Best Way To End An Email
You need to know the best way to end an email and we’re gonna teach you how to write it.
We’ll start with a brief overview of what the tone of the your sign off should be and also give you a few examples of the best way to end an email.
Don’t forget that you need to sign your name after using these closing lines.
We also wrote an article on how to end a professional email, so you can learn how to do this on a formal level. Check it out!
Best Way To End An Email
We already know this email is informal, as it’s going to be sent to a relative of yours or someone you are close with like a friend or even a loved one.
While this type of sign off will always have a friendly and close tone to it, you need to change it up a bit for the different occasions and for the different levels of closeness you have to the people you are writing to.
For example, you can be more caring and endearing when signing off on an email or letter to your mother, more loving and romantic when saying goodbye to your loved one or more chummy and lighthearted when addressing a friend of yours.
This is the key to writing a great ending to a great text.
We have gathered various examples of the very best way to end an email and will post them here for you.
Feel free to use them for yourself and remember to pick the right one for the right occasion as we talked about above.
Examples of the best way to end an email:
Best – The most widely used sign off, this is a rare case in which it can be used both professionally and personally. Simple and quick but doesn’t show much affection.
Variations: My best, My best to you, All the best.
Warm Regards – A great way to end an email for someone which you don’t know very well, like a colleague.
Variations: Warmest, Warmest Regards, Warmly.
Take Care – Now we’re starting to get more friendly. Simple and good for friends.
Looking forward – Great way to show that you are eager to meet with your friend again.
Variations: Looking forward to seeing you, Looking forward to it.
Peace – An extremely informal closer, only to be used with very close friends.
Variations: Take it easy, Peace out.
Cheers – A light hearted and sincere way to say goodbye to a friend, widely used in the UK.
Love – To be used strictly for your parents, very close relatives or your significant other. It is very warm and loving, as it should be.
Variations: Lots of love, Hugs, XOXO
Again, feel free to use these examples, we’re glad to help!
Check out our most popular guide, we made sure that by the end any reader would be a master at writing any type of email or letter, including the follow up.