E-mail Tips

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I came across a curious infographic that described various cases and what the language should be in each case. I am writing it down here:

  1. Delayed but not an emergency: Thank you for your patience.
  2. Guarding your time: Can you do 4pm tomorrow?
  3. You are welcome: Happy to help out!
  4. No advise needed: It would be best if we do "this".
  5. Lets talk rather than email: It will be easier to have a quick in-person discussion about this.
  6. Did you understand? If you have any questions, let me know.
  7. Delay by others: When can I expect an update on this high priority task?
  8. My error: Thanks for catching the error and letting me know.
  9. I'm busy: I have to leave for "something immovable" at 1255pm sharp.