Have you ever forgotten to "ATTACH" the "PICTURE" or "FILE"?
By Ritik roshan
August 12, 2016 5:58am CST
Well, after writing a long note about some picture or photograph or file, and then you end up e-mailing it without attaching the file or photo. Like lots of times, I'm forwarding my resume, and I write a note "here's my resume, hope to work with you" and then voila, no resume! Or you send pictures of your trip to your best friend describing each and every shot in a long e-mail, and then well, attaching the photos slips your mind, and all you've done is ranted in a very long e-mail. After a punishing feeling of a little bit of dumbness and stupidity, it's better if you come to your senses and realize on your own that you've "forgotten" to add the main part. Or you might end up with this replying e-mail from whoever it was you sent it to.. "Um.. Where is it?" Has this happened to you before. It happened to me yesterday. I was writing an e-mail to my friend karnav told him about some of my college projects, two of them. I carefully described both, and then sent the e-mail without even attaching the pictures, I realized in the evening, yesterday, and this morning the first thing I did was correct my mistake and send the pictures, before I get that "where is it?" e-mail. I'm sure I'm not the only one this has happened to... So have you ever forgotten to attach the all too important file or photo? When was the last time this happened?
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12 Aug 16
It has never happened to me. I rarely send emails, when I do I get very nervous and check I'm doing the right thing several times and make sure I wrote and attached every single thing. Well, maybe I will attach the wrong file one day, but I don't think I'll completely forget to upload something.
• Paradise, California
12 Aug 16
Oh sure, I think that happens to everybody at one time or another. It's okay at myLot and some places, because you can go back and edit. But it can be embarrassing when you can't get your email back, lol. It could be bad if it was something for work.