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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!

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

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.


Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

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?

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

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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