The Use and Abuse of “Reply to All”

One pet peeve that I share with a lot of people is the use of “Reply to All” in email – especially when every recipient on the mailing list doesn’t need to be included in the response.

It’s very frustrating and such a waste of time having to click through useless back and forth email chatter when the topic doesn’t apply to me.

The basic rule to follow is:

Don’t use “reply all” if only the original sender needs to read your message.

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And thanks to Giselle for sharing this!

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