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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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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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Sindisiwe van Zyl 🇿🇼🇿🇦 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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Caitlin Sep 16
Replying to @jongeeting
Try being a Caitlin/Kaitlin/Caitlyn/Kaitlyn/Katelyn/Katelin/Catelin. I didn’t spell my name Caitlin as a mistake so you could correct me with Caitlyn.
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Mykael C. Wright Apr 24
You. Don't. Have. To. Reply. To. All.
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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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Monica Seeley Feb 27
If your email is long don't be surprised when recipients don't bother to reply.
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Swati Jul 16
A mail that calls me Hello....
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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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Monica Seeley Aug 8
Emailing late at night, then why not delay sending them until the morning and give yourself a chance to re-check them in case you have let your slip?
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Esmita Charani Oct 27
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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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Sindisiwe van Zyl 🇿🇼🇿🇦 Aug 21
Replying to @sindivanzyl
• if I ask for pictures, I'm not being a pervert. I'm being a medical doctor. I delete DMs and emails every single day. I will not breach confidentiality. If I do, you can report me and I can get into very big trouble
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Marcus Lattimore Jul 26
Simple skill but important skill.
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Tatiana Mac Aug 24
: When emailing large groups, I put folks in bcc: for a few of reasons. 💙 Privacy 💙 Preventing unnecessary reply-alls 💙 Privacy
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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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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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Martina J Sep 13
Wanna see corporate folks upset (and rightfully so IMO)? Keep hitting reply all unnecessarily. Just got 450 emails and half of them were people saying, “stop hitting reply all”! Some of the responses have been really funny but Lord Jesus make it stop😫🙏🏾
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copper media Oct 5
Anyone else write an email, realise how cold they sound, then go back in and ‘warm it up’?
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