Email may be one of the most effective and effective forms of communication on the phone. And this may be a major cause of workplace problems since rumors. If the email is used correctly, email is a really wonderful tool, but it is also a way to send impersonal and unnecessarily hard communications that can at least hurt the feelings of someone and, worst case, the causes of the termination.

Email is a monologue. This one-sided litany is a persuasive thinking that does not allow point-to-point discourse or debate. E-mails should be used the same way that we used the paper memories as early as possible, and e-mails provide news, updates, reports, and general information. They also used to ask, "Do you want to have lunch?" Egypt "What about last night?" These uses are generally harmful and do not cause harm. But sometimes e-mails have much worse meaning.

I've seen emails that criticize others. Those words that can never be said face to face or even through the phone send the recipient to the light speed. In many cases, the answer is the same or even more emotionally burdensome, starting with the many-annoying e-mail war.

Ah yes, the email war. Which office worker was not part of the flamboyant, often threatening, never-friendly electronic verbal warfare that repaired evil? I would say most of us have. And we did not mind the verbal space we used to use another office washbasin to avoid the unpleasant moment in space and time that you need to see the purpose of your verbal attack. If not, raise your hand. UH Huh. I thought. Here are some simple rules that I like to follow.

Do you KNOW THAT WE DO ALL TYPES OF ALL CAPS? Yes. If you send the e-mail with all the caps in the common e-mail protocol, you shout. I never use my e-mails.

Just because you use $ a S does not change the meaning of $$$, and effing is not a finer form of word F. And LMFAO is not beautiful either.

Your email is a live commemoration today. Everything you have written is now in space and you stay there after you die, so be careful.

Forward, cc and bcc
Everything you write can be forwarded to someone else. Everything you read may be called Bcc & d, and you never think that it's just "between us".

Reply to Everyone
Just be careful. I can not tell how many random replies have been given to any message I said to something like "The boss thinks so funny." Yes, that's all for the email and our future boss. Oops.

Prevents copying
Many email systems allow copying and forwarding. There is a solution for each individual. If you do not want to forward it, do not send it.

Three Email Rules
If you exchange more than three emails on a topic, call the recipient or visit it more. I'm confident that there are more tips for writing concise, effective work emails.

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