Amazon package tracking not updating
With Amazon so hellbent on you buying things from them and using devices like Alexa to make the process much easier, you would imagine the connected speaker would come out of the box with some package-tracking features. Asking Alexa where your packages are or for a status update on any of your orders doesn't yield anything of use.
It typically directs you to check the status of your orders via the Amazon mobile app or For this to work, you will first need an account with Easily Do, which is a digital assistant, similar to Google Now.
And to get Alexa to update you on the status of your packages, say one of these three commands: Alexa will ask you to confirm you want to hear package tracking information and it will return a simple status update for each package headed your way, such as, "Package from Amazon is on the way and will be arriving tomorrow."Editors' note: This story was updated on April 7, 2016 to clarify that you do not need the mobile application to create an Easily Do account and can create one after adding the Package Tracker skill to Alexa.
As a buyer, it means you’ll be able to track a package’s progress through your Amazon account portal, and Amazon is responsible for customer service and product returns.
If you buy from a third-party seller whose items are not fulfilled by Amazon, you are protected by the company’s A-to-Z Guarantee Protection.
To make an A-to-Z claim, you first need to contact the seller through your Amazon account, then give the seller 48 hours to respond.
If the seller doesn’t give you a satisfactory response, you can file a claim.
Search for amazon package tracking not updating:
Choose which type of email account you want to connect -- Gmail, Yahoo, Exchange, i Cloud, IMAP or Hotmail -- and tap the icon. Approve the connection and repeat for any additional accounts you want to automatically track packages with.