If there’s one thing I love most about the holiday season, it spreading joy and happiness to my family and friends by spending quality time with them and I love gifting them with the perfect items that I know will make them smile.
Since I live on the west coast and the majority of my friends and family are still on the east coast, I love sending them packages and gifts even though I'm far away.
I also love being able to track all of my online packages in one place and in real-time using the new Shopify Arrive mobile app.
This way I always know when and where my gifts are scheduled to arrive, regardless of the carrier or online store that I purchased them from, and there's no need to worry about going to multiple sites to track more than one package.
In addition to online holiday shopping, heading from one holiday party to the next, is another aspect of the frenzy of the holiday season, but in-between party-hopping I can easily check on the status of my packages using my Shopify Arrive mobile app with its simple, beautiful and easy-to-use design because it automatically syncs with my gmail email account and provides me with accurate, real-time package tracking, while I’m on-the-go.
During the holiday season, I also love treating myself to gifts and goodies that I find online, so I make sure to add those packages to my list on my Shopify Arrive mobile app. Thay way, I know when I need to be home to sign for a package, if needed, or when it’s been delivered at my apartment.
Plus, to make sure that my sensitive information remains safe, Shopify Arrive follows the strict industry standards for information security management which acts as a safeguard to my personal information. This makes me feel comfortable and safe while tracking my packages to my friends and family homes, as well as to my own place.
Happy holiday shopping!
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