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When To Use Email & When Not To

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When To Use Email & When Not To

Sometimes email isn’t the right communication tool. Either you’re trying to get too much information from someone – or too many people – or you’re conveying too much information.

Dave Pollard not only discusses 10 situations where email probably isn’t a suitable communication tool, but also put together this flowchart for figuring out which tool is right.

When To Use Email & When Not To

How do you guys feel about this? I think it’s quite well put together, although I’ve never felt the need to analyze these things this much.

When To Use Email & When Not To – [HowToSaveWorld]

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