Google will now let you track your package on Gmail inbox: What it means. The news comes amid the holiday season, when people’s inboxes are overflowing with order and delivery information, tracking numbers, and even some delayed communications.
Google will soon allow customers to check their package tracking and delivering details right in their Gmail inbox, making it easier to stay up to current on the status of their ongoing orders.
Google recently launched a new function in Gmail called package tracking’s to assist consumers save time and keep track of their shipments.
The news comes amid the holiday season, when people’s inboxes are overflowing with order and delivery information, tracking numbers, and even some delayed communications.
Users will be able to monitor their “current delivery status” in their inbox list view in the summary card that will be available at the top of individual emails for all orders having tracking numbers.
Users will be able to receive shipment tracking updates straight in their inbox or Gmail settings. Gmail then uses the user tracking information to search up the status of their orders as well as display it in their inbox.
In the upcoming weeks, Gmail will display a straightforward, practical picture of the tracking and delivery details for your packages directly in your inbox. Gmail will prominently display your current delivery status for orders with tracking numbers in your inbox list view as well as a summary card at the top of each email. Most significant U.S. shipping providers will offer package tracking, which will give key information at a glance including the projected arrival date and status, such as “Label created,” “Arriving tomorrow,” or “Delivered today.”
Right from your inbox or in your Gmail settings, you may choose to get updates on the status of your packages. The order statuses will then be automatically retrieved by Gmail using your tracking numbers and shown in your inbox. By changing your Gmail settings, you can withdraw at any moment.
We also understand what it’s like to wait for a box just to learn that it was delayed. Gmail will assist in reducing some of that surprise in the upcoming months. To ensure you don’t miss a beat, it will proactively display a delay label and move the email to the top of your inbox (or a package).
Over the holidays, there are many things to remember. However, with these new capabilities and more to come in Gmail, we want to knock at least one of those tasks off your list, allowing you to spend more time enjoying with your loved ones and less time standing in line at the door.
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Can Google track packages?
In all the languages and nations where Google Search is offered, package tracking is also available.
Can I find out the exact location of my package?
Yes! You might be concerned about whether your USPS package is being delivered and whether it will reach its intended location. You may use Circuit Package Tracker to your advantage here. If you want to know the status of your shipment in real time, input the USPS tracking number into Circuit.