How do you say you need further information?
Here are some suggestions and possibilities.
- If there is anything else you need, please, let me know.
- If I can be of any further assistance, please, let me know.
- If there is anything else I can do for you, please, don’t hesitate to let me know.
- Please, feel free to let me know if you require any further information.
How do you politely ask a question in an email?
How to ask for help via email
- Use a clear, direct subject line.
- Greet your reader.
- Establish your credibility.
- Put the question in the first or second sentence.
- Use a call to action to clarify the next steps.
- Make your email easy to read.
- Give your reader a deadline.
- Close the email politely and thoughtfully.
How do you say let me know if you have any questions?
What to say instead of “Let me know if you have any questions”
- “Please let me know if you have any questions.”
- “If you have any other problems, just let me know.”
- “If there is anything else you need, please let me know.”
How do you say I will let you know professionally?
I will keep you updated. I will get back to you on this in some time. I will keep you posted. I will inform you at my earliest (a little more formal however)
Can you please let me know or please let me know?
1 Answer. The words are acceptable but the punctuation is not. Your two options for correct comma placement would be: “Could you, please, let us know when …”
How do you say FYI politely?
You could try: “Just so that you’re aware…” or “In case this is relevant to you…” Overall, though, “FYI” does tend to be widely accepted as a polite phrase that doesn’t require a paragraph or even a sentence to convey.
How do you say I will let you know politely?
I’ll inform you. I will tell you. You’ll be informed….You can try the following:
- I will keep you updated.
- I will get back to you on this in some time.
- I will keep you posted.
- I will inform you at my earliest (a little more formal however)
Is please let me know polite?
You can certainly make it more polite by saying “please tell me”, but you are still asking for information rather than asking to be allowed that information. “Please let me know” would be even more polite.