NATIONAL CHEDDAR DAY – NATIONAL BREAK UP WITH YOUR CARRIER DAY – NATIONAL TORTELLINI DAYYou Should Never Say "OK" In Work ChatsSaying a verbal “OK” in normal conversation is a totally fine and acceptable response. But we’ve been reading too deeply into text messages since we got our first Nokia brick phones in middle school. You can’t read emotion or sarcasm over text and chatting apps, so sending a simple “OK” won’t always fly – especially with your coworkers.When you’re using digital communication with your coworkers like email or an in-house messaging service like Google Chat or Slack, sending just an “OK” to any question or request might come off a little too harshly. It’s not that “OK” is rude, but to avoid people thinking you’re being curt, try to add a lengthier response. Even just adding an exclamation point can soften the blow a little.Some alternate options if you’re stuck?“Sounds good to me!”“You got it!”“Sure!”Save your OKs until you’re the boss, and you can freak out some intern with your short responses. Until then, make an effort to be super polite when you’re messaging people.Source:Huffington PostWho Would You Want To Manage Your Facebook Page After You Died?Ever wonder what happens to your Facebook account once you're deceased? Much as you can decide on an executor to handle your will and other affairs upon your passing, you can now pick someone to do this for you. Soon Facebook will let you name a legacy contact, instead of freezing your page once someone lets Facebook know you've passed on as it had done in the past. According to the Facebook Help Center, this legacy contact will be able to post a note on your behalf, whether it's a special good-bye message or details about your funeral, respond to friend requests that come in, and change your profile and cover photos. You can even opt to allow this person to download everything you’ve posted to Facebook.So whom would you trust to run your Facebook page once you’ve passed on? Would you rather they shut your page down?
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