The Writing Tips✍》
11 Format your email properly.
Use good email formatting structure. Write anenticing subject line so your recipient is compelled to open your email. Understand proper email salutations and closings.
12 Don’t email angry.
Yes, you might be irked at your colleague for dropping the ball on that project and making you look bad, but don’t send emails when you’re still fuming. If you must write when emotions are hot, do it offline. Walk away for at least twelve hours, then edit with a calm head.
Here’s a tip: Don’t treat email as anything less than an extension of your professional persona. The way you communicate in professional settings reflects on you in a potentially lasting way.
Grammarly’s tone detector can help you moderate your tone when you do come back to your keyboard. Get helpful writing tips and assessments of how your writing sounds to your recipient.
13 Proofread thoroughly before you hit SEND.
Typos and grammar gaffes make you look bad. Scan your email and fix errors before you send it. You’ll look your best when your correspondence is mistake-free! Your writing, at its best.Catch mistakes and make your writing shine.
14 Write like you talk, within reason.
Your writing should sound natural and fluid. Unless you’re communicating in a more formal context, write as though you’re talking to a friend.
15 Don’t ramble.
We just said “Write like you talk”, but there’s a caveat—don’t ramble. Avoid winding twists and turns, and don’t use filler words such as like, really, and you know. Good writing should get to the point and avoid fluff.