While some users said the website was simple and easy to use, others — particularly people who live in apartment buildings — reported problems in social media posts on Tuesday. The Postal Service said addresses not registered as multi-unit buildings could lead to difficulties placing orders.
“Every website launch, in our view, comes with risk,” Psaki told reporters during a White House briefing Tuesday. “We can’t guarantee there won’t be a bug or two. But the best tech teams across the administration and the Postal Service are working hard to make this a success,” she said.
Read the full article. A workaround is below. The solution also appears to work for people who live above commercial properties such as ground-level retailers.
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There’s a bug on the @USPS site that if someone in your Apt Building has requested tests, you are blocked from requesting as well.
Here is a solution;
Place your Apt/Suite # on the Street Address Line not Apt/Suite Line. pic.twitter.com/K8U2W9YoG5
— Netia McCray (@netiamccray) January 18, 2022