Figuring out what #EmailLoveMeans
This week, in honor of Valentine's Day, we've been sharing (and asking you to share) what "email love" means to you. We're uncovering best practices and throwing out some common courtesies of polite email ettiquette in general. Take a look at what folks are saying and leave us a comment or tweet us and share what #EmailLoveMeans to you!
#EmailLoveMeans forwarding a meme to your BFF if it includes an inside joke you share. Or anything Beyonce related. Same thing?— Priya! (@priyapappu) February 13, 2014
#EmailLoveMeans staying connected to my girls when they live across the country— Kathleen Blotsky (@KathleenBlotsky) February 13, 2014
#EmailLoveMeans not blasting people.— Emma, Inc. (@emmaemail) February 12, 2014
#EmailLoveMeans never having to say you're sorry -- unless you are, and then a sweet apology email goes a long way. Your audience loves you.— Katie Lewis (@kathryndlewis) February 12, 2014
@emmaemail “E-blast” still makes my skin crawl. And “please advise.”— Miles Price (@milesprice) February 11, 2014