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These are an interruption, but good for quick conversation. They stick around. Use them for discussing quick, real-time information that someone isn't going to need to refer to later.
is great for documents. It's permanent, easy to forward, leaves a paper trail, and can be saved for reference. Email is best for long explanations and reference material. Don't use it for emotional discussions.
is much faster than typing, as long as you can refrain from social chit-chat. When an email conversation has more than 3 messages, save time by calling. If you're discussing something emotional, call, so you can hear each other's voice tone.
meetings are best for highly emotional topics like performance evaluations, hiring, firing, breaking up, proposing marriage, giving feedback, and complimenting a new outfit, no matter how you actually feel about Lycra and paisley.
When things get busy and your inbox starts to fill up, some of our organizational and filtering techniques can save you time and worry when you're working through those busy mail loads to keep you organized and archived properly. Set up a workshop with us today to get your department on track with email!
Watch the links to the left. As we get problems from our faculty and students that may apply to more people than we thought, we'll be making new pages as references for you to check out! In addition, here are some email-related tips from other campus areas:
Employees! Watch for more details on our planned upgrade to Microsoft Office 365 coming in Spring of 2014. Along with virtually anywhere access to familiar Office tools, plus enterprise-grade email, conferencing, and more here are just some of the advantages we'll see when we begin using Office 365: