Join Judy Steiner-Williams for an in-depth discussion in this video Checking your message, part of Writing Email.
…You planned your email's personalized content, you composed your complete, easy…to read message, and now you're ready to hit the Send button.…Wait, not quite yet.…Once you hit that Send button, the email is gone.…Before hitting Send, you need to complete that all important final step.…Check your message.…What should be checked?…Simple checks include reading for omitted words such as,…you will need submit two ideas for Monday's meeting.…Reading this aloud would have alerted you that to was omitted.…
Reading for wrong words.…Please submit you three ideas for Monday's meeting.…Of course, you needs to be your.…Look at this one.…Connie Smyth and Seth McMain ate the only security personnel on duty at 8 a.m.,…thanks.…Striking the letter t rather than r makes a big difference.…Look at the message's mechanics.…The meeting Friday is required all employees need…to plan to stay from 2 to 4.…This sentence would be identified as a run-on sentence.…
The grammar alert would probably suggest that it'd…be corrected to, the meeting Friday is required.…
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- Using email as a communication tool
- Understanding the right time and the right tone to strike
- Crafting strong subject lines and messages
- Respecting confidentiality
- Copying and bcc'ing
- Including attachments<br><br>
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