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In this age of technology, how do you think thank you-notes for gifts you receive on big occasions (i.e., weddings, baby showers) should be written?

When was the last time you received or wrote a hand-written thank you note? What was it for?

The thank you notes should be hand-written and sent through the mail (60.0%)

The thank you could be sent via email or text (13.3%)

Calling to say thank you is appropriate (6.7%)

Saying thank you when someone hands you the gift is enough (13.3%)

Other (leave a comment) (6.7%)

In this age of technology, how do you think thank you-notes for gifts you receive on big occasions (i.e., weddings, baby showers) should be written?
  • Justmissash By Justmissash
    on Oct 09, 2019  

    Depends on the item and the occasion but a thank you when given and a thank you later whether written or emailed is good too. No text. Get personal and make sure it is heartfelt and appreciative.

  • Justmissash By Justmissash
    on Oct 09, 2019  

    Moat of time I have seen, a hand written or even emailed thank you later is unexpected but very appreciated

  • Pegasus72 By Pegasus72
    on Oct 10, 2019  

    As long as their is a thank you I believe it is enough, but a card in the mail is a wonderful surprise.