6 Email Etiquette Tips for a Better Outlook (Pun Intended!)

There are countless ways to keep in touch these days (texts, phone calls, social media, Microsoft Teams or Slack, and even good ol’ fashioned snail mail to name a few), but we all still use email as a primary channel to transfer information, links, and other resources on a regular basis. Over the last 20 years or so, it’s become an integral part of workplace culture — and it’s not hard to see why. With the ability to share files, set up meetings, schedule future messages, reach out to prospects and others outside your organization, change the layout/font/format, and so much more, the robust functionality of email means it’s here to stay.

By now, you likely already know your way around Outlook, Gmail, and myriad other email service providers. But do you still follow proper email etiquette? Here are some reminders to help you stay at the top of your email game and ensure your messages don’t go unread.

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