Watch this Harvard Business Review video ‘8 Email Etiquette Tips – How to Write Better Emails at Work’ to improve your email writing skill.

It covers the following:

  • Why bother with email etiquette?
  • Include CTA in subject line
  • One email thread per topic
  • Manage recipients
  • Start with the main point
  • Summarize in your reply
  • Hyperlink whenever possible
  • Change undo send options.

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