50 Little Etiquette Rules You Should Always Practice

Try this basic cell phone etiquette tip:

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When talking to someone in person, don’t glance down at your cell phone to see who’s trying to reach you.

Here’s how to be polite in email:

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Things not to do when emailing: shout in all caps, use colored fonts or clip-art emoticons, attach large files, forward an email unless appropriate.

When to send work texts vs. emails:

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Work emails can be sent anytime, but business texts should be restricted to one hour before the start of the workday to two hours after it ends, according to The Modern Gentleman.

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