Avoid “tomorrow” in email titles

Updated: Jul 10, 2018


You don’t know when the recipient will get your message.


If they get it tomorrow, you may find that your deadline gets missed.


When using asynchronous processes like email or text messages, avoid the use of relative-time references such as “tomorrow”, “in 3 hours” or “by this afternoon”.

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