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January 27, 2011


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K. Scruggs

Actually you can create a signature to be included on all of your text messages - easier than remembering.


This is excellent advice! I once had an entire texting conversation with someone who said they would bring me a baby gift at work. "OK, so it's a work person," I thought. "And I'll find out who it is when he or she brings me the baby gift."

Well, I got to work late the next day and there was a baby gift sitting on my desk--with no card, no note, no nothing! Fortunately, another co-worker had seen the person who left the gift on my desk, so I was able to properly acknowledge the gift and thank her.

I immediately went back to my cell phone, opened my co-worker's last text, and added her to my address book!

Business Writing Blog

Hi, K. Scruggs. Thanks for the additional suggestion. Is that "automatic signature" done by creating a text template? Please elaborate for those of us who are not yet in the know.


Business Writing Blog

Nina, thank you for the perfect illustrative story!


Office Fitout Sydney

Nice tip! I get messages to my phone all the time asking who they are! I would also be interested ion finding out the "automatic" way K. Scruggs. Anyone else knows how to?

Business Writing Blog

Since we haven't heard from K. Scruggs, perhaps you can check the website of your phone's manufacturer.

Good luck!


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