Bing: Track UPS, FedEx, USPS and DHL Packages

Microsoft’s Bing search engine makes it easy to track packages. If you have Bing as your homepage, then you have no need to go elsewhere for the information.

1. Go to Bing.

2. Input the desired shipper into the text box (UPS, FedEx, USPS, or DHL).

3. Click the orange button with the magnifying glass on it or simply press Enter on your keyboard.

4. Beneath the first result, you will see Track a package, followed by a textbox. Input the tracking number and click the Search button.

5. You will be taken to the desired tracking information for your package.

 

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  • mythea

    it is easier to use google to track the package … all you need to do is to google the tracking number .. you don’t even need to specify the service like fedex/usps/ … i think bing might also be able to do the same … just try searching for your tracking number