The U.S. Postal Service has a new service called Informed Delivery® that sends users a morning email with scanned previews of the letter-size mail that will be delivered later in the day. Informed Delivery® from the USPS® is a free and optional notification service that gives eligible residential consumers the ability to see a preview of their letter mail, wherever they are, before it arrives.
How does Informed Delivery® work? What will I see?
Informed Delivery allows users to preview their incoming mail and manage their packages in one convenient, online location. Users receive email notifications containing images of the exterior, address side of incoming letter-size mailpieces that are arriving soon. These images are also accessible on the Informed Delivery dashboard at informeddelivery.usps.com. (Images of larger mail, such as catalogues or magazines, are only provided if the business mailer conducts a synchronized digital marketing campaign.)
Not only will users see their mailpieces, but the mailers also have an option to engage with users through digital marketing campaigns tied to their specific pieces. Mailers can include supplemental content that accompanies the scanned image and makes it stand out to the user.
To learn more about Informed Delivery and how you can sign up, click on the Fact Sheets below