a new way to view and manage their package deliveries. Users who opt-in to receive email notifications can view their letter-size mailpiece images in their daily digest emails and also see tracking information about the expected delivery of their packages. Also, users are 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. “It’s another example of how Informed Delivery is meeting customers’ needs.”

 

Informed Delivery benefits the entire household, ensuring everyone is able to preview mail and manage packages scheduled to arrive soon.

 

Visit informeddelivery.usps.com to sign up for Informed Delivery and learn more about this feature.

 

The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products, and services to fund its operations.

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Roy Betts
US Postal Service
(202) 268-3207
roy.a.betts@usps.gov