Does this situation ring a bell? You look for the ideal gift for hours, find an excellent offer, and place the order. Additionally, you wind up going through the same motions while you wait for your product to arrive. Looking through your inbox for the confirmation email, locating the tracking details, and clicking through a series of websites to view your delivery status. Google just announced a new feature for Gmail that makes it simple to track orders you have placed. You don't even need to open the email to determine when the package will arrive. It makes it simpler to see your purchases without combing all your messages. It would be more convenient during the busy holiday shopping season. Offer of Gmail In the upcoming weeks, Gmail will offer a tiny green signal in your inbox to display when a shipment has shipped and when an arrival date is anticipated. More details, including an order tracking link and order details, will be visible if you tap the email. It will also inform you if there is a delay and provide the package status with labels that read, for example, "arriving tomorrow" or "delivered today." It won't be turned on by default. If you would like to enable the status updates, Google will show a pop-up that gives you the option. You if feel that you no longer need the alerts, you may turn them off in the settings. Further Reading \t MyShake App Warns Users before Earthquake \t 10 Best Competitor Monitoring Tools and Strategies \t How Fast Do Recumbent Electric Trikes Go?