Saturday, April 28, 2007

Tips for Better E-Mail, Part 4: Remove the Recipient!

When writing an important e-mail—one that you’re sure will be seen by a lot of people, even unintended ones—draft and revise with an empty recipient box. Enter the recipients only after you've carefully edited your message. This safety precaution will ensure that you don’t embarrass yourself by prematurely pressing send .

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