What is the game where you have a card on your forehead?
How do you reply all the best?
Yes, you can say “you too,” but that’s usually if you’re good friends with the person, like a good friend or a best friend. A couple of other responses you can do are: “Thanks/thank you, you too.” This is a great thing to say to anyone, even if you don’t know them that well.
Why we say all the best?
I wish you all the best (of luck). All the best is more a farewell gesture than best of luck; the former has an air of finality that the latter lacks. If you say “all the best” to someone, there’s an expectation that a significant amount of time will pass before you meet one another again.
Should I reply or reply all?
Reply vs. Reply All. Use Reply when you only want to send your message to a single person in an email thread — either the original sender of the email or the last person to reply in the thread. Reply All when you want to respond to every contact on the thread.
Why reply all is bad?
Never use “Reply all” to disagree with or correct someone. That is between you and the sender, not the others on the email. It’s a bit like pointing out that someone did something wrong in an in-person meeting. Doing so shames the other person in front of others.
What happens if a BCC replies to all?
BCC addresses are never sent to the recipient in the e-mail headers. That’s the point of the “Blind” in BCC. In other words, Reply All has no way of knowing who are the BCC’s on the e-mail you received so it is impossible to send to them.