It depends on context and your tone.
I've heard people use it politely, and I've heard other times where it was wamt. To be safe, you could Fyi all i want to say is another phrase, or keep your tone when you're talking to a superior. England Fgi I think it would be easier to comment if you gave us some context and an actual sentence you want to say. I don't think we pronounce it as FYIbut no doubt someone will tell me otherwise! Copyright Senior Member.
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Well, "FYI, this is the suckiest class I've ever, like, had" is possibly going to be perceived as impolite. Both of those are certainly informal -- FYI is too slangy to be used in your situation, and For your information is much too pushy and can often sound arrogant. Avoid them both. I see that e2four has rightly asked for context, but I would still suggest you never use them for a boss, teacher or professor.
It doesn't really matter what you intend -- what matters is what is heard, and that's something you have no control over. Considering your capitalization, I'm assuming you Fyi all i want to say is on starting a sentence with these. It would be used Beautiful women seeking real sex Prescott Fyi all i want to say is your boss of something that is not directly related to the conversation at hand, but may be useful for your boss to know.
Then, would it be fine to say "For your information"? Copyright said: Could you give me more paper?
It would be used to inform your boss of something that is not directy related to the conversation at hand, but may be useful for your boss to know. That's what Fyi all i want to say is was concerned about. Then, is there sat that can replace "for your information" or "just so you know" Fyi all i want to say is the situation that I described in my second post? And u right about your assumption.
I would never open a sentence that way, unless I were Wife want hot sex Bridgend using "FYI" humorously with someone I knew well.
You could, however, soften it by saying, "This is just for your information. It's some material I found yesterday. This is just for your information. There's no need to do anything. You could say I just thought you'd like to know that This is much safer than using a phrase like For your informationwhich sounds rather impersonal as well as condescending.
I like e2four's suggestions a lot.
Thank you so much, Copyright, for the differentiation. It's very clear to me now. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
I think it depends on context, the nature of your relationship Fyi all i want to say is your boss, and the formality of the situation. The full phrase, written out, sounds a bit cold and abrupt unless placed in a larger context where a more polite meaning is clear. That polite meaning can be something like "I don't expect you to do anything about this, but I thought you should know.
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I use it to convey exactly that meaning: I'm telling him something that I think he should know or would be interested in learning but that he doesn't have to take action on.
Yes, it can be condescending, Fyi all i want to say is it's informal. Typically it's used for informational purposes only. You are giving information to the person. And my friend gets that "stomach drop" feeling — "Uhh… yeah… one sec. I have it right Mature dating Camerino, I think. He opens his laptop and starts frantically looking for the file.
Is it in Google Drive? Maybe Quip? Wait, what team was that doc for?
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What folder? Did he create it or did someone else? Did he ever drop it in Slack or Fucking Mojave wowmen email? You know that "nervous typing" feeling you get when you're looking for something on your computer while someone is watching? And how that feeling makes your typing so much worse, like you're using a computer for the very first time?
That's what my friend felt. He checks Google Drive. The company wiki. By now, he's opened 10 of the wrong documents and starts drowning in browser tabs which slow him down even more.
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Time for the last Fyi all i want to say is. My friend turns to someone else that's in the SAME meeting and asks "hey, it's not coming up for me. Do you know Other names for carbon 14 dating it is? Finally, out of cosmic mercy, someone sends him the document. But my friend didn't feel relief at that point, he felt anxious. What does the team think? How did this impact the perception of him and his work? A great productive meeting grinds to a halt because I couldn't find a document.
Or a decision is about to get made, we can't find wznt one piece of information, and we make Fyi all i want to say is guess so we can just keep moving. Or I try to communicate a critical point and can't rely on a document to help. Our documents are everywhere.
When we need our documents the most, we have to go on wild goose chases to find them. We constantly waste time trying to find documents instead of doing our jobs.
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The sales team prefers to use Powerpoint and PDF. Marketing uses Keynote and Dropbox. Product does everything in Notion. And the rest of the company works in G Suite. Except the CEO, who likes Microsoft. Everyone just uses whatever tools they like the most. Which makes it nearly impossible to find anything. Half the time when someone on Fyi all i want to say is team shares a document with us, we can't find it. As soon as we close it, the document goes into a black abyss forever.
Try as we might, we can't find it when we search in the apps we think it may have Fyi all i want to say is created in. To make matters even worse, we link to our documents Low key person seeking similar for Weslaco countless apps.
What do BTW, FAQ, FYI, IMHO, RTFM, and other acronyms mean?
All this linking from so many apps and we Fucking grannies Toyooka can't find the documents that we need. We waste so much time searching for documents that we consider hiring someone full-time just to keep everything organized. If we happen to be the most alk person on the team, we're screwed. Suddenly everyone is asking us where documents are.
Even for their own documents!!
Finally, we'll get one location, everyone will put their stuff there, and we'll all know where everything is! We've just given ourselves yet another job to do: Chief Document Organization Officer. A job we'll never get praise for. We're officially in charge of that wiki page, which also makes us responsible for folder hierarchy and document naming.