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Erika Braithwaite Jul 18
What is a reasonable proportion of sentences with an exclamation point that belong in a professional email? Asking for a friend.
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The Fussy Professor Jun 11
I get irritable when people spell my name wrong in emails sent directly to me. My name is spelled correctly in the email address. You can check yourself right there.
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Cyndi Munson Mar 27
Pro tip: when contacting a woman lawmaker, do not address the email using “Sir”. If uncertain, Representative or Representative Munson will work just fine. 🤦🏻‍♀️
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Sandy Malec Mar 7
Using StoryboardThat to learn Email Etiquette on Grade 6 Tech Lit Class.
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Ain Deheb Bensenouci Feb 15
Just a suggestion - when sending an email to someone asking for help/advice, please find out what their first name is. Starting with just 'Hi' seems a little lazy and rude, especially when you don't know the person...
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Swati Jul 16
A mail that calls me Hello....
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Jean Osberger Jun 13
When you write a terse email & sign off with "best."
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#JobAdviceSA Apr 9
Q2: How does one respond to a job offer via email? Question by: -
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Ania B Jun 5
Here’s a life tip: If you see that someone took time and effort to write you an e-mail or inquiry and wanted to be respectful of what you do, don’t be rude, write back politely if ur not interested instead of throwing out insults. Karma IS a bitch
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UofGHWAthenaSWAN Sep 26
now in place in but some terrific ideas here for using email in ways that improve both productivity & wellbeing
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Work Better Training Oct 12
The Culture of CC. Are you guilty of any of these reasons too?
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Ms B 🐝 Jan 28
IT peeps: how would you politely explain to a charity why its not best practice to CC you and 50 other people into the same email?
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Khadijah A TAMBAJANG Jan 30
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Mykael C. Wright Apr 24
You. Don't. Have. To. Reply. To. All.
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[Udemy 100% Off]-Email Etiquette: Improve Your Email Writing Skills for Work
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NAU Gateway 11h
It is important that you communicate in a professional manner when engaging with your instructors, advisors, and anyone in the campus community. Here are some tips that you can refer back to the next time you send out an email!
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Antonio Alvarez III Jul 20
Don't forget to unplug while on vacation… and have a little fun! :
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LaSalle Network Jul 19
9 out of 10 Millennials use emojis at work. Here’s when to embrace and when to avoid emojis in the office:
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LaSalle Network Jul 18
From smiley faces to poop icons, when is it OK to use at work?
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SM Jul 18
26 Commonly Ignored Rules of Email Etiquette
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