If you have a Gmail account, one of the easiest ways to track your shipments is through Google Search.
First, make sure you're signed in to your Gmail account, and then head to Google and type, track packages.
Google will scour your email for tracking numbers and use that info to give you a list of everything that's on the way.
right within Google Search.
From there you can see the status of a package and click the link to go to the carrier's detailed tracking page.
There are also apps that let you track packages from a variety of carriers in one place.
Parcel, for iPhone, gathers all of your packages into one well designed dashboard.
Just enter the tracking numbers as you get them, give them a name, and Parcel will pull the information from the carrier's website into the app.
You You can track up to three packages for free, or pay $1.99 for unlimited tracking.
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