Do's and Don'ts email storyboard

Do's and Don'ts email storyboard
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  • Do
  • Hello Susan, It was nice bumping into you today. Looks like we have a lot of catching up to do. Lunch? Best Wishes, Amy
  • Do
  • Hi Simon, I finished the presentation for our meeting Monday and I will send it to you shortly. Have a great evening! -Martin
  • Do
  • Hey Cara, Sorry this is a day late but I hope you had the best birthday yesterday! Best Wishes, Mollie
  • This is a good email because it is short and to the point. Even though it is about getting lunch it is still well written.
  • Don't
  • sup homie party @lisa's imma pick you up @9 -ur bro jason
  • This is a good email because it has enough information to explain what it is about  but it does not ramble.
  • Don't
  • i didnt do my hw!!!! need answers asap! ill put you on with the hot cheerleader as payment - quarterback tim
  • This is a good email because it is well written and the greeting and salutation are fitting to the topic of the email.
  • Don't
  • This is a very bad email because there is no capitalization, no punctuation, and abbreviations were used. Nothing about this email is formal or proper.
  • This is a bad email because it does not have any capitalization and it is just not right to say that you will "put you on" with someone.
  • This is a bad email because it is too long and no one would want to read all of someones problems.
  • Ashley, I have a problem and I need your help.I am going to tell you everything. blah blah blah blah blah blah -Cindy
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