After refreshing Deliveries for iOS with full iOS 10 and watchOS 3 support and other nice-to-haves four days ago, Deliveries for Mac was updated on the Mac App Store with full support for macOS Sierra, Touch Bar shortcuts on the new MacBook Pro and more.
Touch Bar shortcuts can be customized for features like shipping company suggestions when you add a delivery, auto-complete for email addresses, a 1Password button when it’s appropriate and more.
Aside from macOS Sierra 10.12 compatibility (El Capitan 10.11 is also supported) and customizable Touch Bar shortcuts, the latest version of Deliveries has rechristened its background component that handles notifications into “Deliveries Express”.
Thanks to improvements in macOS Sierra, you can Command-drag the Deliveries Express menu bar icon to move or remove. You will also appreciate improved suggestions when adding a delivery, improved tracking number detection for GLS, LaserShip, PostNL and Yamato and enhanced recognition of UPS and PostNL links.
You can right-click a suggestion on the Add Delivery screen to prevent it from being shown as a suggestion in the future. The app’s Add to Deliveries extension will now automatically fill in item names for “Amazon – by tracking link” deliveries and it now works correctly on images in Mail that link to a tracking page.
Other under-the-hood tweaks include the following items:
- The list of calendars is grouped by source (for example, iCloud or Google).
- Fixed a bug where calendar events were updated more often than they should have been. This was especially noticeable with shared calendars, because you’d get frequent notifications about events being updated.
- The refresh status of a delivery is now shown on the right side of each delivery in the list, so the progress indicator is less obtrusive. When Deliveries is unable to update the status, you’ll see an alert icon. For an Amazon delivery, this often means that you need to sign in.
- Improvements to Amazon sign in. If you still have problems, please visit juncld.com/e3D8 for new troubleshooting options.
- If a delivered item can no longer be found online, Deliveries will keep the last known details instead of showing a “not found” error. We do still recommend you archive deliveries that no longer need to be refreshed.
- If you restore an archived delivery that’s no longer available online, it will continue to show the last known details, so you don’t lose any information.
- You can now use the escape key to cancel a search even if the search field doesn’t have focus.
- Fixed a bug where USPS shipments were missing a delivery date in some cases.
- Improved keyboard shortcuts in contextual menus.
- Fixed a bug where the background app didn’t always update correctly after changing the options in the settings—for example the menu bar icon might be missing.
- Improved some icons and other visual refinements.
- Many improvements to stability and performance.
This Deliveries for Mac update is free for existing users of the app.