Headings & Sub-headings


1. Add headings or sub-headings in your email when – .

When the email is content heavy (meaning – it contains a lot of information or content), and when the content includes two or more topics – which are related to each other in some way.

For example .

If you are mentioning a list of advantages and disadvantages of a product in the email, using the headings – ‘Advantages’ and ‘Disadvantages’ – will make your email look more organized.


2. DO NOT add headings or sub-headings in your email when – .

When there is no relation between the two topics, and both the topics are of equal importance – then it is better to send two separate emails with different subject lines.

For example .

If you are giving an update to your manager about two different projects, it is best to send two separate emails – with the two project names mentioned in their – subject lines.


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