If you’ve already downloaded and starting using the Amazon app on your iPhone, then you know how convenient it can be to place orders through that app. Once you’ve signed into your Amazon account, it’s often as simple as searching for an item and tapping a couple of buttons.
But after you’ve placed an order, the next thing you are looking for is that item to be delivered. While you can open the app and check the Orders screen from the menu, you are also able to configure the Amazon iPhone app so that you get notifications when your item has shipped, and when it is delivered. Our guide below will show you how to enable these notifications through the app.
How to Turn on Shipment Notifications in the Amazon iPhone App
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 7 Plus in iOS 12.2., using the most current version of the Amazon app that was available when this article was written. This guide assumes that you have already installed the Amazon app on your iPhone, and that you have signed into it with your account.
Step 1: Open the Amazon app.
Step 2: Touch the menu button at the top-left corner of the screen.
Step 3: Scroll down and choose the Settings option.
Step 4: Select the Notifications option.
Step 5: Tap the button to the right of Shipment Notifications to enable that option.
You should now start receiving notifications on your iPhone when your items ship and when they are delivered.
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