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IG sindivanzyl 🇿🇼🇿🇦 Aug 21
Before I work ... I just wanted to say a few things 😊 • when you message me please do not apologise. I have put myself out there as a medical doctor that advises on medical issues. So don't apologise for your story or your grammar or whatever.
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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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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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Meghan Sawyer Mar 1
In college they should teach the difference between “reply” and “reply all”
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Amy Holland 25 Oct 17
Observation: if you ask for a "read" receipt I probably won't send you one.
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Wordzen 10h
Here are step-by-step instructions for setting your out-of-office message, . As for writing the perfect out-of-office message — well, you know where to turn 😉
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Kseniya Lifanova Mar 7
I get weirdly excited when I get to write "moving you to BCC" in an email because it makes me feel like an adult :)
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Emma Morris Aug 22
-Holiday upcoming -Inbox overwhelmed -Shall I update my Out of Office to say: "I am on holiday. I cannot read your email. Your email will be deleted. Please contact X or Y if it's really important, or resend the email after I'm back in the office"
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Ms. Emma Timms Aug 30
Today my students practiced , first by drafting emails on paper in groups based on a scenario and then sending me real emails that introduce themselves! I can’t wait to read them!
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copper media 5 Oct 17
Anyone else write an email, realise how cold they sound, then go back in and ‘warm it up’?
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Tracey Lam Oct 18
Just because I hand you my business card at a networking event doesn’t mean I’m giving you permission to add me to your mailing list.
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Esmita Charani 27 Oct 17
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Marcus Lattimore Jul 26
Simple skill but important skill.
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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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Liza Suloti Dec 7
Please don’t be that person that selectively answers questions in an email. Respond to all or don’t respond. “Thx for confirming this one thing, but what about my 6 other q’s?”
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Tatiana Mac Aug 24
: [it's top of mind!] Ask people permission before setting up introductions. Usually it's okay, but you should never presume that you are allowed to give out their information or that they want that introduction.
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Shelbi Gomez Oct 5
Is it too much to ask for people to learn the art of the BCC: when sending out a blanket email? Even more, is it too hard to learn you don’t have to “reply all”!?!!
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Eileen Cramer Dec 7
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Karah Kay Jan 13
My most recent pet peeve is when you reach out to someone, and you ask a question, and they never respond to it.
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Sarah Owermohle Mar 9
Important question: which sign offs do you find rude? I though "regards" was frosty, but tells me "thanks" is the bad one--and I use that all the time. I will be paralyzed by email anxiety until someone responds.
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