Is it rude to BCC?
Keep things transparent by sticking with “CC” and “To.” A reply from the “Bcc” recipient would be awkward: If you “Bcc” someone, it’s always possible that they’ll reply. If this could be detrimental, avoid it. For example, don’t “Bcc” your friend when recommending them to your boss for an open position.
How do you cc someone?
If you’re replying to a message and want to CC someone, tap on the email thread and tap “Reply.” Then, tap on the recipient’s email address. A down arrow will appear next to their name. Select the arrow, and this will open up the CC and BCC fields.
What is the etiquette for CC emails?
These are the people to whom you are writing directly. CC, which stands for “carbon copy” or even “courtesy copy,” is for anyone you want to keep in the loop but are not addressing directly in the email. The person(s) in the CC field is being sent a copy of your email as an FYI.
When you cc someone can they see previous emails?
When you CC someone you’re sending them one message. If that message is a reply or forward that includes previous messages they will receive the entire contents of the message, including the older messages. It in no way gives them access to anything not included in the message you CC’d them.
What happens when you reply to a CC email?
Cc stands for Carbon Copy. When you Cc a person on an email, the Cc list can be seen by other recipients on the chain. Hitting Reply All ensures the Cc’d person receives future emails that are part of this thread.
How do you say CC D in an email?
Business emails are effective when they are concise, so that’s why it’s better to say cc’d or copied. So, you could say “I’ve cc’d Robert on this email.” Meaning the email goes to Matt for example, but Robert can also see it to keep him in the loop.
Should you reply to an email when you are CC D?
Typically, the “CC” (carbon copy) is to keep you in the loop of a conversation even if you’re not directly addressed in the message. Whether or not you reply should be determined case by case. If your participation is relevant to the conversation, then a “reply all” might be in order.
How do you use CC D in a sentence?
“I was cc’d by my boss.” “My colleague only cc’d me on the memo.” It means that only a copy was sent, not an original. The recipient of the cc is a third party to the conversation.
When should you cc someone on a message?
CC is useful when: You want someone else to receive a copy of an email, but they aren’t one of the primary recipients. You want the recipients of the message to know the other people who have been sent the message.