10 Email Commandments
Stephanie Semaan, Period 7
1. Have a Concise and Appropriate Topic - Don't steer to far way from the main topic of the email, if you must then you should send another email.
2. Don't abuse punctuations - Don't confuse the reader with more punctuation marks then needed.
3. Have a good motive to email someone - If you feel angry at a person that is not a good motive to email a person.
4. Speak eloquently - Don't embarrass yourself make sure your grammar and spelling are correct.
5. Send/forward serious email's - If it is a spam email don't send it because you will clutter their email.
6. Use "reply all" sparely - Not everyone needs to know your response, Use wise judgment and when it is appropriate.
7. Correct Capitation - Capitalizes your name and necessary places.
8. Have proper email form - Have your greeting, body of the email and signature line.
9. Only send the email to the people that need it - Don't send an email if you know the other person doesn't need it or already knows they can't help.
10. Include necessary information - If your sending an invite make sure place, time and all other necessary information is included.