What can I write instead of Please note?

What can I write instead of Please note?

Synonyms for Please note

  • please consider.
  • please be advised.
  • it should be pointed out.
  • please be informed.
  • it should be noted.
  • it is to be noted.
  • kindly note.
  • please be aware.

What is a antonym for fake?

Antonyms: echt, natural, genuine. Synonyms: impostor, shammer, imposter, fraud, pretender, postiche, faker, juke, role player, pseudo, sham, pseud, hairpiece, false hair. imposter, impostor, pretender, fake, faker, fraud, sham, shammer, pseudo, pseud, role player(noun)

Is Please note rude?

“Please note that…” People tend to use these words politely and innocently, perhaps because they are simply trying to indicate something and want the reader to pay active attention. The truth is that this phrase is actually passive.

What is another word for not really?

In this page you can discover 4 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for not-really, like: not entirely, questionable, doubtful and uncertain.

Is there a way to add a note to an email in Outlook?

Here’s how:

  1. Click the icon with 3 dots on the bottom of the Navigation Column (also referred to as Folder column) in Outlook and click “Notes”.
  2. Click “New Note”.
  3. A yellow sticky note window will open up.
  4. Type your note in the window.
  5. You can sort your sticky notes by subject, date created, or the category.

What does Nah not really mean?

—used to say “no” in a way that is not very forceful or definite “Was the movie good?” “Not really.””Do you want to go to a movie?” “No, not really.”

Is writing ASAP rude?

Requests that include “as soon as possible” (or the ubiquitous acronym ASAP) can come across as rude. In fact, Forbes named emails with ASAP in the subject header among the five rudest.

Is Nope considered rude?

“Nope” is informal. You wouldn’t usually want to use it, for example, answering questions for a job interview, but it would be an appropriate answer to a friend’s question “Have you seen that movie yet?” In my opinion Nope is a dismissive and slightly rude version of no.