Best regards from my email signature
Please don’t use your email signature to include the “best regards, -Name of sender” part. We’re sure you mean well but we think you go too far in your quest for micro-efficiency. And, what’s more, you pay a high price: authenticity.
Thing is, we receivers can see that your “best regards” are part of your signature. Thus, when we see “Have a nice day, Tom” as part of your email signature, we read “I don’t really care about you, Tom”. We would prefer a plain “Tom” in that case.
So do us a favor and keep your email signature for the factual information and spend those 10 seconds to really say “thank you”. We deserve it.
- The receivers.