Friday, August 19, 2011

E-Mail Can Be Confusing

E-Mail Can Be Confusing
While E-Mail is great for communicating fast and easily, it can be confusing because the sender and receiver of such communications only see words ­ not gestures and emotions. Therefore, precision is central to E-Mail communications. Do not use capitalization unless it is necessary. Avoid sarcasm, as this can be very dangerous. For example, "What are you talking about?" can be construed in many ways: a joke, an attack or a sarcastic remark. Use a clear subject line, signature line, header, body and footer in all E-Mail communications.

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1 Comments:

At October 18, 2017 at 1:12 AM , Blogger NinaMeyers said...

I guess such thing as language line reviews can really come in handy for better communication and avoiding any misleads and misunderstandings.

 

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