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7 hours ago What can I say in office emails other than "No Worries

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What Can I Say In Office Emails Other Than "No Worries


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9 hours ago No worries makes it sound like there is something to be worried about, but the person is being "cool". 09/14/2015 20:50 Subject: Re:What can I say in office emails other than "No Worries" and "No Problem"? Anonymous: Anonymous wrote:I like You're Welcome. No worries makes it sound like there is something to be worried about, but the person is

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Should You Respond “no Worries, Thank You” To An Email


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1 hours ago Answer: Yes, it’s unnecessary and yes, I’d do it. It was either courteous of them to apologize for inconveniencing you, which merits validation, or they’re genuinely contrite about a trivial boo boo, in which case the decent thing to do is reassure them that it’s not a problem. (On top of all t

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Professional Ways To Say NO PROBLEM! American


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6 hours ago No at all (Formal) That’s absolutely fine (Formal) Don’t mention it (Formal / Informal) It’s nothing (Informal / Formal) No probs (Informal) You’re very welcome (Formal / Informal) It’s my pleasure (Formal) No sweat (Informal) Now try to use a different one each day, so you get to practise different ways of saying ‘no problem

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Business Apology Email Example For Customer Service: A


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1 hours ago I once wrote a mass email apologizing for a day-long server outage that—I kid you not—resulted in customers actually apologizing to me: “No worries, Melissa, these things happen!” “Not your fault, we’ve all been there!” “Thanks for the update, all good!” I can teach you my ways.

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"No Worries If Not!!!!": The New Phrase Creeping Into Work


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6 hours ago Just when you got out of the habit of starting every work email with just, there’s a new phrase infiltrating our office communication. In four simple words, we’ve found a new way to soften the blow when asking for things at work. ‘No worries if not…’ Or, more accurately, ‘No worries if not!!!!!’

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The Etiquette Of "No Worries" Diane Gottsman Leading


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2 hours ago Dear D.S., Thank you for your question. I am happy to share my thoughts on the etiquette of “no worries.” No Worries. The phraseology of “no worries” and “no problem” have increasingly crept into common usage in America, both in personal and professional settings.

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What Can I Say In Office Emails Other Than "No Worries


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9 hours ago No worries is a casual response to a close coworker professing an apology or using and apologetic tone (and a confirmation of receipt). You're welcome and thank you are not always appropriate alternatives. Right, the PP stated to use them expressly when they are warranted.

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How To Say 'Don't Worry' In A Formal Way Quora


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3 hours ago Answer (1 of 4): “Rest assured everything is under control.” “There is no reason to fret, everything is taken care of.” “We do not foresee any major problems in carrying out this program.”

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10 Business Email Phrases To Stop (& Start) Using With Clients


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1. "Sorry to bother you" You might say this when you want to sound polite and considerate of your customer's busy schedule, but opening an email with an apology immediately undermines your credibility.
2. "Let's touch base" This phrase has the not-so-honorable distinction of being one of the most overused corporate phrases ever, and unless you're literally talking about landing a helicopter, there's no need to use it in your client emails.
3. "To be honest with you ... " This one is tricky. It's commonly used to add emphasis to a candid remark or soften the blow of a blunt comment ("To be honest with you, you don't update your blog frequently enough"), but it could have the exact opposite effect, leaving your customer wondering, "Wait ...
4. "You should ... " When your customer is insistent that pink Comic Sans font is the way to go, it can be challenging to refrain from typing back, "You should really just use X font instead."
5. "No problem" Customer service experts and business writers agree: "No problem" can be a big problem. This ostensibly polite phrase is usually a knee-jerk reaction to "Thank you," but it can subtly communicate to your customer that whenever you do something for them, it actually is a problem.
6. "I'll try ... " In a world ruled by deadlines and calendar invites, "I'll try" sounds wishy-washy. If you respond to a customer's request with "I'll try to get that done by Wednesday," or "I'll try to solve that problem with the product team," you aren't exactly instilling confidence in your ability to advocate for them and their challenges.
7. "The problem is ... " Instead of framing a problem as well, a problem, try to explain it is a specific challenge with a known solution. The additional information will help assure the customer that you know exactly what's wrong, and more importantly, how to fix it.
8. "I completely understand how you feel" Before you write this in an email, stop and think: Have you ever been in this exact situation before? No? Then don't write this phrase.
9. "As I mentioned before ... " Even though it might seem like you're always explaining the same things over and over again to your customers, it's important to avoid this morale-killing phrase.
10. "Checking in" Nothing brings a recipient more trepidation than seeing a "Checking in" subject line in their inbox. If you have something specific in mind you want to review with your customer, indicate that in the subject line so they're prepared to respond -- and not freaked out or confused.

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Single Word Requests Other Ways To Say 'take Your Time


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8 hours ago It was not a duplicate, I believe. I was about to post my answer when it was no more answer accepted;). So: personally, in these kind of situation I say*you have all the time in the world TFD. When you say you have all the time in the world, you mean you have a lot of/enough time to do something and take as long as you like.

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'No Worries' And Other Phrases I Hate HuffPost Entertainment


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6 hours ago "No worries." We used to say good old American expressions like "no problem," or "no sweat", but now we've adopted this dumb Aussie phrase probably because most Americans think Australia is in Europe. So saying "no worries" instead of "no sweat" makes them feel sophisticated, smart and worldly.

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How Do You Say No Worries Politely? Dental


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5 hours ago Instead of “No problem/No worries,” try “I’d be pleased to” or “Certainly” When you use “No worries” or “No problem” as I do, the phrase can actually have the opposite effect. Once you say there is no worry or no problem, the recipient may hear that there actually was an …

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Noreply Email Addresses: Why They're Bad And How To


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4 hours ago No worries though—there are several tactics you can use to easily manage these email responses and avoid being overwhelmed. Set up a dedicated email address to receive responses. If you’re a small organization, you might not have a generic email address for support or general inquiries.

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Expressions What Phrases Can I Use Instead Of "don't


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8 hours ago I'm drafting a reply to an email from a scholarly peer, who apologized for not getting something to me sooner. I really don't mind the delay, and I want to express that in my reply without using informal phrases like "No big deal", or "don't worry about it".

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Quick Answer: What Can I Say Instead Of No Worries At Work


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3 hours ago No worries, brah. “no worry” is not a phrase used in English; perhaps the closest phrase that is not idiomatic might be “don’t worry.” But “no worries” is a popular idiom meaning “don’t worry” or “it’s okay”, when used as an answer to “I’m sorry” or “excuse me”.

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How To Say No Worries'' In Formal Email


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4 hours ago B: "No worries. Step 1: Understand Client Email Etiquette. or. As I observed, I wondered if stating it’s all good, really did make things better. "No worries" in English is used as a statement expressing that the speaker regards a task / problem / setback as inconsequential, or that a task is easy to complete.

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10 Things To Never Say In An Email Glassdoor Blog


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1. “Just a heads up, I’m calling in sick tomorrow.” Look, everyone has called in sick for a pre-planned mental health or personal day at some point in their career, but that doesn’t mean you should talk about it over work email.
2. “John really dropped the ball on this one.” “Never discuss a co-worker’s performance, unless you are their boss and are discussing it with HR or your boss,” advises Cam Bishop, President and CEO of SkillPath.
3. “I’m feeling…” It’s best to keep anything emotional out of work emails, says Ginger Robitaille, PHR, HR Generalist at Turning the Corner. “It is important for email communications to be based on facts, sharing information that is required, but not emotional.
4. “Does Tuesday still work for you to return those documents to me, maybe around 3PM? No worries if not.” Tentative language has no place in email, according to Amanda B. Gulino, HR expert and founder of A Better Monday.
5. “Here’s a copy of the project I’m working on with my team. I’d love to get your feedback.” “Unless your boss says it is okay to share a project, keep it to yourself or specific team members working on your assignment,” says Jill Tipograph, co-founder of Early Stage Careers.
6. “This place really gets me down sometimes.” Even if you’re writing to your best friend in the office after a really difficult day, you should never say anything negative about your workplace via work email.
7. “Apologies for the delay.” “It’s important to take responsibility and apologize from time to time, but some of us do it way too often,” says Alayna Frankenberry, Manager of Inbound Marketing for BlueSky ETO.
8. “Nice work. Next time, please consider…” It may seem easier to give constructive criticism via email, but it often backfires. “Pick up the phone, find time to meet in person, or speak via video conference,” Gulino says.
9. “I’m open to other opportunities.” This is truly one of the worst things you can say over work email, and yet people do it all the time. “Don’t tell people you are looking for a job or that you may know of someone looking to leave,” Tipograph recommends.
10. “As per my last email...” This sentiment comes in many forms including “as already noted below...” and “as previously discussed…” All iterations should be avoided.

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Replying To Apology Email The Workplace Stack Exchange


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7 hours ago If a customer sent an apology email for his delay response to an email I sent earlier, what is the best way to reply to such email? But the email should be a formal one, is it ok to just use no worries? – Maya. Nov 15 '16 at 6:17. 2 "No worries" is usually too informal for writing to a customer. You can be approachable, but you're not

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10 Email Phrases That Make You Sound Unprofessional


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1. “Just A Heads Up, I’m Calling In Sick Tomorrow” Look, everyone has called in sick for a pre-planned mental health or personal day at some point in their career, but that doesn’t mean you should talk about it over work email.
2. “John Really Dropped The Ball On This One” “Never discuss a coworker’s performance unless you are their boss and are discussing it with HR or your boss,” advises Cam Bishop, president and CEO of SkillPath.
3. “I’m Feeling . . . “ It’s best to keep anything emotional out of work emails, says Ginger Robitaille, PHR, HR Generalist at Turning The Corner. “It is important for email communications to be based on facts, sharing information that is required, but not emotional.
4. “Does Tuesday Still Work For You To Return Those Documents To Me, Maybe Around 3 P.M.? No Worries If Not” Tentative language has no place in email, according to Amanda B. Gulino, HR expert and founder of A Better Monday.
5. “Here’s A Copy Of The Project I’m Working On With My Team. I’d Love To Get Your Feedback” “Unless your boss says it is okay to share a project, keep it to yourself or specific team members working on your assignment,” says Jill Tipograph, cofounder of Early Stage Careers.
6. “This Place Really Gets Me Down Sometimes” Even if you’re writing to your best friend in the office after a really difficult day, you should never say anything negative about your workplace via work email.
7. “Apologies For The Delay” “It’s important to take responsibility and apologize from time to time, but some of us do it way too often,” says Alayna Frankenberry, manager of inbound marketing for BlueSky ETO.
8. “Nice Work. Next time, Please Consider . . . “ It may seem easier to give constructive criticism via email, but it often backfires. “Pick up the phone, find time to meet in person, or speak via video conference,” Gulino says.
9. “I’m Open To Other Opportunities” This is truly one of the worst things you can say over work email, and yet people do it all the time. “Don’t tell people you are looking for a job or that you may know of someone looking to leave,” Tipograph recommends.
10. “As Per My Last Email . . . “ This sentiment comes in many forms including “as already noted below . . . ” and “as previously discussed . . . ” All iterations should be avoided.

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10 Phrases To Never Use In Business Emails Curatti


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6 hours ago Wrapping up. Remember in general to not use superficial phrases and words such as ‘Amazing’, ‘Literally’, etc., which don’t add any value to the email. Especially with cold emails, where the possibility of a great business opportunity rests on the effectiveness of the email, make sure you take extra care and read it a couple of times

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What Is Another Word For "no Worries"?


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6 hours ago Synonyms for no worries include hakuna matata, no probs, she’ll be right, it's all good, all good, don't worry about it, it's fine, no biggie, no prob and no problem. Find more similar words at wordhippo.com!

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Email Etiquette: Should You Reply To My Email? HuffPost


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6 hours ago This email etiquette question boils down to, 'Are people supposed to respond to every email, even if it's only to say yes, no or thank you?'. This post was published on the now-closed HuffPost Contributor platform. Contributors control their own work and posted freely to our site. If you need to flag this entry as abusive, send us an email.

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Saying “No Problem” Is Not Proper Etiquette Advanced


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7 hours ago The transition from “no problem” to “no worries” has exacerbated the ‘problem.’ Both are inappropriate and downright absurd. When I thank a server or a store clerk and he/she says, “no problem” or “no worries”, my immediate reaction is “Of course it’s not a problem (or, “of course I have no worries”); IT’S YOUR JOB!

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3 Phrases That Are A Lot More Helpful To Say Than 'Don't


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1. “How Can I Help?” Know what’s even better than haphazardly trying to comfort someone? Volunteering to help out in his or her time of crisis. Yes, there’s a good chance that there’s nothing you can do to fix the situation your co-worker is worked up about.
2. “I Know What You’re Going Through” Think back on a time when you found yourself in an anxiety-inducing situation that made your stomach jump into your throat.
3. “That Really Sucks” No matter how badly you want to, you simply can’t fix everything for everyone. But, sometimes it’s nice to have someone to vent to and commiserate with.

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Where Does The Phrase "No Worries" Come From? Reader's


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8 hours ago But “no problem” is another good one, and, like “no worries” itself, it can be a response both to “I’m sorry” and to “thank you.” “It’s all right,” “don’t sweat it

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7 Email Templates For Saying "No" At Work The Muse


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2 hours ago I’ve pulled together eight email templates that’ll help you say “no” in a variety of situations. Customize them to your unique situation, and suddenly turning things down will be a whole lot less panic-inducing. 1. When You’re Asked to Take on Extra Work by a Colleague. Thanks for thinking of me for [project].

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The Problem With "Not A Problem" BusinessWritingBlog


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6 hours ago The problem with "Not a problem" is its negative parts: not and problem. When it comes to tone, two negatives do not multiply to create a positive. "Not a problem" has, at best, a neutral feeling. Contrast "Not a problem" with these phrases in response to …

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4 Phrases You Should Never Use In Business Saxons Blog


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9 hours ago The issue is that the phrase “no problem” is a double negative and might not become a positive in the eyes of your client or colleague. Changing this is simple and you’ll only need to use a phrase like “you’re welcome” or “my pleasure” to remove any confusion from your business emails.

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How To Use "no Worries" In A Sentence WordHippo


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Mind Your Language! (And Don’t Say ‘no Worries


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“No Worries If Not” And Other Things You Should Stop


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5 hours agoNo Worries If Not” and Other Things You Should Stop Saying to Your Male Boss. humorous email is coming in like a bird song through a window. Translation: I am a burden that takes up your time and annoys you. The Reality: You don’t need to apologize for asking for what you need. Especially when you are asking for guidance, information

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What can I say in office emails other than " No Worries "?

How about "Thank you" when it's warranted, and "You're welcome" when it's warranted. People under 35 don't seem to know those expressions, especially the latter. It's useful oftentimes. Other than the Millennial comment, I agree with this. You should be saying You're Welcome in business correspondence.

When to use no problem in an email?

The issue is that the phrase “no problem” is a double negative and might not become a positive in the eyes of your client or colleague. Changing this is simple and you’ll only need to use a phrase like “you’re welcome” or “my pleasure” to remove any confusion from your business emails.

When to use no worries and no problem?

The phraseology of “no worries” and “no problem” have increasingly crept into common usage in America, both in personal and professional settings. For some, these words have almost become replacements for “You’re welcome” and sometimes, “I’m sorry”.

Why do we say no worries in Australia?

“No worries.” We used to say good old American expressions like “no problem,” or “no sweat”, but now we’ve adopted this dumb Aussie phrase probably because most Americans think Australia is in Europe. So saying “no worries” instead of “no sweat” makes them feel sophisticated, smart and worldly.

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