How do you say Keep me posted professionally?
10 Alternative ways to say “keep me posted”
- Keep me up to date.
- Please report back to me.
- Keep me informed of any developments.
- Brief me regularly about the situation.
- Notify me of any changes.
- Let me know.
- Let me know how it goes.
- Let me know what you find out.
Is keep us posted Formal?
It is a casual phrase, and perfectly acceptable as a friendly request. However, I would not use it in a formal letter or email.
Is it correct to say keep me posted?
Keep me posted: You’re asking for somebody to let you know how something goes. You want them to keep you updated with progress, and it’s a common phrase for that.
How do you say inform formally?
Apprise. It is a very formal way of saying ‘tell/inform’. It should only be used when writing to very educated people.
How do I use Keep me posted?
This is a common and useful English expression. If you keep someone posted it means that you continue to give them the latest information about something. // They made me promise to keep them posted on any developments. // I’ll keep you posted on the situation.
Do keep us posted meaning?
: to regularly give (someone) the most recent news about something Keep me posted on how the project is coming along.
What does please keep me posted mean?
Definition of keep (someone) posted : to regularly give (someone) the most recent news about something Keep me posted on how the project is coming along.
What is a more formal way of saying I will keep you updated?
”We will keep you apprised” This expression comes across as formal because it uses “we” instead of “I” and uses the word “apprised,” a more verbose version of the word “informed.” “We will keep you apprised of any and all developments.”
How do you say let me know in a formal way?
What to say instead of Let Me Know if you need anything?!
- Keep me posted.
- Keep me updated.
- Keep me in the loop.
- Tell me if you find anything.
- Keep me informed.
- Fill me in when you get a chance.
- Let me know your thoughts.
- Get back to me when you can.
How do you say formal way?
- as for.
- as regards.
- as to.
- on the subject of.
How do you politely notify?
- I wish to tell you that…
- I am pleased to inform you that…
- You might also find it useful to know that…
- I wish to provide you with…
- It might be interesting for you to know that…