The SRO Mobile application, officially made available by the Post Office, allows tracking the delivery of an order and object by mobile. The app shows the entire evolution of the package path, informing the status of the moment and the treatment units that it has gone through, with date and time of the records. You can also view the location of each station on a map.
Searches made by the user can be saved in the application, allowing you to check delivery progress without having to enter the tracking code again. The app can even send notifications to the user to be notified with each change in displacement. Check out the following tutorial on how to track a delivery by phone with the Post Office app. Currently, SRO Mobile is only available for iPhone (iOS).
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SRO Mobile: Official Post Office app lets you track deliveries on iPhone (iOS) Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
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Step 1. Open SRO Mobile and tap the + icon in the upper right corner to add a new tracking. Then enter the tracking code, create a description for easy identification and tap Save;
Adding a code to track delivery to the Post Office app Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Open the search and see on screen the current delivery status and all track history;
Post Office app allows you to track delivery and show current status Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. Tap a treatment station to see its location on the map relative to your current location;
Map shows location of Post Offices through which the order passed Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. To enable sending delivery update notifications, tap the gear icon on the home page and activate the Automatic Notifications key.
Post Office app allows you to enable notifications to notify you that order has been delivered Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Ready. Take advantage of the tip to track a post delivery by phone.
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