Skip Gmail’s Body-less Message Prompt Using (EOM)

The Official Gmail Blog serves up a useful tip for laconic folks who like to send subject-only messages: add (EOM) to the end of your subject line to skip Gmail’s prompt confirming if you want to send the message without any text in the body. Update: <EOM> works as well, and it doesn’t appear to be case-sensitive. EOM, of course, stands for “End of Message” and it tells both Gmail and your recipient that’s all she (or he) wrote. Here’s more on how EOM makes your email more efficient.

The Cheapest NBN 50 Plans

Here are the cheapest plans available for Australia’s most popular NBN speed tier.

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