WASHINGTON — Last week the U.S. Postal Service launched its latest redesign of the popular Click-N-Ship online tool, making it easier and faster for customers to manage and ship their domestic and international packages. Customers using Click-N-Ship will see a cleaner, more streamlined design that reflects the features of usps.com.
“Returning Click-N-Ship customers will experience a new and improved usps.com, while new shippers giving Click-N-Ship a try will find an innovative and smart and super-fast way to ship with the U.S. Postal Service,” said Kelly Sigmon, vice president, Channel Access. “It’s the simpler way to ship and can be found right on your desktop at Click-N-Ship,” she added.
One of the most exciting features of the new and improved Click-N-Ship application is the four-step progress bar that allows customers to easily track where they are in the “Print a Shipping Label” process. There also is an easier-to-navigate home page that provides quick access to the Shipping Cart, and the Shipping History landing page where users can immediately view their labels produced in the previous 30 days, and the new Address Book which can store up to 5,000 addresses.
Customers can also try the new fast path to Priority Mail Flat Rate Shipping and send their packages with fewer clicks. And, the “Ship Again” feature allows customers to recreate labels from their shipping history cutting the number of clicks by more than half.
The new Click-N-Ship increased cart capacity from 10 to 20 labels and a simplified payment experience. All shipments — domestic or international — can be paid for in one transaction.
The new Click-N-Ship offers a clean, open display, eliminating clutter for a simple transaction, yet has all the tools and fast paths needed to ship with just a few clicks.
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Click here to learn more and improve your next shipping experience with the redesigned Click-N-Ship — only from the U.S. Postal Service.
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