Learn these helpful Email Sign-offs Examples

 
Email sign-offs examples

In this post, we are going to provide several helpful Email Sign-Offs Examples that you can use to improve your Email etiquette and business communications.

In  a prior post, we provided an overview of Email Sign-Offs and how they can impact Email etiquette and business communications.

We discussed the importance of ensuring you used Email Sign-Offs as an opportunity to conclude the message with the appropriate tone and convey the intent of your message, while simultaneously following necessary business etiquette and cultural norms.

But, what are the best Email Sign-Offs that you can use?

Below is a list of Email Sign-Offs that can be used under different types of situations.  Although there is no "one right answer", this list should serve as a great starting point in helping you to properly close our Email communications depending upon the the relationship, tone, and situational parameters.

General Professional Emails:

  • Regards / Best Regards
  • Sincerely
  • Respectfully
  • Cordially

Professional or Personal Emails expressing Warmth:

  • Warmly / With Warmth
  • Kind(est) / Warm(est) Regards
  • Truly / Yours Truly
  • Best / Best Wishes / All the best
  • Continued Success

Informal Emails that can also be used professionally:

  • Have a great day / weekend / holiday
  • Enjoy your day / weekend / holiday
  • Cheers!
  • Good /Great job!
  • Keep up the good work!
  • Thanks!!!
  • Have a good one!

Professional or Personal Emails expressing Thanks:

  • Thanks / Thank You / Many Thanks / Much Thanks / Thanks again.
  • Thanks and (kindest) regards.
  • Thank you very much for your time / support / help / assistance.
  • I greatly appreciate your time / support / help / assistance.
  • Thank you again for all of your time / support / help / assistance.
  • Thank you for your time and consideration.
  • Thank you for your quick response.
  • Thank you for taking the time to work / talk / assist me.

Professional Emails with a focus on a future action:

  • Looking forward to hearing from / meeting with / seeing you soon.
  • Looking forward to your reply / response on this matter.
  • We look forward to your continued participation / support / assistance on this matter / situation.

Professional Emails with an outstanding issue:

  • We would greatly appreciate your fast / immediate attention to this urgent / important / critical matter.
  • Please provide us with your response/ advice / update as quickly as possible.

Professional Emails that offer future assistance:

  • Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of any further assistance / provide further information on this matter.
  • If you require any further information / assistance, please feel free to contact me / let me know.
  • Please let me know if you have any further questions / issues on this matter.
  • I hope the information I have provided above is helpful / useful to you.
  • Please feel free to contact me if you experience any further problems / issues.
  • Let me know if you require any further information / assistance.

Personal Emails Only:

  • Love / Luv / XXXoooXXX
  • Later / Catch you later
  • Yours / Always yours
  • I remain yours truly
  • Please take care / be careful

And remember to include your name at the end:

For formal or first time communications, you would normally include your first name and last name (and potentially your title as well). For subsequent communications, as well as less formal communications (friends, family, coworkers, existing business contacts), you can normally use just your first name.

What Email Sign-offs and closing phrases do you use most?

Which do you find offensive or inappropriate?

Do you have any others that I can add to my list?


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