It is proper netiquette to sign email messages with an electronic signature.
It is good internet etiquette to sign email messages with an electronic signature.
Use a signature to make an email message valid because a signature is the authors stamp of approval. Email messages without signatures are informal. They are personal messages between close friends. If the message is important sign it.
Everyone could use a little netiquette!
Answer: Email, electronic mail, is a form of communication that allows users to send messages through the internet in various file formats to unique internet addresses. Email is a formal method of communication because messages have the same formatting capabilities of most word processing programs. Gmail, Hotmail, and Ymail are free email applications. These sites allow you to open an account for sending and receiving electronic mail from a unique internet address. Top
Netiquette Rule: Be conservative in email you send.
Answer: Email is official communication from the sender via the internet, whether it is personal or professional. There are many formatting options available when composing messages. It is good netiquette to be conservative in email you send because it takes time and care to send an effective message. Top
Netiquette Rule: Given that you may send the wrong message if you send a lot of emails because no one will read them and receiving information through email is helpful; It is proper internet etiquette, netiquette, to be conservative in email you send and liberal in email you receive.
Answer: Sending too many emails can make you a troll. A troll is someone who is bothersome to others on the internet, a trouble maker. No one likes a trouble maker. This is a bad label to have and hard to get rid of. In conclusion, Don't send too many emails and don't put too many words in them because no one will read them if you do and you will be considered a troll. Top
Netiquette Rule: Netiquette, network etiquette, which civilizes the cybersphere, is the social code of the internet because the internet is a network and etiquette is a social code.
Answer: It is bad netiquette to flame others or respond to flames because they are personal insults that amount to bad data. Bad data ruins the internet for everyone. Top
Netiquette Rule: Personal insults are bad netiquette because they do not move a conversation forward.
Answer: It can mean various things. One thing it does mean for sure is that the person who is flaming is not being positive. Writing or responding to personal insults in any way, shape, form, or fashion is why the flame was communicated, to get a response. This is true in reality about personal insults and online with flames. Flames are distracting, deceitful, and a tactic of bad people. Their mothers should have taught them better. Top
Netiquette Rule: Spell check and proofread your messages because grammar errors diminish the credibility of the message.
Answer: Spell check messages with a software program and proofread messages by rereading them before sending them through or uploading them to, the internet. Using a spell check program is not complicated, it's good netiquette. Spell checking a message before you send it into cyberspace (internet) is good netiquette because everyone makes spelling and grammar mistakes. All humans make mistakes when they are composing documents. Making mistakes is natural. The purpose of spell check software programs is to check your spelling.
Using a spell check program is the first step in the proofreading process because it is an automated step that can be done before you read the message for clarity and double check for quality. Reading a message for clarity is required because spell check programs only identify misspelled words, not misued ones. Double checking for quality means asking yourself if your intended audience will appreciate the message.
Since everyone makes grammar mistakes and spell check programs are supposed to correct grammar mistakes, use one every time you compose a message for the internet. Given that you have checked the spelling of a message, read it again to make sure the recipient will understand what you are writing and admire the quality. This process of sending messages on the internet will improve your credibility because you will send high quality messages that are easy to understand. Top
Netiquette Rule: If there is no spell check program in the application, page, or browser you are using to connect to the internet use an indirect method of checking the spelling of your message. There many ways to check the spelling of a message.
Answer: There are online services that provide spell checking free of charge. Word processing programs have spell check applications that allow you to cut and paste content. Physical and online dictionaries can be used to manually check the spelling of words.
There is no excuse for sending an important message without proofreading it because an error may send the wrong message about an important subject. It is good netiquette to be consistent because consistency builds credibility. Therefore, the Netiquette standard requires internet users to proofread all messages before sending them, even if there is no spell checking program. Top
Netiquette Rule: Grammar errors diminish credibility because they are non-standard. Spelling is the most basic grammatical standard. Without standards, there is no order.
Answer: Recipients of messages with grammar errors judge the message based on their past experiences. Without the benefit of body language it is not fair to judge the context of a message because it was sent at a different moment than it was received; However, everyone judges messages anyway.
You cannot look a text message in the eye; Or hear the sarcastic tone of voice of an email's author to tell if it is a joke; Text does not show you how well the author of a message dresses. A spelling mistake does not mean that the author is stupid or cannot spell. It means the author probably did not proofread carefully and use a spell check program. Unfortunately, many people jump to conclusions about misspelled words or bad punctuation. There can be many reasons.
Grammar errors diminish the credibility of messages because languages have standards for users. Each grammar error lowers the standard of a message, no matter what the reason. Top
Netiquette Rule: Using all caps means you are a Troll. Do not use all capital letter words on social networks, in e-mail messages, on discussion board chats, or through any form of personal internet communication.
Answer: A troll is someone who causes trouble on the internet. There are many ways to get this label. The most common way is to post comments that are personal attacks or use all caps inappropriately. All capital letter communication on the internet is bad netiquette because it is troll behavior. Top
Netiquette Rule: Your lifestyle may be questioned by someone if you send them email late at night because good people are generally in bed by 12:00 AM.
Answer: Once questioned, you may never be trusted again. A potential or current employer may question your work ethic if you stay up late at night.
The time and date stamp in an email is not always accurate for various reasons. Make sure your system clock is set correctly. If you are using an online email application check your account settings to make sure it has the correct time zone and date.
Sending email during a reasonable time and making sure your system and email application clock are set correctly is the best way to protect your online image and personal life style from being questioned, unreasonably. Top
Email Rules from The School of Netiquette
Email Rules from The School of Netiquette by David Chiles. Roberta and Nancy Netiquette. Duration: 1:58
Netiquette is a hobby of mine. I am developing it with this site.
Roberta Netiquette is the head of the Board of Trustees for The School of Netiquette. Her morals, ethics, reputation, and standards are the highest. Roberta AKA "Mommy Netiquette" does not judge because she is so nice. Her mother "Grandma Nettie" Netiquette, is the nicest woman in the world. Top
Selena Cyber-Safety is the most beautiful women in netiquette. Please be advised that she did not get so beautiful by accident. Her great looks take time and preparation, just like staying safe on the internet. Selena demands safety and her friends are thankful.
Ms. Cyber-Safety is a young business professional taking online classes at The School of Netiquette. This semester she is taking Internet Communications. In her spare time she is a volunteer care giver for elderly patients.
Selena Cyber-Safety's cyber friends include David Chiles, Wendy Wireless (Real Friend), and Nancy and Yoko Netiquette (Classmates). They are a happy circle : ) All of her friends are part of The School of Netiquette.
Selena Cyber-Safety is going to be a cast member in the new web series that I, David Chiles, am creating. It's going to be called Cyber Friends. Top
Wendy Wireless is the most valuable player on the netiquette team. She is responsible for sharing more netiquette than any other character. Her mobility is her greatest asset. She is every where.
Ms. Wireless is a busy woman. She is tenured faculty at The School of Netiquette. Currently she is teaching SQL and Java Programming. She is the faculty advisor for the Wi-Fi Club and head of the Wireless program.
Wendy Wireless's cyber friends include David Chiles, Selena Cyber-Safety (Real Friend), and Nancy and Yoko Netiquette (Associates). They are a happy circle : ) All of her friends are part of The School of Netiquette.
Wendy Wireless is going to be a cast member in the new web series that I, David Chiles, am creating. It's going to be called Cyber Friends. Top
Isabella's vision of the world is what started the world wide web. Isabella Internet is the inspiration and guidance of good people on the net. She see's mobile commerce in the future. Top
Ms. Netiquette is the star of my netiquette animations. She has the netiquette name. Her character plays many different roles in many different forms because netiquette plays many different roles in the many different forms of internet communication.
Nancy Netiquette is a Full Time Student at The School of Netiquette, part time waitress at the Netiquette Lounge, and Raver. Nancy is taking a full load this semester, Internet Communications, Pre-Calculus, Speech, and World Writings.
Nancy Netiquette's cyber friends include David Chiles, Selena Cyber-Safety (Classmate), and Yoko Netiquette (Cousin) and Wendy Wireless (Associate). They are a happy circle : ) All of her friends are part of The School of Netiquette.
Nancy Netiquette is going to be a cast member in the new web series that I, David Chiles, am creating. It's going to be called Cyber Friends. Top
Yoko Netiquette is a really really good woman. She is the kind of girl you study with. Yoko Netiquette does not go to bars. She has a good head on her shoulders and makes good decisions. Yoko practices good netiquette.
Yoko is a full time student at The School of Netiquette Majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Business Communication. Her class load includes Business Calculus, Internet Communications, Speech, and Accounting.
Yoko Netiquette's cyber friends include David Chiles, Selena Cyber-Safety (Classmates), and Nancy Netiquette (Cousin) and Wendy Wireless (Cyber Friend). They are a happy circle : ) All of her friends are part of The School of Netiquette.
Yoko Netiquette is going to be a cast member in the new web series that I, David Chiles, am creating. It's going to be called Cyber Friends. Top
Maria Netiquette es una de las latinas más bellas del mundo, ya que la belleza viene de dentro. María puede hablar varios idiomas, incluyendo, Inglés, español, alemán, francés y ruso. Sus cerebros que coincida con su buena forma. Top
Noreen Netiquette is in the netiquette family. She is the one in the family with the most friends. Everyone Likes Noreen Netiquette. Top
Ms. Anti-Virus has the highest ethical standard. She has seen it all because of her access, but she has never crossed the line. Ms. Anti-Virus is beautiful inside and out because her character matches her good looks. Top
Ms. Video is just getting her start in the cyber world. Until now no one has had enough bandwith to truly appreciate her. She is slowly but surely gaining ground on all the text out there on the internet and hopes to have more content. Top
Betty Blog is a very opinionated person. She always speaks her mind and dresses in her own style. She knows to ask questions and question authority. She is not one of those people who just goes with the flow. She demands clarification. Top
Gretchen Gamer is large and in charge. She knows how to play the game from all angles. She can manage the team, coach the players, dominate the inside, and run point. Gretchen has got her fundamentals down because she is a smart player. Top
Edna E-commerce is as steady as she comes in the internet business. She follows her clicks and ships to the bricks. The rules for her segment of the market follow the Uniform Commercial Code with a layer of netiquette on top. Top
Cindy Smartphone is no dummy. Ms. Smartphone is the most organized well put together character in the cast. She has great rules for applications and knows when and where to use her phone. Top
Tammy Tablet is hot stuff. Ms. Tablet knows everyone wants her and she uses that to get what she wants. Ms. Tablet is very free with herself, so everyone likes her. Top
Sara Social Media is a MySpace Model with the brains of a computer scientist. Sara embodies everything good about Social Media and is not afraid to tell you about it. Top
Takako Tweet is no newbie. She has been around the internet for a while doing a lot of tweeting. Now, that she is maturing, Ms. Tweet is bringing order to every domain she is in. Top
Roberta é o líder de netiqueta, porque ela ama a socialização. Ela é uma assistente social de profissão, porque seu número único desejo na numerologia três. O fato de que seu nome é Roberta significa que ela é uma mulher famosa. Nenhum homem pode contrariá-la ou não acreditam em Deus. Top
Nathalia é a mulher mais amada na família Netiqueta. Todo mundo poderia usar um pouco de netiqueta e todo mundo poderia usar um pouco de amar. Top
Nathan Newbie is a quiet shy type. He knows to lurk before he leaps on the internet. Mr. Newbie does what he is told, which is great netiquette. Top
Hector Humanity is nice guy who does the right thing no matter what. He does not have the brightest smile, but he does have the kindest heart. Hector follows his heart with his actions. Mr. Humanity will tell you something if you need to be told. Top
Victor Video is a winner, it's in his name, victor. Mr. Video has won many awards for his video and is an avid gamer. Mr. Video enjoys Role Play Games and interactive media. Victor Video is confident because he wins. Top
Mr. Tweet is moving pretty fast. He says what he needs to say in 140 character or less and is on to the next thought. There is a lot of action in his life. He is working on a way to find more video projects. Top
Mr. Headmaster is the headmaster of The Virtual Academy. Harry Headmaster is from the old school in a new school world and slowly learning how to adapt. Top
Yusef YouTube is down to give all the trolls out there some real netiquette. He is not scared of lies. Top
Cafe Joe is the cyber bar tender. He knows everything there is to know about the internet and he is willing to share it with big tippers. Top
Fred Facebook is the biggest guy in Social Media. He and his rules dominate the internet. Facebook is often the number one ranked site on the internet. Top
Matt MySpace is trying to find himself right now. He is torn between free content and content regulation for better curation. Top
Larry LinkedIn is the consumate professional. LinkedIn has good netiquette built into the system. Larry follows the rules of professional netiquette in addition to all the other rules. He is the man. Top
Toshi Technology is a nerd. Mr. Technology has always been into computers. He carried a camera before they were on phones and before they were digital. Top
Graham Gray Mail is the cool guy in class with all the friends. Mr. Gray Mail has tons of social friends, which makes him very popular. All his friends want a good deal on something. Top
Eric is cool. He is on a first name basis with everyone because he uses email so informally. Most of his email is personal. Top
Newman Netiquette is the youngest member of the netiquette family. As the youngest member of the family Newman has the most rules. This makes him a nerd. Top
Labeeb Laptop is a really cool guy who means business. He has been working on and around computers his whole life. Top
Martin Mobile is a geek who loves to help people. He is the 'go to guy' when you need something done that is technical. Top
William Wireless is a good guy. Mr. Wireless is always trying to help people by making them aware of mobile phone netiquette and other internet safety tips.
Terrance (Terry) Troll:
He is a little troll with no real friends who starts flame wars for no reason or cause. The cyber sphere is trying to find him something positive to do. Top
Thomas is a real Troll. He does not like anybody unless he is scheming in some way. Thomas Troll will start a flame war with anyone for any reason. He has many different profiles because he is banned from so many networks. Top