Answer under the question: example

This article was first written in January 2004 for
the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/103)

You should always try to answer right under the question when replying to an e-mail. This is only to ensure maximum readability, which is the goal of what you write.

Here is a (fake) short example:

1) No!

2) I’ve been there on holiday once. It would be wise to take some big jumpers 😉

PS: continue to read below…

—–Original Message—–

From: someone

Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 04:03 PM

To: TeleRiva

Subject: something

1) Do you like that kind of layout for e-mail discussions?

2) I have to go to Montréal next week, some advises?

PS: continue to read below…

Wouldn’t you prefer this?

Don’t you prefer something like this…

> 1) Do you like that kind of layout for e-mail discussions?

Oh yes!

> 2) I have to go to Montréal next week, some advises?

I’ve been there on holiday once. It would be wise to take some big jumpers 😉


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