Catch phrases used in Emails that are getting OLD!!

Folks reveal the email phrases they are sick of reading


These days most of us are forced to deal with hundreds of work emails on a daily basis, and more often than not we see people writing the same phrases over and over, so much so that we get pretty sick and tired of them.

Well, a recent Adobe survey asked folks to identify the email phrases they hate the most, and we bet a lot of people can relate. Topping the list is “Not sure if you saw my last email…,” which got 25% of the vote. Others making the list include:

  • “Per my last email…” – 13%
  • “Per our conversation…” - 11%
  • “Any updates on this…” - 11%
  • “Sorry for the double email…” - 10%
  • “Please advise…” – 9%
  • “As previously stated…” – 9%
  • “As discussed…” – 6%
  • “Re-attaching for convenience” – 6%

Source: USA Today

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