Following up

When you send a follow-up message, you are essentially checking in to see if the recipient received your previous message and if they have any questions or comments. This is a common courtesy that helps to keep communication lines open and helps to avoid any misunderstandings.

  • Have you had a chance to review my previous email? [Remind them of what you need/need to know]. Once I have that, I can [next action]. Let me know if there's anything you need from me. Thank you!
  • Have you been able to take a look at my last email?
  • Did you have a chance to see my previous message?
  • Are you able to review my email from yesterday?
  • What are your thoughts on the information I sent over last time?
  • Did the email I sent earlier make sense?
  • Are you able to understand what I'm trying to say?
  • Do you have any questions about the message I sent before?
  • Can you tell me if my last email was clear enough?
  • Was there anything else you wanted to know about what I wrote in my last email?
  • Did my previous message give you everything you needed?