- What mean keep me posted?
- What can I say instead of thanks?
- Will keep you updated or posted?
- What does keep me in the loop mean?
- How do you say keep me posted?
- Do keep me posted?
- What does Thanks for the update mean?
- How do you say let you know professionally?
- What means keep in touch?
- What does please keep me posted mean?
- What is a more formal way of saying I will keep you updated?
- How do you say thank you for the update?
- Will keep you posted in a sentence?
- Where did the phrase Keep me posted come from?
- How do you respond to thank you professionally?
What mean keep me posted?
To continue to inform someone about something so that they have current information.
Congratulations on getting that interview.
Keep me posted on how it goes!.
What can I say instead of thanks?
Other ways to say thank you in any occasionI appreciate what you did.Thank you for thinking of me.Thank you for your time today.I value and respect your opinion.I am so thankful for what you did.I wanted to take the time to thank you.I really appreciate your help. Thank you.Your kind words warmed my heart.More items…•
Will keep you updated or posted?
If someone asks you to keep them posted on the general progress of a project, you may want to say, “Ok. I’ll keep you updated.” Alternatively, if they are waiting for some specific information you can say, “Ok.
What does keep me in the loop mean?
(Words and phrases related to knowledge) A slightly informal expression to describe someone with a detailed knowledge of one particular subject is the phrase clued up: Young people tend to be more clued up on environmental issues. …
How do you say keep me posted?
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Do keep me posted?
keep someone posted Fig. to keep someone informed (of what is happening); to keep someone up to date. If the price of corn goes up, I need to know. Please keep me posted.
What does Thanks for the update mean?
When you say “Thanks for the update” you implicitly acknowledge that you have received an update for which you are thanking the updater. You can say “Thanks for any update” when you want to encourage people to send you more updates in future.
How do you say let you know professionally?
The phrase let you know typically refers to the act of informing someone. Here’s a list of synonyms for inform….What is another word for let you know?telladviseintroupskilltell aboutupdate onnotify ofsay todisciplinepredicate157 more rows
What means keep in touch?
Keep in touch is an idiom. “In touch” means “in or into communication”. In business, keep in touch usually means “keep posting information to each other”. For close friends, I usually take it as “let’s stay close” (as in close friends), by making a call or writing (or tweet, post, etc.) to each other from time to time.
What does please keep me posted mean?
Keep me posted: You’re asking for somebody to let you know how something goes. You want them to keep you updated with progress, and it’s a common phrase for that.
What is a more formal way of saying I will keep you updated?
“I will keep you updated” is already considered formal, but you could also say “I will keep you apprised” or “I will keep you informed”. “I will keep you informed.” As a lawyer, one of the most common ways to express this sentiment is “I/We will keep you appraised of further developments”.
How do you say thank you for the update?
You could simplify: “Thank you for the update; I await your reply.” A bit stiff. It almost says:”don’t bother me again”. More polite: “Thank you for the update. I look forward to hear from you.” But I would only say it that way if I were sincerely enthusiastic about continuing the written conversation.
Will keep you posted in a sentence?
keep someone posted She made me promise to keep her posted on developments. I’ll keep you posted with what’s happening.
Where did the phrase Keep me posted come from?
The origin of the expression to keep someone posted is lost in the mists of time. It may have come from the verb to post meaning to nail public documents and information to a wooden post in the public square, a common practice in the Middle Ages. Another possibility is the use of the word post to mean mail.
How do you respond to thank you professionally?
How to Respond to Thank You (In Any Situation)You’re welcome.You’re very welcome.That’s all right.No problem.No worries.Don’t mention it.It’s my pleasure.My pleasure.More items…