How to end an email professionally

The end sentence in a professional email is called a "valediction." It is a polite phrase that you can use to end your email. Some examples of valedictions are "Sincerely," "Best regards," and "Thank you.”

The following are examples of the most common ways to end an email:

  • Sincerely: used to end a letter, email, or other message when you are writing to someone for the first time, or when you are writing to someone you do not know well
  • Best regards: used to end a formal letter when you hope the person you are writing to will be successful or happy. A polite way of saying goodbye or best wishes.
  • Best: used to end a letter, email, or other message when you hope the person you are writing to will be successful or happy
  • Regards: used to end a letter, email, or other message when you hope the person you are writing to will be successful or happy.
  • Thank you: used to say that you are grateful for something
  • Talk to you soon: used as a friendly way of saying goodbye
  • Keep in touch: used as a friendly way of saying goodbye
  • All the best: used as a friendly way of saying goodbye
  • Best wishes: used as a friendly way of saying goodbye
  • Thanks: used to say that you are grateful for something
  • Thank you for your time: used to say that you appreciate someone taking the time to do something
  • I appreciate your help: used to say that you are grateful for someone's help
  • "Have a great day" means the same as have a nice day, and is used as a farewell or good wish.
  • "Goodbye” means farewell, and is used when you are leaving someone or something for a long time, or possibly forever.
  • "See you later” this is another way of saying goodbye, and is used when you are leaving someone but expect to see them again soon.
  • All the best - Wishing someone all the best for their future endeavors
  • Best wishes - Wishing someone the best of luck
  • Congratulations - Best wishes for someone's success or achievement
  • Farewell - A goodbye, especially to someone you won't see again
  • Godspeed - A wish for someone to have a safe and successful journey
  • Good luck - A wish for someone to have success or good fortune
  • Goodbye - A way of saying farewell
  • Have a good one - A way of saying goodbye and good luck
  • I wish you well - Wishing someone happiness and good fortune
  • Keep in touch - Staying in contact with someone
  • Safe journey - A wish for someone to have a safe trip
  • Take care - A way of saying goodbye and stay safe
  • Until we meet again - Saying goodbye with the hope of meeting again soon