How do you write a Meeting Confirmation Letter?
Tips on how to write a confirmation letter:
- Be brief, remember you are confirming information not necessarily sharing information.
- If you are verifying something formal like somebody’s position in a company, sign the letter to reflect this.
- Be clear and accurate about what is being confirmed. Make a note of dates, times, places, and official titles.
- A letter of confirmation is not necessarily an agreement or contract, but it can be used to confirm information relating to a prior agreement or contract.
- There is no need to create long acknowledgment letters. They do not contain new information, but just state understanding between two sides. So avoid retelling or copying a previous message. You need to repeat key points like meeting place, date, sums names, etc.
- Steer clear of any emoji's, smiles, contractions, or slang. Besides, do not be too personal and avoid using jokes.