Fox Sports has confirmed that the US Postal Service is planning to “put a stop” to the use of its Twitter account and social media platforms as a tool for US Postal employees and employees of private companies to communicate with the public.
The USPTSB is currently working with Twitter to make the transition from its official account to the new Twitter platform.
A transition team, made up of postal workers and employees, will be tasked with updating the USPS Twitter account, which currently contains more than 2.2 million followers.
This transition team is expected to report back to the US Postmaster General (USPS) by the end of January.
The new Twitter account is expected be used for all USPS social media, including Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.
However, the new account is not the only Twitter account that will be affected by the transition.
The USPS is also planning to remove the USPS POTUS account from the new platform, which will only be used by employees of the Postal Service and their families.
This will be done through a transition team that will take over the current POTUS and POTUS family accounts.
This is expected as early as the middle of January, but will likely be a very long time in the future.
The transition team will also be tasked to work out a transition plan for USPS accounts that are not currently associated with USPS.
This includes social media accounts such as the USPS Instagram account, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest accounts, and all other USPSTable accounts.
The POTUS twitter account will be replaced by the new POTUSFamily account, a new account that is solely for USPOTUS employees.
It is expected that all accounts in the new family account will receive updates from the transition team in a timely manner.
There will also likely be an increase in the number of USPS-owned websites that are available to the public, with the USPS using its Twitter and Facebook accounts to promote the Postal Services.