Are you looking forward to a device-free holiday? Make sure to let your clients know ahead of time and set your out-of-office email as a reminder, so that you don’t stress out about not answering emails.
Here are three tips for a more professional out-of-office email:
1. Include key information such as how long will you be gone and when you are coming back.
2. Avoid giving out too much personal information, but let them know you will get back to them as soon as you can.
3. Make sure you use concise language in explaining why you cannot respond to them immediately.
– Cyndee Woolley, APR, C2 Communications, The Southwest Florida 100