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  • Do
  • I emailed Mrs. Jones but she didn't open it because she didn't know what it was about.
  • Did you include a subject line? That way she will know what it is about.
  • Do
  • I bet they didn't include a greeting or salutation.
  • I recieved the most rudest email today.
  • Do
  • To Boss, Hi, Mrs. Delaney, I finished filing the filing the folder that you asked me to complete. Sincerely, Amanda
  • Always include a subject line so that your email catches the recipients eye.
  • Don't
  • I responded to my boss's email by using "idk." If it happens again I'll be fired.
  • Always include greetings and salutations as a sign of respect and professionalism.
  • Don't
  • Do use your email for work and school. It is a professional way to communicate with your coworkers and fellow classmates.  
  • Don't
  • When composing an email, do not use text language or unnecessary acronyms. It is not professional and it makes you look unprofessional.
  • Why would you use text language while emailing your boss? 
  • You should not use emoticons in an email because it does not look professional.
  • I fell and hit my head once I received an email that contained nothing but emoticons.
  • Always be professional when sending an email. Only send one when you have a question or if someone needs to know something important. Not to start a conversation.
  • I should really teach my students the right time to send an email. One of them emailed me and asked what was I doing.
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