had a post offering a number of suggestions for lightening the email glut we all seem to be facing on an increasing basis. Among the excellent recommendations were a couple she's adopted, and they involve acronyms added at the end of the subject line of an email.
If the question in the subject line stands on its own, with no explanatory text necessary, she adds EOM after it--"end of message." In other words, answer the question it asks and move on. That makes sense to me.
If the material sent is informational, and doesn't require a reply, she adds NNTR in the subject line: "no need to reply." This simple act should allow us to chuckle or scratch our heads, even frown over the information, then move on with our lives. No need to reply. Great concept.
Are there any acronyms you've found to be helpful? Pass 'em on. We can use all the help we can get. I look forward to reading them. Some might even cause me to LOL.