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OrganizerSandy
OrganizerSandy

There are so many that could use your tips on email etiquette. They are always good to review for myself too. Thanks

BruceSallan
BruceSallan

I LIKE ALL CAPS! 

What I think is missing from too many email exchanges is an updated "Subject!" You go back and forth and forget where you are in the trail of emails with the same subject! I try to change them so it's easier for me and the recipient to recognize it's a new email - a follow-up!

AmyMccTobin
AmyMccTobin

I love email communicating, although many brilliant people have tried to convince me that it will die.  There IS a need for email professional etiquette, and yours is spot on.

profkrg
profkrg moderator

@AmyMccTobin Thanks so much, Amy. I don't really care for email. I see it as a necessary evil. However, I agree that professionalism is a must in email communication. I can't imagine that it's going to die. It's just way too efficient for most purposes.

I appreciate you reading and commenting. Have a great day!

Kenna

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