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The point of required message when accepting offers

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Wendy C Member Since: Aug 24, 2015
11 of 15

I usually write "And we're off and running" ... but will utilize Jenn's approach going forward.  It makes sense.


My contact info goes in the project workroom at the same time.

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Miriam H Member Since: May 16, 2017
12 of 15

Interesting, I typically write something bland, however I will consider Jennifer's approach as a "safety net" of sorts..

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Kelly B Member Since: Jan 1, 2016
13 of 15

Chalk me up in the "Thank you" column. And then I usually say something specific about the project so they don't feel like they hired a bot.

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Nicola P Member Since: Jun 20, 2015
14 of 15

Thank you, name of the client!

But Jenny's idea is great and I will use it from now on, if it's needed in case of changes.

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Chad R Member Since: Mar 19, 2015
15 of 15

I use "I'm on it." and then a variation of Jenn's method.


I have been through three disputes on UpWork.  I won all three.


I strongly suspect, this helped.