Ten email netiquette tips


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Ten email netiquette tips

Composing an e-mail to suit your audience is a vital part of communicating your message. If your e-mail is unpleasant to read, hard to find, or lost among a sea of other e-mails, you will have wasted your time and not accomplished your goal. Further, e-mail is a one-way medium. When writing, we cannot see or hear the recipients, which is vastly different that the telephone or being face to face. To help overcome this, here are my top 10 tips for e-mail netiquette. On the left is the poor example, and on the right you'll find the improved one. Number one, make subject lines meaningful.

Make sure your subject lines are useful, uniquely describing the contents of the message. "Our meeting" is not a good subject line; neither is "attached," as we can see on the left. But the 2011 Northern California - Budget and Goals (Draft), that is. A well-written subject line will be easier to find if you need it later. It will certainly speed up searches, and if somebody is scann...

Ten email netiquette tips
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Ten email netiquette tips provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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