USPS to transition to new platform to replace WebEx for teleconferencing

The Postal Service is transitioning to Zoom, a new teleconferencing platform that will eventually replace WebEx, the organization’s current online meeting tool.

Zoom offers reliable, user-friendly online video conferencing and teleconferencing.

“Our goal is to reduce in-person meetings and emails in favor of personalized video meetings,” said Chief Information Officer Kristin Seaver. “This will drive closer collaboration and better meeting outcomes.”

Beginning in March, all USPS computer users can participate in Zoom meetings they are invited to attend.

USPS computer users who have been approved as WebEx schedulers in eAccess can automatically schedule Zoom meetings. These users can access the new platform through Outlook.

If prompted to sign in to Zoom, users should select the “Sign In with SSO” button on the right, not the blue “Sign In” button in the middle of the screen.

After July 31, WebEx will no longer be available and users will be unable to access meetings and recordings stored on WebEx.

The Zoom Video Conferencing Blue page has more information.

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments