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Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
Lis 557 email etiquette
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  • 1. Email Etiquette Molly Mauer January 8, 2010
  • 2. Email is used in place of phone and paper communication. It is used in personal and professional settings. Email has become a standard form of communication.
  • 3. Provide clear communication. Keep email communication safe. Keep a polite tone. The purpose of email etiquette:
  • 4. In a professional setting, use Standard American English, punctuation, and capitalization. In a personal setting, consider the recipient before using acronyms such as LOL or IDK . Provide clear communication I:
  • 5. Provide clear communication II: Fill in the recipient's email address last to prevent sending unfinished or unrevised messages on accident. Break up long messages with paragraphs or a bulleted list. Let the recipient know if you would like a response at the end of the message.
  • 6. Provide a detailed subject line so the recipient does not delete the message as junk mail. If you do not know the recipient well, let them know how you got his/her email so they can distinguish it from junk mail. Never ask for personal information such as SSNs, passwords, or account numbers. Email safety I:
  • 7. Consider email a public forum—once it is sent, it cannot be deleted completely. Give out your email address with caution. Email safety II:
  • 8. Use sarcasm with caution. Remember that the reader cannot see your facial expressions or hear your tone of voice. In a personal setting, consider using emoticons when appropriate. Keep a polite tone I:
  • 9. Email isn’t the most personal form of communication. Some consider it bad etiquette to send upsetting news, sensitive information, or important announcements via email. Keep a polite tone II:
  • 10. For further reference, please watch the video in the next slide. Advanced email etiquette:
  • 11. Any Questions?

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