Learn how to write an email to give instructions.
Email is a quick and easy way to communicate with others, but it's important to know how to properly give instructions in an email. There are a few different ways to do this, and it depends on the situation.
Subject: What to do while we're away
Thank you so much for offering to house sit for us next week. I'm only sorry we won't get to catch up properly until we get back from our trip. Anyway, here's everything I won't have time to tell you on Saturday morning.
That's about it! You'll find everything you need in the house, and help yourself to anything in the fridge or cupboards. Feel free to call or text if you have any problems/questions.
See you briefly to hand over keys on Saturday morning and looking forward to a proper chat when we get back!
When giving instructions in an email, it's important to be clear and concise. Include all the relevant information, but don't overwhelm the reader. Be sure to proofread your email before you send it, and make sure that the recipient has all the information they need to follow your instructions.