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Out of office messages: Examples and what to avoid

It’s time for some hard-earned time off! Whether you’re headed for the beach or visiting family you haven’t seen for a while, wouldn’t it be nice to disconnect from the digital world for a while? But before you disappear, you can set up automatic replies for your emails so the senders know when they can expect a reply. more
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CC vs. BCC in email: Meanings and how to use them correctly

Cc and bcc can both be used to send copies of an email to additional recipients. But have you sometimes wondered what the letters stand for? Or have you steered clear of both because you aren’t quite sure about the difference between cc and bcc? We explain when to use cc vs bcc, how to find bcc in Outlook and your mail.com account – and the original meaning of cc. more
2,286 people found this article helpful.

How to write email invitations for a birthday party or event

Is your birthday coming up? Planning a party for your son’s graduation? Congratulations! Whether you are hosting a brunch for six or a barbeque for 100, the one thing your celebration absolutely needs is guests. And email is the perfect way to invite them. Learn how to write effective email party invitations in our blog post – with examples! more
283 people found this article helpful.

Professional emails: How to write an effective business email

Email is a basic tool that we all use in our day-to day business communications. So, writing a polished professional email to a coworker, manager, or client is an important skill – but it can take some practice to master. Never fear: By following these steps and examples, you’ll soon be writing effective emails in every situation. more
154 people found this article helpful.

Email greetings: Best ways to address an email formally and casually

As the old saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. And when it comes to writing an email, your email greeting can affect the way the recipient views you – and even whether they read your message. So, how do you address an email sender? Should you say hi in every email? more
412 people found this article helpful.

Professional email sign-offs: Best closing lines

You’ve just written a great business email with a clear message. But now it’s time to bring it to a close and leave your recipient with a positive impression. Did you know that professional email etiquette calls for an appropriate ending to your message? more
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Funny email sign offs – courtesy of Gen Z

Email sign-offs in the professional context can be seen as one of the most important lines in an email to make a good impression. Gen Z has taken this concept and revamped it to make fun email sign-offs and creative email sign-offs. These are not limited to funny ways to sign-off an email, but include sarcastic, weird, and cool email sign-offs. more
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Job search: Why follow-up after an interview?

Let’s set the scene: Imagine you have just nailed an interview for the position you have been dreaming of. Are you excited to see what the outcome will be? Well, you have to leave some time for the recruiter to process how great of a candidate you are. But a good rule of thumb is to wait between one to two business days before sending a follow-up thank you email after an interview. more
186 people found this article helpful.

How to email a professor: 7-step guide with examples

Students! Heading back to school? Do you know how to write an email to a professor? There will come a time when you need to email a professor. Whether you’re writing an email to a teacher or professor, no need to stress about it. more
141 people found this article helpful.

18 email etiquette rules: Essential tips for personal & professional emails

From professional greetings in email to a choosing the right closing, proper email etiquette can be tricky. Given the many messages we write, read and reply to every day, it can be easy to make an embarrassing mistake. But it pays to make an effort: Email etiquette helps you make a good impression by showing respect and appreciation in your communications. more
145 people found this article helpful.

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