Netiquette

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Font Color Netiquette Powerful 2nd Email Rule

Font color netiquette for Work email. Use blue or black font for professional electronic messages. Other colors distract from the message and are unprofessional. Do this when sending email about how we earn a living. In the software applications. Email safe fonts and typography are an accessibility issue where color is concerned.

Work from anywhere professionals, remote workers, and administrative workers need to make readable messages. So, coworkers take correct actions upon receipt.

First, we look at writing differently if it is not standard. And so, wrong in a sense. Hence, black font for professional email. Good netiquette to use standard text colors. As a result, don’t use fancy fonts or write in red. Given, unprofessional.