USPS has introduced a mobile-friendly version of Link, its daily news service.
Employees can go to link.usps.com to see the latest stories and videos on their work or personal smart phones and tablets. This will help USPS deliver news to employees who don’t have regular access to postal computers.
“The new mobile version of Link will provide us with a valuable communications channel, allowing us to offer employees the latest news about the Postal Service,” said Corporate Communications VP Janice Walker.
This week, USPS mailed employees a postcard announcing Link mobile. The card has a QR code that employees can scan to sign up online.
Once employees provide a work or personal email address, they’ll receive weekly Link mobile emails with recent stories and videos.
Employees with postal computers will continue to receive daily Link emails. The site’s desktop version also has been improved, including larger images on the front page.
Link mobile is designed and intended for personal use. Employees shouldn’t use the site to assist their performance of work for USPS.
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