Re: Formality is going bye-bye?
I was reading Google's explanation regarding their new chat features
in Gmail. It dawned on me that their language is very informal. Now,
I've noticed this before, but never thought too much about it. Recently, however, I've noticed a few instances of Help text seeming
to follow Google's lead.
So my question is this: Are "General Public" documents (help, etc)
going to shift with Google's lead?
I'm not talking about technical documents aimed at specific segments. I'm talking about documents that are geared towards general
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Formality is going bye-bye?: From: Collin T
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