You can see a lot of long email messages that are sent to you by many people. Others are posting messages in your news feed and even if you want try and read all the messages, it is sometimes hard for you to do so. In the end, you give up reading because you are lazy and have no time to read such long messages. On the other hand, when it comes in writing long emails, we sometimes spend a lot of time trying to do it even in our garage doors in New Mexico. To make sure that the recipients will read your messages, it is preferable to be concise and write as short as possible.
TLDR is an acronym for Too Long, Didn’t Read or Too Lazy, Didn’t Read. It is mostly seen on the website, it’s either at the end or beginning of a long post or in the comments section. It’s quite a common abbreviation.
If you see TLDR that is mentioned in the post, the reason is to point out the length of a message so that someone can skip to the TLDR section and get a quick overview of what the story is about without having to read the whole thing.
Go TLDR messages application was created by the genius developers of this app. For you to understand the Go TLDR app, here are the features of our new and proudly released version of the application to enable iPhone and Apple watches users to read emails faster.
We would like to send our gratitude to you for taking time to browse through our website and trusting our Go TLDR application. It is our honor to give you our services to make your reading emails easy and smooth. To know more information and if you have queries, kindly send us your email to email@example.com.
To improve our services, we would love to hear any of your concerns and suggestions, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will always get back to you and take an immediate action on all of your emails. We will consider your messages as great help for improving our application and services.