What can be used instead of thanks and regards?
If you need something formal
- All My Best.
- Best Regards.
- Best Wishes.
How do you reply to regards?
As others have pointed out, it’s sufficient to thank the person and assure him/her that you will convey those regards. If you know your interlocutor’s family, it can also be appropriate to send your regards to them….
- I will.
- I’ll do that.
- Don’t worry, I will.
- I’ll certainly do that.
- Yes, I will.
- Sure, thanks.
Can we use Thanks and regards together?
Yes, many use that way, also in “Best Regards”. But, especially if we’re talking about some official/formal email, I’d suggest to write according to the normal rules of orthography. In that case, write them like this: “Best regards”, “Thanks and regards” or “Yours faithfully”, etc.
Should I say kind regards?
“Kind regards” or “Best regards” are both good. But if they’ve written “cheers”, so can you. If you’re writing the first email and you’ve never spoken to the customer before, start off fairly formally – you can always adopt a chattier tone later if they do.
How do you send someone regards?
- Send [someone] my best.
- Send [someone] my best regards.
- Send [someone] my greetings.
- Give [someone] my best wishes.
- Pass on my greetings to [someone].
- My best to [someone].
- All the best to [someone].
- Send [someone] my compliments.
When should you use warm regards?
Warm Regards – I like this for a personal email to someone you don’t know very well, or a business email that is meant as a thank-you. Warmest Regards – As good as Warm Regards, with a touch of added heat. Warmest – I use this often for personal emails, especially if I’m close to someone but not in regular touch.
Do you put your name after regards?
Regards, Tim. In more casual emails, it may be fine to sign off without a closing phrase and just put your name. This is a polite, professional way to close, but is most appropriate for formal emails, such as initial communications with prospective clients.
What does it mean when someone sends their regards?
Regard often means respect and admiration, as in “I have the greatest regard for my grandmother.” Sometimes it’s a greeting: you can send someone your regards, which means to tell them you said hello and wish them well.