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5 practical recommendations when writing emails

1- Learn e-mail terms.

If you answer with the "Reply to all" option, you can send the e-mail; you will have sent the e-mail to all the recipients in the original e-mail. The "cc" (carbon copy) option in the Address section is the section where the contacts are added, although not directly by e-mail. The "bcc" (blind carbon copy) option is the section where you do not want the e-mail address to be visible to the recipients in cc or to.

If someone asks you to "forward" the email, it means send a copy of the email.

2- Start with the correct address to the e-mail.

It may be right to start with "Hi" (Hey) when sending a one-on-one mail to your friend, while in corporate e-mails;   Ms. Ayse, Mr. Ali (Dear Sir or Dear Mr./Ms.) will be eligible.

3- Write short and concise.

Tell the other side exactly what you want to tell them in a regular and conclusive way. Words in paragraphs such as "first, second, next, and, as a result" will make it easier to guide the other side when editing your email. Don't try to tell me every detail because it will make your job much more difficult. "If you have any more questions, feel free to contact me." By ending with a finish like this, you leave the door open for the other side to return to you.

4- Be kind and understanding.

Especially in the emails you request from the other side (discount, shipping, interview request...) Avoid words that demand, such as "I want it or can it be this way," instead words like "I'm interested in the position" or "thank you for taking care of it" will be perceived more positively.

5- End your email correctly.

Finishes such as "I'm waiting for your feedback", "Thank you", "Sincerely" will leave a positive impression on the other side.

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