This is how the new Gmail shipment tracking is activated on Samsung Galaxy

The function of being able to track the shipments of products that you have pending to receive from the Gmail application is a reality (it was expected at the end of last year, but there has been some delay). The fact is that this option can be used even on phones and tablets, such as those belonging to the Samsung Galaxy range. We explain how to get it. One of the things that you must be sure that you comply with to achieve what we say is that you have the latest version of Gmail installed on the device. Otherwise, you won’t be able to execute the function no matter how much you want to. Therefore, go to the Play Store and check that you do not have any pending downloads of the most used email management application on terminals with the Android operating system. Once you do this, you need to run a few steps to enable the feature we are talking about. Steps to track shipments on Samsung Galaxy You must be very clear that you can only do this with the Gmail application (the option is available for both iOS and Android), and what you have to do is both simple and fast as you will be able to check below: Access the Gmail application from your Samsung Galaxy and, once in it, use the icon with three horizontal lines in the upper left area of ​​the app. Among the options that you will see on the screen, access the Settings or Configuration. The next thing is to select the email account in which you want to activate the tracking, if it is from Gmail, better than better, since in this way it ensures that the operation does not give you problems. Now you will see a list of options that you can activate in the application and, the one that matters to you in this case, is the one called Package tracking. Click on the box on the right so that its operation is activated and from this moment you will be able to view the tracking of shipments on a card in the upper area that is dynamic. In this way, you will know if the package is in transit or delivered, for example. Once this is done, you are finished. Google works with the main carriers that exist worldwide, but some locations may not send the information correctly to Gmail and, therefore, you will not be able to see the desired information on the Samsung Galaxy. But in general it works perfectly, even with Amazon, so this is a most useful and interesting tool. >