USPS will respond to your quiet time request with "USPS Text Tracking, Quiet Time Enabled". To remove the quiet time preference at any time, even during the standard Quiet Time hours mentioned above, text "Awake" to 28777 (2USPS).
USPS will respond to your request with "USPS Text Tracking, Quiet Time Disabled". Mobile device initiated request: when a customer requests Text Tracking via their mobile device, USPS will provide a single text response with the latest tracking activity for the package.
If you send a "STOP" request to 2USPS, you will need to opt-in again prior to participating in USPS Text Tracking.
Additionally, if you make your request via usps.com, you will be required to reply "YES" to a welcome message to confirm that you do, in fact, want to participate.
USPS plans to support Text Tracking for additional international users with future enhancements.
To participate in Text Tracking, you do not need a account.
If a user would like additional updates on that package, a subsequent request needs to be sent.
Or, the user must provide a keyword to request additional activity.
These fall into several different categories: Delivery Date USPS has enhanced Text Tracking such that upon first request for status updates, you will receive the scheduled, expected, or updated delivery date information that USPS has for the item.The chart below provides the allowable keywords to be used in conjunction with a specific tracking number and explains the response.The keyword must follow the number (e.g., 9205512345678912345678 DND). Text "KEYWORD" to 28777 (2USPS) to get this listing of definitions sent to your mobile device.Option 3: a user may request Package Delivered updates on their package, which means that a Text Tracking message will be sent to the user's mobile device once the package has been delivered.Option 4: a user may request Available for Pickup updates on their package, which means that a Text Tracking message will be sent to the user's mobile device when the package is available for pickup.