Email Etiquette\nThe rules which indicate the \u201ccorrect\u201d way to behave in a certain time and place.\n\nWithout immediate feedback your document can easily be misinterpreted by your reader, so it is crucial that you follow the basic rules of etiquette to construct an appropriate tone.\n10 Golden Rules\n\n \tAlways include a suitable subject line\n \tAdd all relevant stakeholder\u2019s name as recipients\n \tUse the recipient\u2019s name in the greeting\n \tDo not write in ALL CAPITALS; Use caps when appropriate\n \tTry to keep the email brief (one screen length)\n \tDo not use email to discuss confidential information\n \tTake care with abbreviations and emoticons\n \tUse a font that has a professional or neutral\n \tCheck for punctuation, spelling, and grammatical errors look.\n \tDo not Forward unnecessary\/unrelated Emails\n\n\n\nCheck out Video on 6 Modules of Email Etiquette\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/N-d3jXDHSPs\nHandling Flaming in Emails\nFlaming is virtual term for venting, posting or sending offensive messages over the Internet. \n\nFlaming happens when we're frustrated\/intimidated\/angry\/out-of-control about something and want the recipient to know how nonsense we think they are.\n\n\n\n\nAvoid flaming :\n\n \tThere are times when you need to take your discussion out of the virtual world and make a phone call.\n \tIf things become very heated, a lot of misunderstanding occurs, or when you are delivering very delicate news then the best way is still face-to face.\n \tOn the other hand, silence is sometimes the best \u201clast word\u201d of all.\n\nEffective Email Subject Line\n\n\nThe subject line is one of the first things a recipient will see, so it\u2019s essential that it stands out and catches attention.\n\nThe first section that will engage your audience is the subject line. Typically, the subject line is often left until the last minute and doesn\u2019t have a lot of thought put into it.\n\nGolden rules : \n\nvRule no 1 # : Simple is always better :\n\n \tUsage of Mobiles\n \tAccurately reflects the content of the email\n \tGlanceable : Get the gist in a short scan of your inbox\n\nvRule no 2 # : Using logical keywords :\n\n \tEasy to search in an email client\n \tEasy to filter\n \tFor immediate actions, it is logical to ask them for it in the subject line so they know that their attention is needed right away.\n\nFormal Vs Casual Email\n\n\nA formal email is typically sent to someone you don't know well or to someone who's in authority.\n\nA casual email usually goes to a person you know well\u2014often it's someone you're on good terms with such as a friend or family member.\n\nFew Interesting facts: \n\n \tA formal email has a very defined structure, with a definite salutation (the opening part of the email), signature section, opening sentence, and body.\n \tAvoid using abbreviations, contractions, slang, emoticons, and other informal terminology.\n \tAn informal email may not even use complete sentences or proper grammar, but a formal email always does.\n \tAvoid novelty fonts like Comic Sans, font may not be supported by some email platforms.\n \tBefore you press that Send button, review your email carefully. Look for: Spelling errors; Mistakes in a name; Typos; Grammatical errors\n\nP.S. \u2013 Postscript\n\n\nThe postscript, abbreviated to P.S., may be a sentence or a paragraph added after the main body and signature of a letter. What usually works best is emphasizing the main selling point one more time, but from a different angle\n\n \tReasons behind adding the Postscript : \n \tAfterthoughts : Added when we remember something right before sending a letter and don\u2019t want to wait to include it in a future communication.\n \tAdding a Personal Touch : A postscript can also be included to add a more informal touch to a formal communication\n \tPush your Point of View: Throughout your email, you\u2019ve been doing your best to get them to take action. Your P.S. is often your last chance. Make it count\n \tAttracting attention : Make your P.S. visually appealing so they would hook readers and meet their eyes at once. Use a bold text, write it with a different font or color, format it like a separate information box.\n\nWriting Email Signatures\n\n\nEmail signature is more than just your name and title. It's also a part of your personal branding.\n\nprofessional email signatures make a statement about you and your business. They're as much a part of your branding as a business card\n\nKeep In Mind : \n\n \tKeep It Simple : Too much information can distract the reader\n \tBe Colorful : one or two colors can attract readers but don\u2019t use too many colors.\n \tA black and white signature : When creating nice email signatures, the key is in the design and font usage\n \tOnline template builders : Many options are available to get the professional look.\n\nThe rules which indicate the \u201ccorrect\u201d way to behave in a certain time and place.\n\nWithout immediate feedback your document can easily be misinterpreted by your reader, so it is crucial that you follow the basic rules of etiquette to construct an appropriate tone.