Keep internal office e-mail communications clear and efficient by asking everyone to stick to subject-line codes, says productivity expert Laura Stack (www.theproductivitypro.com):
By using agreed-upon acronyms, people will know the gist and priority of an e-mail, without having to open it first. Example: Your team could use <AR> for “Action Required.”
Here are common codes to help quickly convey the purpose and urgency of your message:
- <AR> Action required
- <EOM> End of message
- <FYI> For your information
- <NRN> No response needed
- <TYVM> Thank you very much
- <OT> Off topic
- <F2F> Face to face
- <MSR> Monthly status report.
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